2020 FCIE Virtual Conference

The First Joint Virtual Conference


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WHEN:

October 1-2, 2020

COST:

FREE to all FCIE / FAIE / Study Florida Members

CONFERENCE THEME:

Re-inventing International Education in a Post-COVID World


SCHEDULE AT-A-GLANCE:

Thursday, October 1

1-1:50pm - Welcome and Panel Discussion about Collaboration in Florida

FCIE: Dr. David Moore, Dean of International Education, Broward College

FAIE: Jennifer Frankel, International Director, International Student Insurance

Study Florida: Kelly Poppen, Director of International Student Services,

Miami-Dade College, Wolfson Campus

2-2:50pm    -    Concurrent Session

Campus Internationalization in Collaboration with Latin American Studies Centers

Virtual Engagement Opportunities in Times of Crisis

Braving the New Normal: Using Social Media in International Student Recruitment

Indigenous Identities are not Universal 

3-3:50pm   -     Concurrent Session

How the U.S. Commercial Service Supports U.S. International Education Institutions & Strengthens International Partnerships Through Technology

Minority Squared: Life, Lessons and Experiences as an Afro-Latino American in The People Republic of China

Enrich the Classroom Experience through Virtual Exchange

Integrating Social and Cultural Student Experiences in a Pathway Program

4-4:50pm    -    Concurrent Session

Cross-cultural ideas of a socially successful person as building blocks for e-learning activities

An Innovative Institutional Model for Virtual Study Abroad

From In-Person to Virtual: Transforming International Education Services & Programs During a Lockdown

Friday, October 2

9-9:50am    -     Concurrent Session

Global Supplemental Learning Materials and Virtual Study Abroad

Deficits or Strengths?: The Impact of Ethnicity on Global Learning

Does the online world make you nervous? Decreasing foreign language anxiety among international students during COVID-19 pandemic

You’re Back! Now What? A road warrior’s guide to transitioning after travel season

10-10:50am  -   Concurrent Session

Exploring the Emotional Wellness of International Students During COVID-19

Is That Foreign Institution OK? Accreditation and Recognition Outside the U.S.

Using 360 Virtual Reality in Place of Site Visits

Developing Strategies for Impactful International Short-Term Programs

11-11:50am   -  Concurrent Session

Traveling Smart: Preparing Any Traveler

Valencia Global Distinction: Preparing Global Citizens

Florida-Linkage Institute Roundtable Discussion

12-12:30pm  -  Concluding Remarks

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