AIEA 2019 Annual Conference
What's Next? Possibilities and Probabilities in the Future of International Higher Education
January 20-23, 2019 in San Francisco, California
Register now for the 2019 AIEA Annual Conference:2019 Registration
New! The first 350 registrants will receive a copy of the second edition of the forthcoming publication The Senior International Officer as Change Agent by John Heyl and Fiona Hunter!
Join others who are leading internationalization at higher education institutions for:
Peer-learning with others who are leading international education strategy at higher education institutions
- Inspiring keynotes from Esther Wojcicki, Rafael Bras, and Arun Gandhi focusing on the conference theme:What's Next? Possibilities and Probabilities in the Future of International Higher Education
- Engaging sessions, roundtable discussions, and showcases focusing on strategic-level issues related to comprehensive internationalization
- 9 pre-conference workshops on key topics for leaders including strategic partnerships and design thinking
- An environment for networking with 700-800 senior-level professionals from the U.S. and around the world
You are encouraged to register for this conference by November 15 to benefit from early registration discounts.
Note:Delegations of more than five conference registrants from one country may be eligible for special pricing and visibility -- contact AIEA for more information at email@example.com.
Register now:2019 Registration
Learn more about AIEA:Why AIEA?
Who are AIEA members:Senior International Officers
Wits University collaborated with mySOS – a free emergency app for smartphones.
A dedicated Wits button is available for all Wits staff and students in the app. If you experience any Wits related emergency, just press the button and you will immediately be connected to Campus Control. They will also receive your GPS coordinates so they can respond faster!
mySOS also offers access to appropriate emergency assistance throughout South Africa when
- you don’t know who to call
- you don’t know where you are
- you want to notify your emergency contacts about your emergency and the exact location
- you want your emergency contacts and the emergency services to navigate directly to your location in an emergency
More details can be found on the Wits website: http://www.wits.ac.za/mywits/mysos/.