Friday, February 15, 2019, 1 p.m.-5 p.m. (EST)
Georgia State University
This workshop focuses on Mission, Ethics, and the Code of Ethics for Education Abroad. Participants will discuss the importance of mission and ethics in the field, and will delve deeply into the Code of Ethics by understanding its history and application through a variety of case studies. This qualifies as a Forum Certification Workshop and part of the Foundations of Good Practice in Education Abroad Competency Credential.
This workshop is associated with the Foundations of Good Practice in Education Abroad Competency Credential and Module 2 of the Professional Certification in Education Abroad Program.
Facilitator: Ryan Dye (Miami University)
Registration Deadline: February 1
- Register for this workshop AND the morning workshop, and receive a $50 discount off the total cost! A group discount ($20/person) is offered to four or more paying workshop attendees from the same member institution/organization.
- Registration for morning workshops includes light breakfast and lunch, and for afternoon workshops includes lunch and afternoon refreshments.
- If space allows, late registrations may be accepted and will be charged an additional $75 late fee.
International Center Conference Room
Visitor Parking is available on parking decks: M, K, S, N, G
Public Transportation: Five Points