2019 Summer Institute on International Education, Japan (SIIEJ)
Conference theme: “How can we establish professionalism in international education?”

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Dates: Monday, August 26 – Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Venue: Nanzan University
18 Yamazato-cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya 466-8673 Japan

1. Introduction

In recent years, as work related to university internationalization, the fostering of globally-minded talent, and international student recruitment increases, attention is being drawn to the failure to keep up with the evolution of international admissions, the internationalization of the campus environment and of the curriculum, and analysis of the outcomes of study abroad. Training and development for the faculty and administrative staff tasked with moving this work ahead is also a pressing challenge.
We at RECSIE held a training session last year for the faculty and administrative staff whose work underpins university internationalization. This year’s training, the second such session, will welcome Darla Deardorff, Executive Director of AIEA, as a guest speaker, and bring together participants from throughout Japan and abroad. Over the course of various workshops and sessions, participants will exchange views on the nature of professionals and professionalism in the field of international education. An additional goal of the conference is to build networks of personal contact which span the boundaries between individual universities.

This conference not only offers the opportunity to learn and acquire knowledge and expertise on specific topics, but also promotes collaborative learning through working together on practical tasks.

<OPENING SEMINARS>
Participants will choose to attend one of two seminars on the first day.

<WORKSHOPS: 6 HOURS / TOPIC>
Workshops will be offered on topics such as cross-cultural understanding and international student recruitment. Participants can choose up to two workshops, however we encourage you to take one workshop and to also take part in several of the shorter sessions offered. Workshops A, C, and D will be conducted in Japanese, Workshop B will be conducted in English.
Workshop Abstract

<SESSIONS: 90 OR 180 MINUTES / TOPIC>
90-minute sessions will be held on a wide variety of topics (there is also one 180-minute session). Participants can choose the sessions (either 3 or 4) they wish to attend at the time of registration.
Session Abstract

 

2. Date

Monday, August 26 – Wednesday, August 28, 2019
The first day of the conference (26th August) starts at 1:00 p.m. The second and third days (27th and 28th) start from 9:00 a.m. and last all day. All participants are expected to participate in all three days of the conference as a general rule.

 

3. Program Schedule

Day 1(8/26)with simultaneous translation

TIME Room 49
12:30-13:00 Registration
13:00-13:30 Orientation (including Opening Remarks, Message from MEXT)
13:30-14:15 Research to Practice: Using Research to Further International Education”
Darla DEARDORFF, Executive Director of AIEA/ Duke University
14:15-15:30 Seminar I: COIL workshop
Keiko IKEDA, Vice-Director, Institute for Innovative Global Education, Kansai University
Seminar II: Role of Consortia in International Education Exchange
Shingo ASHIZAWA, Professor, Faculty of Global and Regional Studies, Toyo University
15:30-16:00 Break
16:00-17:30 Panel Discussion ① “Professionalism in International Education”
Darla DEARDORFF, Executive Director of AIEA/ Duke University
-Panelists-
Hiroshi OTA, Professor, Center for General Education, Hitotsubashi University
Toshiyuki SAWATANI, Former Administrative Head of Organization for Worldwide Collaboration, Kwansei Gakuin University
Miki HORIE, Professor, Ritsumeikan University
Angie LEE, Hanyang University
18:00- Reception (Nanzan University Cafeteria)

Day 2 (8/27)

TIME Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
9:00-12:00
(3hours)
Workshop A [Japanese Session]
Designing Curriculum Internationalization and Intercultural Collaborative Learning Through Practice (First half)
Kazuko SUEMATSU
(Professor, Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Tohoku U.)
Keiko KITADE
(Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan U.)
Yukako YONEZAWA
(Associate Professor, Tohoku U.)
Mina MIZUMATSU
(Assistant Professor, Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Tohoku U.)
Details
Workshop B [English Session]
EMI (English as Medium of Instruction) Training for COIL (First half)
Keiko IKEDA (Kansai U.)
Don BYSOUTH (Kansai U.)
Details
Session ① (Japanese)
Internationalization: Why and For Whom? –Revisiting Internationalization with Indicators for Evaluation of Internationalization
Yuki WATABE (Tohoku U.) / Hiroshi OTA (Hitotsubashi U.)
Details
Session ② (English)
Career Readiness and Global Internships:
Developing strong professional and leadership skills

Federico LING (The Washington Center) / Jung Ran LIM (The Washington Center) / Guadalupe CRUZ (Government of the State of Guanajuato in Mexico) 
Details
Session ③ (English)
Ensuring Diversity: Best Practices of Education Abroad Consortia

John LUCAS (ISEP) / Shingo ASHIZAWA (Toyo U.) / Angie LEE (Hanyang U.)
Details
Session ④ (Japanese)
Creating Effective Alliances for Global Universities – Collaboration between Third Party Organizations and Universities
Kiyotaka TAKAHASHI  (Toyo U.)  / Michiyo FUJIMOTO (SAF) / Akemi HIRAIDE (CIEE) / Shuichiro ATSUMI (Achieve Goal)
Details
Session ⑤ (Japanese)
Potential and Challenges of collaborative approaches for the advancement of international residence halls

Jin ABE (Hitotsubashi U.)  / Kiyoko UEMATSU (Yokohama National U.)
Details
Session ⑥ (Japanese)
NU-COIL: Hybrid International Education Model – Online and In-person Communication

Chie FUJIKAKE (Nanzan U.) / Tomoe NISHIO (U. of North Georgia) / Thomas BIERI (Nanzan U.) / Takakazu YAMAGISHI (Nanzan U.)
Details
Session ⑦ (Japanese)
Giving practical advice for taking the TOEFL iBT® and IELTS – University efforts to get students to clear language
requirements-

Kanae MURAYAMA (Ritsumeikan U.) / Yoshihiko TAIRA (Eiken Foundation of Japan)
Details
Session ⑧ (Japanese)
Assessment of Study Abroad Program Outcome Quality Assurance and PDCA of Study Abroad Programs using evaluation tool, BEVI-j –
Hajime NISHITANI (Hiroshima U.) / Craig N. SHEALY (James Madison U.)
Details
Session ⑨ (English)
The Changing Paradigm of International Education Outcomes Assessment

Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Session ⑩ (English)
(180-minute session)
Tools for Developing Intercultural Competence

Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
12:00-12:50

Lunch

12:50-14:00 Panel Discussion ② “Expanding Agreements with Partner Institutions -Past・Present・Future-“
Hajime YAMAMOTO, former member of the Board of Trustees, Dean of the Center for International Education, Professor, Kansai Gaidai University
Koji KOBATA, Professor, Vice Dean of School of Global and Community Studies, University of Fukui (former Director of the Center for International Affairs, Akita International University)
Yuka SAKAMOTO, Specially Appointed Associate Professor, Global Learning Center, Tohoku University
Akinari HOSHINO, Associate Professor/ Study Abroad Adviser, International Education & Exchange Center, Nagoya University
14:00-17:00
(3hours)
Workshop A [Japanese Session]
Designing Curriculum Internationalization and Intercultural Collaborative Learning Through Practice (Second half)
Kazuko SUEMATSU
(Professor, Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Tohoku U.)
Keiko KITADE
(Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan U.)
Yukako YONEZAWA
(Associate Professor, Tohoku U.)
Mina MIZUMATSU
(Assistant Professor, Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Tohoku U.)
Workshop B [English Session]
EMI (English as Medium of Instruction) Training for COIL (Second half)
Keiko IKEDA (Kansai U.)
Don BYSOUTH (Kansai U.)
Session ① (Japanese)
Internationalization: Why and For Whom? –Revisiting Internationalization with Indicators for Evaluation of Internationalization
Yuki WATABE (Tohoku U.) / Hiroshi OTA (Hitotsubashi U.)
Details
Session ② (English)
Career Readiness and Global Internships:
Developing strong professional and leadership skills

Federico LING (The Washington Center) / Jung Ran LIM (The Washington Center) / Guadalupe CRUZ (Government of the State of Guanajuato in Mexico) 
Details
Session ③ (English)
Ensuring Diversity: Best Practices of Education Abroad Consortia

John LUCAS (ISEP) / Shingo ASHIZAWA (Toyo U.) / Angie LEE (Hanyang U.)
Details
Session ④ (Japanese)
Creating Effective Alliances for Global Universities – Collaboration between Third Party Organizations and Universities
Kiyotaka TAKAHASHI  (Toyo U.)  / Michiyo FUJIMOTO (SAF) / Akemi HIRAIDE (CIEE) / Shuichiro ATSUMI (Achieve Goal)
Details
Session ⑤ (Japanese)
Potential and Challenges of collaborative approaches for the advancement of international residence halls

Jin ABE (Hitotsubashi U.)  / Kiyoko UEMATSU (Yokohama National U.)
Details
Session ⑥ (Japanese)
NU-COIL: Hybrid International Education Model – Online and In-person Communication

Chie FUJIKAKE (Nanzan U.) / Tomoe NISHIO (U. of North Georgia) / Thomas BIERI (Nanzan U.) / Takakazu YAMAGISHI (Nanzan U.)
Details
Session ⑦ (Japanese)
Giving practical advice for taking the TOEFL iBT® and IELTS – University efforts to get students to clear language
requirements-

Kanae MURAYAMA (Ritsumeikan U.) / Yoshihiko TAIRA (Eiken Foundation of Japan)
Details
Session ⑧ (Japanese)
Assessment of Study Abroad Program Outcome Quality Assurance and PDCA of Study Abroad Programs using evaluation tool, BEVI-j –
Hajime NISHITANI (Hiroshima U.) / Craig N. SHEALY (James Madison U.)
Details
Session ⑨ (English)
The Changing Paradigm of International Education Outcomes Assessment
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Session ⑩ (English)
(180-minute session)
Tools for Developing Intercultural Competence
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
17:00-18:00 General Discussion
18:30 Networking Event (Optional)

Day 3(8/28)

TIME Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
9:00-12:00
(3hours)
Workshop C  [Japanese Session]
Creating learning environments through intercultural experiences: planning and running study abroad
programs
(First half)
BRIDGE Institute
Miki HORIE (Professor, Ritsumeikan U.)
Akinari HOSHINO Associate (Professor, Nagoya U.)
Eri KABIRA (Education & Research Coordinator, Rikkyo U.)
Details
Workshop D [Japanese Session]
Strategies for International Student Recruitment and Foreign Credential Evaluation (FCE) (First half)
Katsumi SHIRAISHI (Director General, The Asian Students Cultural Association)
Shigetoshi AKAMATSU (Senior Advisor of Admissions, School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda U.)
Yuichi KONDO (Dean of Admissions, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific U.)
Details
Session ① (Japanese)
Internationalization: Why and For Whom? –Revisiting Internationalization with Indicators for Evaluation of Internationalization
Yuki WATABE (Tohoku U.) / Hiroshi OTA (Hitotsubashi U.)
Details
Session ② (English)
Career Readiness and Global Internships:
Developing strong professional and leadership skills

Federico LING (The Washington Center) / Jung Ran LIM (The Washington Center) / Guadalupe CRUZ (Government of the State of Guanajuato in Mexico) 
Details
Session ③ (English)
Ensuring Diversity: Best Practices of Education Abroad Consortia

John LUCAS (ISEP) / Shingo ASHIZAWA (Toyo U.) / Angie LEE (Hanyang U.)
Details
Session ④ (Japanese)
Creating Effective Alliances for Global Universities – Collaboration between Third Party Organizations and Universities
Kiyotaka TAKAHASHI  (Toyo U.)  / Michiyo FUJIMOTO (SAF) / Akemi HIRAIDE (CIEE) / Shuichiro ATSUMI (Achieve Goal)
Details
Session ⑤ (Japanese)
Potential and Challenges of collaborative approaches for the advancement of international residence halls

Jin ABE (Hitotsubashi U.)  / Kiyoko UEMATSU (Yokohama National U.)
Details
Session ⑥ (Japanese)
NU-COIL: Hybrid International Education Model – Online and In-person Communication

Chie FUJIKAKE (Nanzan U.) / Tomoe NISHIO (U. of North Georgia) / Thomas BIERI (Nanzan U.) / Takakazu YAMAGISHI (Nanzan U.)
Details
Session ⑦ (Japanese)
Giving practical advice for taking the TOEFL iBT® and IELTS – University efforts to get students to clear language
requirements-

Kanae MURAYAMA (Ritsumeikan U.) / Yoshihiko TAIRA (Eiken Foundation of Japan)
Details
Session ⑧ (Japanese)
Assessment of Study Abroad Program Outcome Quality Assurance and PDCA of Study Abroad Programs using evaluation tool, BEVI-j –
Hajime NISHITANI (Hiroshima U.) / Craig N. SHEALY (James Madison U.)
Details
Session ⑨ (English)
The Changing Paradigm of International Education Outcomes Assessment
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Session ⑩ (English)
(180-minute session)
Tools for Developing Intercultural Competence
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
12:00-13:00

Lunch

13:00-16:00
(3hours)
Workshop C  [Japanese Session]
Creating learning environments through intercultural experiences: planning and running study abroad
programs
(Second half)
BRIDGE Institute
Miki HORIE (Professor, Ritsumeikan U.)
Akinari HOSHINO Associate (Professor, Nagoya U.)
Eri KABIRA (Education & Research Coordinator, Rikkyo U.)
Workshop D [Japanese Session]
Strategies for International Student Recruitment and Foreign Credential Evaluation (FCE) (Second half)
Katsumi SHIRAISHI (Director General, The Asian Students Cultural Association)
Shigetoshi AKAMATSU (Senior Advisor of Admissions, School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda U.)
Yuichi KONDO (Dean of Admissions, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific U.)
Session ① (Japanese)
Internationalization: Why and For Whom? –Revisiting Internationalization with Indicators for Evaluation of Internationalization
Yuki WATABE (Tohoku U.) / Hiroshi OTA (Hitotsubashi U.)
Details
Session ② (English)
Career Readiness and Global Internships:
Developing strong professional and leadership skills

Federico LING (The Washington Center) / Jung Ran LIM (The Washington Center) / Guadalupe CRUZ (Government of the State of Guanajuato in Mexico) 
Details
Session ③ (English)
Ensuring Diversity: Best Practices of Education Abroad Consortia

John LUCAS (ISEP) / Shingo ASHIZAWA (Toyo U.) / Angie LEE (Hanyang U.)
Details
Session ④ (Japanese)
Creating Effective Alliances for Global Universities – Collaboration between Third Party Organizations and Universities
Kiyotaka TAKAHASHI  (Toyo U.)  / Michiyo FUJIMOTO (SAF) / Akemi HIRAIDE (CIEE) / Shuichiro ATSUMI (Achieve Goal)
Details
Session ⑤ (Japanese)
Potential and Challenges of collaborative approaches for the advancement of international residence halls

Jin ABE (Hitotsubashi U.)  / Kiyoko UEMATSU (Yokohama National U.)
Details
Session ⑥ (Japanese)
NU-COIL: Hybrid International Education Model – Online and In-person Communication

Chie FUJIKAKE (Nanzan U.) / Tomoe NISHIO (U. of North Georgia) / Thomas BIERI (Nanzan U.) / Takakazu YAMAGISHI (Nanzan U.)
Details
Session ⑦ (Japanese)
Giving practical advice for taking the TOEFL iBT® and IELTS – University efforts to get students to clear language
requirements-

Kanae MURAYAMA (Ritsumeikan U.) / Yoshihiko TAIRA (Eiken Foundation of Japan)
Details
Session ⑧ (Japanese)
Assessment of Study Abroad Program Outcome Quality Assurance and PDCA of Study Abroad Programs using evaluation tool, BEVI-j –
Hajime NISHITANI (Hiroshima U.) / Craig N. SHEALY (James Madison U.)
Details
Session ⑨ (English)
The Changing Paradigm of International Education Outcomes Assessment
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Session ⑩ (English)
(180-minute session)
Tools for Developing Intercultural Competence
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
16:00-17:00 Plenary Session & Closing

Day 1(8/26)with simultaneous translation

Room 49

12:30-13:00
Registration
13:00-13:30
Orientation (including Opening Remarks, Message from MEXT)
13:30-14:15
Research to Practice: Using Research to Further International Education”
Darla DEARDORFF, Executive Director of AIEA/ Duke University
14:15-15:30
Seminar I: COIL workshop
Keiko IKEDA, Vice-Director, Institute for Innovative Global Education, Kansai University
Seminar II: Role of Consortia in International Education Exchange
Shingo ASHIZAWA, Professor, Faculty of Global and Regional Studies Toyo University
15:30-16:00
Break time
16:00-17:30
Panel Discussion ① “Professionalism in International Education”
Darla DEARDORFF Executive Director of AIEA/ Duke University
-Panelists-
Hiroshi OTA, Professor, Center for General Education, Hitotsubashi University
Toshiyuki SAWATANI, Former Administrative Head of Organization for Worldwide Collaboration, Kwansei Gakuin University
Miki HORIE, Professor, Ritsumeikan University
Angie LEE, Hanyang University
18:00-
Reception (Nanzan University Cafeteria)

Day 2(8/27)

9:00-12:00 (3hours)
Room1 Workshop [Japanese Session]
Details
Designing Curriculum Internationalization and Intercultural Collaborative Learning Through Practice (First half)
Kazuko SUEMATSU
(Professor, Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Tohoku U.)
Keiko KITADE
(Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan U.)
Yukako YONEZAWA
(Associate Professor, Tohoku U.)
Mina MIZUMATSU
(Assistant Professor, Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Tohoku U.)
Room2 Workshop B  [English Session]
Details
EMI (English as Medium of Instruction) Training for COIL (First half)
Keiko IKEDA
(Kansai U.)
Don BYSOUTH
(Kansai U.)
Room3 Session ① (Japanese)
Internationalization: Why and For Whom? –Revisiting Internationalization with Indicators for Evaluation of Internationalization
Yuki WATABE (Tohoku U.) / Hiroshi OTA (Hitotsubashi U.)
Details
Session ② (English)
Career Readiness and Global Internships:
Developing strong professional and leadership skills

Federico LING (The Washington Center) / Jung Ran LIM (The Washington Center) / Guadalupe CRUZ (Government of the State of Guanajuato in Mexico) 
Details
Session ③ (English)
Ensuring Diversity: Best Practices of Education Abroad Consortia

John LUCAS (ISEP) / Shingo ASHIZAWA (Toyo U.) / Angie LEE (Hanyang U.)
Details
Session ④ (Japanese)
Creating Effective Alliances for Global Universities – Collaboration between Third Party Organizations and Universities
Kiyotaka TAKAHASHI  (Toyo U.)  / Michiyo FUJIMOTO (SAF) / Akemi HIRAIDE (CIEE) / Shuichiro ATSUMI (Achieve Goal)
Details
Session ⑤ (Japanese)
Potential and Challenges of collaborative approaches for the advancement of international residence halls

Jin ABE (Hitotsubashi U.)  / Kiyoko UEMATSU (Yokohama National U.)
Details
Session ⑥ (Japanese)
NU-COIL: Hybrid International Education Model – Online and In-person Communication

Chie FUJIKAKE (Nanzan U.) / Tomoe NISHIO (U. of North Georgia) / Thomas BIERI (Nanzan U.) / Takakazu YAMAGISHI (Nanzan U.)
Details
Session ⑦ (Japanese)
Giving practical advice for taking the TOEFL iBT® and IELTS – University efforts to get students to clear language
requirements-

Kanae MURAYAMA (Ritsumeikan U.) / Yoshihiko TAIRA (Eiken Foundation of Japan)
Details
Session ⑧ (Japanese)
Assessment of Study Abroad Program Outcome Quality Assurance and PDCA of Study Abroad Programs using evaluation tool, BEVI-j –
Hajime NISHITANI (Hiroshima U.) / Craig N. SHEALY (James Madison U.)
Details
Session ⑨ (English)
The Changing Paradigm of International Education Outcomes Assessment
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Session ⑩ (English)
(180-minute session)
Tools for Developing Intercultural Competence
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Room4
12:00-12:50

Lunch

12:50-14:00
Panel Discussion ② “Expanding Agreements with Partner Institutions -Past・Present・Future-“

Hajime YAMAMOTO, former member of the Board of Trustees, Dean of the Center for International Education, Professor, Kansai Gaidai University
Koji KOBATA, Professor, Vice Dean of School of Global and Community Studies, University of Fukui (former Director of the Center for International Affairs, Akita International University)
Yuka SAKAMOTO, Specially Appointed Associate Professor, Global Learning Center, Tohoku University
Akinari HOSHINO, Associate Professor/ Study Abroad Adviser, International Education & Exchange Center, Nagoya University

14:00-17:00 (3hours)
Room1 Workshop [Japanese Session]
Designing Curriculum Internationalization and Intercultural Collaborative Learning Through Practice (Second half)
Kazuko SUEMATSU
(Professor, Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Tohoku U.)
Keiko KITADE
(Professor, College of Letters, Ritsumeikan U.)
Yukako YONEZAWA
(Associate Professor, Tohoku U.)
Mina MIZUMATSU
(Assistant Professor, Institute for Excellence in Higher Education, Tohoku U.)
Room2 Workshop B [English Session]
EMI (English as Medium of Instruction) Training for COIL (Second half)
Keiko IKEDA
(Kansai U.)
Don BYSOUTH
(Kansai U.)
Room3 Session ① (Japanese)
Internationalization: Why and For Whom? –Revisiting Internationalization with Indicators for Evaluation of Internationalization
Yuki WATABE (Tohoku U.) / Hiroshi OTA (Hitotsubashi U.)
Details
Session ② (English)
Career Readiness and Global Internships:
Developing strong professional and leadership skills

Federico LING (The Washington Center) / Jung Ran LIM (The Washington Center) / Guadalupe CRUZ (Government of the State of Guanajuato in Mexico) 
Details
Session ③ (English)
Ensuring Diversity: Best Practices of Education Abroad Consortia

John LUCAS (ISEP) / Shingo ASHIZAWA (Toyo U.) / Angie LEE (Hanyang U.)
Details
Session ④ (Japanese)
Creating Effective Alliances for Global Universities – Collaboration between Third Party Organizations and Universities
Kiyotaka TAKAHASHI  (Toyo U.)  / Michiyo FUJIMOTO (SAF) / Akemi HIRAIDE (CIEE) / Shuichiro ATSUMI (Achieve Goal)
Details
Session ⑤ (Japanese)
Potential and Challenges of collaborative approaches for the advancement of international residence halls

Jin ABE (Hitotsubashi U.)  / Kiyoko UEMATSU (Yokohama National U.)
Details
Session ⑥ (Japanese)
NU-COIL: Hybrid International Education Model – Online and In-person Communication

Chie FUJIKAKE (Nanzan U.) / Tomoe NISHIO (U. of North Georgia) / Thomas BIERI (Nanzan U.) / Takakazu YAMAGISHI (Nanzan U.)
Details
Session ⑦ (Japanese)
Giving practical advice for taking the TOEFL iBT® and IELTS – University efforts to get students to clear language
requirements-

Kanae MURAYAMA (Ritsumeikan U.) / Yoshihiko TAIRA (Eiken Foundation of Japan)
Details
Session ⑧ (Japanese)
Assessment of Study Abroad Program Outcome Quality Assurance and PDCA of Study Abroad Programs using evaluation tool, BEVI-j –
Hajime NISHITANI (Hiroshima U.) / Craig N. SHEALY (James Madison U.)
Details
Session ⑨ (English)
The Changing Paradigm of International Education Outcomes Assessment
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Session ⑩ (English)
(180-minute session)
Tools for Developing Intercultural Competence
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Room4
17:00-18:00
General Discussion
18:30
Networking Event (Optional)

Day 3(8/28)

9:00-12:00 (3hours)
Room1 Workshop C [Japanese Session]
Details
Creating learning environments through intercultural experiences: planning and running study abroad programs (First half)
BRIDGE Institute
Miki HORIE
(Professor, Ritsumeikan U.)
Akinari HOSHINO Associate
(Professor, Nagoya U.)
Eri KABIRA
(Education & Research Coordinator, Rikkyo U.)
Room2 Workshop D [Japanese Session]
Details
Strategies for International Student Recruitment and Foreign Credential Evaluation (FCE) (First half)
Katsumi SHIRAISHI
(Director General, The Asian Students Cultural Association)
Shigetoshi AKAMATSU
(Senior Advisor of Admissions, School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda U.)
Yuichi KONDO
(Dean of Admissions, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific U.)
Room3 Session ① (Japanese)
Internationalization: Why and For Whom? –Revisiting Internationalization with Indicators for Evaluation of Internationalization
Yuki WATABE (Tohoku U.) / Hiroshi OTA (Hitotsubashi U.)
Details
Session ② (English)
Career Readiness and Global Internships:
Developing strong professional and leadership skills

Federico LING (The Washington Center) / Jung Ran LIM (The Washington Center) / Guadalupe CRUZ (Government of the State of Guanajuato in Mexico) 
Details
Session ③ (English)
Ensuring Diversity: Best Practices of Education Abroad Consortia

John LUCAS (ISEP) / Shingo ASHIZAWA (Toyo U.) / Angie LEE (Hanyang U.)
Details
Session ④ (Japanese)
Creating Effective Alliances for Global Universities – Collaboration between Third Party Organizations and Universities
Kiyotaka TAKAHASHI  (Toyo U.)  / Michiyo FUJIMOTO (SAF) / Akemi HIRAIDE (CIEE) / Shuichiro ATSUMI (Achieve Goal)
Details
Session ⑤ (Japanese)
Potential and Challenges of collaborative approaches for the advancement of international residence halls

Jin ABE (Hitotsubashi U.)  / Kiyoko UEMATSU (Yokohama National U.)
Details
Session ⑥ (Japanese)
NU-COIL: Hybrid International Education Model – Online and In-person Communication

Chie FUJIKAKE (Nanzan U.) / Tomoe NISHIO (U. of North Georgia) / Thomas BIERI (Nanzan U.) / Takakazu YAMAGISHI (Nanzan U.)
Details
Session ⑦ (Japanese)
Giving practical advice for taking the TOEFL iBT® and IELTS – University efforts to get students to clear language
requirements-

Kanae MURAYAMA (Ritsumeikan U.) / Yoshihiko TAIRA (Eiken Foundation of Japan)
Details
Session ⑧ (Japanese)
Assessment of Study Abroad Program Outcome Quality Assurance and PDCA of Study Abroad Programs using evaluation tool, BEVI-j –
Hajime NISHITANI (Hiroshima U.) / Craig N. SHEALY (James Madison U.)
Details
Session ⑨ (English)
The Changing Paradigm of International Education Outcomes Assessment
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Session ⑩ (English)
(180-minute session)
Tools for Developing Intercultural Competence
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Room4
12:00-13:00

Lunch

13:00-16:00 (3hours)
Room1 Workshop C [Japanese Session]
Creating learning environments through intercultural experiences: planning and running study abroad programs (Second half)
BRIDGE Institute
Miki HORIE (Professor, Ritsumeikan U.)
Akinari HOSHINO Associate (Professor, Nagoya U.)
Eri KABIRA (Education & Research Coordinator, Rikkyo U.)
Room2 Workshop D [Japanese Session]
Strategies for International Student Recruitment and Foreign Credential Evaluation (FCE) (Second half)
Katsumi SHIRAISHI (Director General, The Asian Students Cultural Association)
Shigetoshi AKAMATSU (Senior Advisor of Admissions, School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda U.)
Yuichi KONDO (Dean of Admissions, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific U.)
Room3 Session ① (Japanese)
Internationalization: Why and For Whom? –Revisiting Internationalization with Indicators for Evaluation of Internationalization
Yuki WATABE (Tohoku U.) / Hiroshi OTA (Hitotsubashi U.)
Details
Session ② (English)
Career Readiness and Global Internships:
Developing strong professional and leadership skills

Federico LING (The Washington Center) / Jung Ran LIM (The Washington Center) / Guadalupe CRUZ (Government of the State of Guanajuato in Mexico) 
Details
Session ③ (English)
Ensuring Diversity: Best Practices of Education Abroad Consortia

John LUCAS (ISEP) / Shingo ASHIZAWA (Toyo U.) / Angie LEE (Hanyang U.)
Details
Session ④ (Japanese)
Creating Effective Alliances for Global Universities – Collaboration between Third Party Organizations and Universities
Kiyotaka TAKAHASHI  (Toyo U.)  / Michiyo FUJIMOTO (SAF) / Akemi HIRAIDE (CIEE) / Shuichiro ATSUMI (Achieve Goal)
Details
Session ⑤ (Japanese)
Potential and Challenges of collaborative approaches for the advancement of international residence halls

Jin ABE (Hitotsubashi U.)  / Kiyoko UEMATSU (Yokohama National U.)
Details
Session ⑥ (Japanese)
NU-COIL: Hybrid International Education Model – Online and In-person Communication

Chie FUJIKAKE (Nanzan U.) / Tomoe NISHIO (U. of North Georgia) / Thomas BIERI (Nanzan U.) / Takakazu YAMAGISHI (Nanzan U.)
Details
Session ⑦ (Japanese)
Giving practical advice for taking the TOEFL iBT® and IELTS – University efforts to get students to clear language
requirements-

Kanae MURAYAMA (Ritsumeikan U.) / Yoshihiko TAIRA (Eiken Foundation of Japan)
Details
Session ⑧ (Japanese)
Assessment of Study Abroad Program Outcome Quality Assurance and PDCA of Study Abroad Programs using evaluation tool, BEVI-j –
Hajime NISHITANI (Hiroshima U.) / Craig N. SHEALY (James Madison U.)
Details
Session ⑨ (English)
The Changing Paradigm of International Education Outcomes Assessment
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Session ⑩ (English)
(180-minute session)
Tools for Developing Intercultural Competence
Darla DEARDORFF (AIEA / Duke U.)
Details
Room4
16:00-17:00
Plenary session & Closing

Notes

  • Individual sessions with the same titles have the same content on both days.
  • Please note in advance that the schedule for individual sessions may change.

 

4. How To apply

1. Capacity :100

2. Fee :Registration Fee 32,000 yen

Student 20,000 yen; those who have full-time occupation are NOT ELIGIBLE.

Those who are from Supporting / Cooperating Institutions / Companies 27,000 yen

Others

  • Entry fee is FREE for those participating only on 26th, August.
  • Lunch fee (500 yen each day for the 27th and 28th) and Reception Fee 4,000 yen (on the night of the 26th) will be charged separately.
  • There is an approximate fee of 4,000 yen to join the optional networking event on the night of 27th August.

 

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5. Registration Period

Monday, June 10th, 2019 – Friday, July 26th, 2019

 

6. Important Notes

  • Please check the program schedule and select one seminar and one workshop theme (from theme A-D, up to two workshops) when registering. Also, please ensure that the sessions of your choice do not overlap (chose from①~⑩ on both days). You can choose up to four individual sessions.
  • Although the institute will run in accordance with the contents described in the program schedule, please be aware that some of the contents may be changed due to unforeseen circumstances.

 

7. Directions to the Venue

Nanzan University (18 Yamazato-cho, Showa-ku, Nagoya 466-8673 Japan)

  • Take the Meijo subway line to Yagoto Nisseki station or Nagoya University Station. It is an 8 minute walk.
  • Take the Tsurumai subway line to Irinaka station. It is a 15 minute walk from Exit 1.

 

Endorsement:

Makio TAKEMURA, President, Toyo University
Atsushi HAMANA, President, Kansai University of International Studies
Bruce STRONACH, Dean, Temple University, Japan Campus
Gregory POOLE, Vice-President, Doshisha University
Makoto WATANABE, Vice-President, Chiba University
Kazuo KURODA, Professor, Waseda University
Yuto KITAMURA, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Education, The University of Tokyo

Executive Committee:

Masahiro HOSHINO, Nanzan University
Miki HORIE, Ritsumeikan University
Tomoyuki SATO, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Msahiro YOKOTA, Meiji University
Misa FUDEUCHI, Ritsumeikan University

Steering Committee Members:

Shingo ASHIZAWA, Toyo University
Hiroshi OTA, Hitotsubashi University
Jin ABE, Hitotsubashi University
Katsumi SHIRAISHI, The Asian Students Cultural Association
Kazuko SUEMATSU, Tohoku University
Yukako YONEZAWA, Tohoku University
Yuichi KONDO, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Keiko IKEDA, Kansai University
Mina MIZUMATSU, Tohoku University
Eri KABIRA, Rikkyo University
Shigetoshi AKAMATSU, Waseda University
Akinari HOSHINO , Nagoya University
Keizo NANRI, Oita University
Shoko NANBA, Osaka Gakuin University
Masataka OSAWA, Nanzan University
Mariko KATO, Nanzan University
Kumi MATSUZAKI, Aichi Prefectural University
Yukiko SHIMMI, Tohoku University
Annette BRADFORD, Meiji University

Organizer:
Research Consortium for the Sustainable Promotion of International Education (RECSIE)

Co-sponsors:
Nanzan University
Toyo University
Kansai University IIGE (Institute for Innovate Global Education)

Supported by:
UMAP International secretariat
JAFSA (Japan Network for International Education)
Japan Association of University Administrative Management
Education Institution Accounting Study Group/ University Management Study Group

With the cooperation of:
Japan Association for International Student Education (JAISE)
BRIDGE Institute
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
“The construction of a development, dissemination, and evaluation cycle for international education programs: towards the substantiation of learning through collaboration between senior high schools and universities” (Grant Number: 17H02688)

Gold Sponsors:
JTB Corp.
ASAHI Net, Inc.
Flywire Japan
Achievegoal Co.,Ltd.

Supporters:
Eiken Foundation of Japan
CIEE Japan
Study Abroad Foundation (SAF)
Ryugaku Secured Trust Co., Ltd.