Forum on Education Abroad Athens 2016

Please find below four presentations by members of the APUAF from the Forum on Education Abroad European Conference in Athens, Greece, in October 2016:

The New Grand Tour? Can Multi-Country Programs Offer a Value-Added Experience for our Students? – Rebecca Bergren (Gettysburg College); Dan Albertson (Gettysburg College); Carl Jubran (IAU College); Rebecca Bergren (Gettysburg College); Dan Albertson (Gettysburg College); Carl Jubran (IAU College)

Preparing US Students for European Teaching Styles – Loren Ringer (Parsons Paris), Magda Bernaus (CIEE Barcelona Study Center), Ray Casserly (CIEE Global Institute London), Lynn Neddo (The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

Universities, Cultures, and Communication: Improving Europe as a study abroad destination by improving inter-institutional cooperation. – Timothy Carlson (IFE- French Field Study and Internship Programs); Anne-Marie Michel, (The Université Catholique de Lille); Thomas Roman (IFE – French Field Study and Internship Programs); Catherine Winnie (Southern Methodist University)

Why “Integration” is the Wrong Word: Solutions for Viable International Educational Collaboration -Julia Carnine (Dickinson en France; Université Fédérale Toulouse, Midi-Pyrénées); Sylvie Toux (Brown University)

Do I Really Have to Speak French? Articulating and Assessing Students’ Personal and Professional Development, Cultural Exchange, and the Importance of Language within the Context of Academic Internships in Europe – Amy Tondu (Middlebury College School in France, Paris); Celine Garelli  (SUNY Oswego Paris); Jon Hutchinson (EUSA Academic Internship Programs, Paris)

Education Abroad in 21st Century Europe: Living Change or Swimming in the Shallow End?  Melody Knutson (University of California Education Abroad Program (UCEAP)); Dorothee Mackowiak (Freie Universität Berlin International Summer and Winter University); Robert Sherratt (Université Jean Moulin Lyon III); Carole Viers-Andronico (University of California, Paris Study Center)

Finally, click below to read Lisa Fleury’s (Vassar Wesleyan Program in Paris) report on the conference: