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Generation Study Abroad IEE Summit 2015
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Participation is exclusively for Generation Study Abroad Commitment Partners from the U.S. and abroad. Each institution/organization is eligible to bring up to 5 representatives to the Summit.

10/1/2015 to 10/2/2015
When: 10/1/2015
Where: Grand Hyatt Hotel
Washington, District of Columbia 
United States

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Generation Study Abroad IEE Summit 2015

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On October 1-2, 2015, the inaugural IIE Summit on Generation Study Abroad will bring commitment partners together in Washington, D.C. to highlight their progress and create positive new solutions.

The Summit will feature high-level plenary debates, action-oriented sessions, think tanks and networking opportunities, as well as an engaging expo hall, to mobilize commitments and inspire new actions.

Summit sessions will revolve around the following themes:

  1. How does study abroad build a globally minded workforce?
  2. How can study abroad be redefined and rebranded for today's global economy?
  3. What is the impact of study abroad?
  4. What innovative solutions are most effective in increasing study abroad participation?

Who Should Attend?

  • Directors of U.S. study abroad offices
  • Deans of international affairs from U.S. and foreign universities
  • University Presidents and senior administrators from U.S. and foreign universities
  • Academic department heads from U.S. and foreign universities
  • Representatives from education associations and study abroad organizations
  • CEOs and senior HR professionals from the private and public sector
  • Representatives of organizations focused on youth empowerment and access to education
  • Government representatives from education, foreign affairs, and trade departments
  • Representatives from Career Services and Diversity Offices

Plenary speakers to date include:

  • Ángel Cabrera, President, George Mason University
  • Peter D. Hancock, President and Chief Executive Officer, AIG
  • Eduardo Padron, President, Miami Dade College
  • Evan Ryan, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State

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