International Education Management Professor Anne Campbell and Thi Nguyen MAIEM ‘20 presented research on climate anxiety and international student mobility at the first International Education Climate Action Summit on May 21.
In their findings, Campbell and Nguyen suggested ways to move beyond eco-paralysis, recognize the connection between social justice and global warming, and advocated for climate action as part of—and following—international education experiences.
The conference had two virtual sessions, one to accommodate Asia and Oceania time zones and one to accommodate the Americas and Europe.
More information about the conference is available online.
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International Education Management alumni Yuki Ueda MAIEM ’17 and David Saide MAIEM ’15 recently completed the 2019 Academy for International Education, an an intensive yearlong training program.
Middlebury Institute students Beth Magyar MAIEM ’20, Kathryn Murata MAIEM ’20, and Thi Nguyen MAIEM ’20 joined International Education Management professor Katherine Punteney to lead a workshop at the NAFSA Region 12 Conference in Pasadena, CA in November 2019.
International Education Management faculty members Daniel Chatham, Chris McShane, Katherine Punteney, and David Wick, joined by current student Alexandra Ramos Lopez MAIEM ’20, presented Research Updates 2019 at the NAFSA Region 12 Annual Conference.