*As of March 26
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The Forum’s 13th Annual Conference focuses on the student’s education abroad experience.
Ideally, the education abroad experience is a continuum that begins long before the student arrives in the host country and carries on after their return, integrating the academic and experiential, supported by fair policies and ethical programming. While this ideal of a continuum may not be the reality for all students, education abroad can take practical steps toward achieving it.
- How can students make connections between their experience abroad and their lives at home—before, during, and after their time abroad?
- How can we facilitate the integration of the education abroad experience into students’ personal development, academic curriculum, and future career?
- What can we do to ensure that we alongside our students build reciprocal relationships with the host community that are respectful, sustainable, and mutually beneficial?
- What strategies can we use to identify and address existing gaps in the continuum, which may occur before, during, or after the education abroad experience?
The Forum’s 13th Annual Conference seeks to address these and other questions unique to education abroad.
Brigham Young University
Lewis & Clark College
Montana State University
South India Term Abroad
University of Utah
University of Washington
Washington State University
Sue Jackson, Whitworth University (Chair)
Lee Sternberger, James Madison University (Past Chair)
Michelle Durán-Ruiz, Spanish Studies Abroad
Jim Forkin, University of California, Davis
Anne Haberkern, Portland Community College
Jennifer Hamlow, Portland State University
Barbara Hoffman, Whitman College
Grace Johnson, The Ohio State University
Jonathan Kaplan, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Chris Lawrance, University of Sydney
Gina Lopardo, Seattle University
Peter Moran, University of Washington
Alex Neff, Accès Study Abroad
Lisa Sapolis, Colgate University
Jewell Winn, Tennessee State University