AACRAO International Education Research: The Next Generation

FREE (LIVE) webinar: Wednesday, September 27, 2-3PM ET

AACRAO International Education Research: The Next Generation

This webinar introduces the new Gloria R. Nathanson Fund for Research in International Education. AACRAO’s legacy and leadership in international education research goes back to the 1950’s. Since then hundreds of AACRAO colleagues have brought the educational systems of countries around the world to life, with information and placement recommendations used by admissions and registrar offices. Now it’s your turn to become a part of this heritage! The next generation begins with the call for project proposals that goes out on October 1. The fund honors a retired AACRAO leader who dedicated her career to service in international education, Gloria R. Nathanson of UCLA. Join the webinar to familiarize yourself with this new opportunity and get guidance and tips for submitting your proposal. 

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Presenter: Ann M. Koenig, Associate Director, AACRAO International

Ann M. Koenig has been an associate director with AACRAO since 2002. Her career path in international education includes foreign credential evaluation in professional evaluation services, campus-based work in international admissions, student records management, academic advising and transfer credit evaluation, at institutions in Wisconsin, California and Germany. Ann’s research on the educational systems of several countries, along with her writing on best practice in international admissions, document review and fraud awareness, have been published by AACRAO and NAFSA. She has been active as a leader and trainer/presenter in professional development activities sponsored by AACRAO, NAFSA, NAGAP, EAIE, and other organizations in the U.S. and Europe. 

 

Moderator: Julia Funaki, Associate Director, AACRAO International

Julia Funaki joined AACRAO in 1996, after working in international admissions and education services at American University, Ohio Wesleyan University and the University of Maryland at College Park.  She has been involved with NAFSA, AACRAO, TAICEP and other organizations, as author, presenter, committee member and chair. Julia serves on the faculty for the AACRAO Summer and Winter Institute.