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  • Presentations now available from 2017 conferences

    During November and December 2017 Pamela co-presented at three events, the CBIE conference in Halifax; the AIRC conference in Fort Lauderdale; and the ICEF event in Miami.  There were great co-presenters to whom significant thanks are due:  Craig Riggs from ICEF Monitor and Andrew Ness from Humber College in Halifax; Lindsay Addington from NACAC and George Kacenga, University of Colorado Denver in Fort Lauderdale; while the ICEF Miami event was a solo effort.  The themes, of disruption and how to present our best response in these challenging times for international education, seemed to pick up on issues that intensified all year.  My fellow presenters and I talked about the need to understand our markets; how to identify and act on emerging issues; and how to attend to those things that make a difference when we all have too much to do and aren't sure where to start.  As 2018 begins, we're thinking about how we can best shape our field.  Contact me for more information on the topics covered, or to offer feedback on the sessions.

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