Global Insights Workshop - Engaging All Students in Internationalisation

This lunchtime seminar, led by Emerita Prof Elspeth Jones, one of the world's leading experts in international higher education and campus internationalisation, will focus on the student perspective in relation to internationalisation and how to engage students to be more globally-minded in their studies and beyond. Open to all academic & support staff, the seminar will provide guidance on how to enhance dialogue between students in the classroom and on campus, and how to promote international and intercultural experiences for all students within and beyond the curriculum. 
UCD aspires to bring the best of the world to Ireland and the best of Ireland, including its distinct cultures, to the world. In hosting Emerita Prof Elspeth Jones, we are certainly doing the former, and with her guidance we look forward to helping you to be in a better position to do the latter.
The seminar takes place on Thursday April 4th at 13:00hrs. Book your place here.
Pre-reading: Elspeth Jones & Tanja Reiffenrath (2018) Internationalisation at Home in Practice. EAIE blog 21st August 2018.
Elspeth Jones is Emerita Professor of the Internationalisation of Higher Education, Leeds Beckett University UK, and Honorary Visiting Fellow and member of the Scientific Committee at the Centre for Higher Education Internationalisation (CHEI), Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan. She is former Chair of the EAIE’s Expert Community on Internationalisation at Home and Visiting Professor at several European universities. With over 35 years in international education, her specialisms include personal, professional and employability outcomes from international mobility, strategic leadership, internationalisation of the curriculum at home and abroad, global citizenship and intercultural competence development. She has published widely and is series editor for Internationalization in Higher Education (Routledge), as well as serving on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Studies in International Education.  She was 2014 winner of the EAIE Award for Excellence in Research.  

Douglas Proctor is Director, UCD Global, where he has management responsibility for the international office and provides leadership to the broader university community on internationalisation, global engagement and international partnerships. A scholar-practitioner in international higher education, Douglas' doctoral research investigated the ways in which internationalisation has influenced the international dimensions of academic work in Australia. Douglas is Chair of the EAIE Publications Committee and is editor of an upcoming EAIE Forum magazine on the topic of the evolving classroom. He has authored papers and reports in relation to his doctoral research, as well as on the global landscape of international education research. With Laura Rumbley from Boston College's Center for International Higher Education, he is co-editor of a Routledge book entitled “The Future Agenda for Internationalization in Higher Education” which offers new perspectives from a younger generation of scholars and practitioners on the future of internationalization in higher education.