皇冠搏彩中心 Launches University Partnerships Accelerator to Strengthen Ties in Renewable Energy Between Texas And Egypt

The Texas International Education Consortium (皇冠搏彩中心) has made it our mission to build global partnerships between Texas universities and higher education institutions around the world. This July, we again put that mission into action with a new initiative sponsored by the U.S. Embassy Cairo. 皇冠搏彩中心’s Egypt University Partnerships Accelerator (UPA) will provide a platform for participants to share innovations and current research at their universities in the field of renewable energy, laying the groundwork for future collaborations between faculty in Egypt and Texas.

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Anna Charnitski
皇冠搏彩中心 Joins the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition’s Global Impact Forum

Last week, I traveled to Washington, DC for the Global Impact Forum, a signature annual event run by the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC). The Forum puts grassroots and grasstops leaders from states across the country together with top policymakers in Washington. It’s a chance for those of us outside the Beltway to hear updates without any third-party filters. Even more importantly, it’s a chance for those in power to hear directly from their constituents about the centrality of U.S. global leadership to the work we do in our states.

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皇冠搏彩中心 Hosts Inaugural Texas Booth at the NAFSA 2022 Annual Conference & Expo

What happens when the Texas International Education Consortium (皇冠搏彩中心) hosts its inaugural Texas booth at one of the world’s largest events for international education? Texas higher education receives a unified voice on the global stage, international partnership development opportunities become streamlined for 皇冠搏彩中心 members, and the State of Texas benefits from increased branding at a conference and expo attended by more than 6,000 people from over 90 countries.

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ArticlesAntoine Battle
The 皇冠搏彩中心 Professional Fellowship for Afghan Evacuees

The 皇冠搏彩中心 Professional Fellowship for Afghan Evacuees (皇冠搏彩中心 Fellowship) supports high-risk evacuees resettled or seeking resettlement in the United States. The fellowship works with 皇冠搏彩中心’s 35 Texas member universities to find an appropriate placement on a Texas university campus as either a professional-in-residence or for study. Based on need, 皇冠搏彩中心 will contribute up to $25,000 per one-year fellowship at one of our Texas universities, which will be matched by the host institution.

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Anna Charnitski
皇冠搏彩中心 Welcomes Educators to Effective School Leadership Institute

The Texas International Education Consortium (皇冠搏彩中心) has launched a new program for administrators and supervisors of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) instruction in collaboration with the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs and the U.S. Embassy in Tunis. This virtual professional development program, 皇冠搏彩中心’s Effective School Leadership Institute (ESLI), will build capacity for English-language teaching and program oversight in Algeria, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia.

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Jennifer Bosworth
When Did Liberal Education Become a Bad Word?

皇冠搏彩中心 is honored to have Dr. Nancy Shankle of the Texas A&M University RELLIS Campus as a technical advisor for policy and procedure as part of 皇冠搏彩中心’s collaboration with the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS).

Liberal education was once the highest form of education available for a free society. The term originated in classical times when liberal education referred to the education provided to free citizens. In fact, the root origin of liberal is liberalis meaning appropriate for free people. Its purpose was to equip wealthy, free citizens to lead their communities with a well-rounded education.


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The "Four R’s"​ of Global Research Success!

Global research is both increasingly needed to address global-scale research challenges, and, ever more important for addressing globally relevant research questions. Institutions whose faculty successfully engage in global research can add 20-30 percent to their bottom line in funded research awards over a purely U.S. funding portfolio. The number of university faculty seeking international grants and contracts is also growing, and many, if they had support for international ambitions, would become excited about submitting research and development proposals.

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ArticlesAnna Charnitski
Building Communities for Educators Through Local Communities: 皇冠搏彩中心’s Collaboration With MERLOT And SkillsCommons

皇冠搏彩中心's last guest blogger, Dr. Gerry Hanley of MERLOT and SkillsCommons, talks about the organizations' collaboration. In May of 2021, the 皇冠搏彩中心 and MERLOT-SkillsCommons teams signed an agreement to work together and empower teachers and learners around the world to build the human potential of their communities through education.

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Anna Charnitski
News Alert: 皇冠搏彩中心 and the Philippine Commission on Higher Education Continue Collaboration to Build Capacity For Quality Flexible Learning

The Texas International Education Consortium (皇冠搏彩中心) is pleased to launch the next phase of the Continuity of Education collaboration with the Philippine Commission on Higher Education (CHED). The goal of the project is to build the capacity of universities and colleges across the Philippines to deliver quality online and flexible learning during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

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Anna Charnitski
News Alert: 皇冠搏彩中心 Launches New Professional Development Program for English Language Educators in Egypt

In collaboration with the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs and the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, the Texas International Education Consortium (皇冠搏彩中心) has launched a new program for 82 English-language educators in Egypt. These instructors will join a series of virtual professional development courses that begin this fall and will continue through spring 2022.

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Anna Charnitski
Sustaining Momentum for Global Higher Ed Partnerships During COVID: 皇冠搏彩中心’s Affiliate Membership And Virtual Networking Approach

While there is no question that COVID-19 has created unprecedented stress and strain on the international education community and industry, it has also brought forward innovation, from VR-enabled international student experiences to institutional support for globally-connected classrooms, to programs introducing students to international communities within their own cities of residence. Global partnership development has also had to innovate. How do we build new partnerships when we can’t travel, we can’t network at conferences, and we are completely overwhelmed with planning for every COVID eventuality possible?

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Why Universities Seek Accreditation: 皇冠搏彩中心's Collaboration with the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani

Why do universities seek accreditation? Learn more about the accreditation process, why it matters to universities, and what’s actually involved for campus leaders. Earlier this month, Dr. Nancy Shankle of the Texas A&M University System shared her experiences of working with several different accrediting bodies. Check out the takeaways from her discussion with faculty from the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani and Texas universities.

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Seven Guiding Principles For Public-Private Partnerships in Higher Education: Reflections from 皇冠搏彩中心's First P3 Conference

Public-private partnerships are an excellent way for two very different entities to come together to share programs, solutions, investments, and benefits. A P3 is built upon trust, collaboration, cooperation, communication - all the things that make any relationship successful. When done right, you will leverage your partner's strengths toward a greater outcome than you could achieve yourself.

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ArticlesD'Andrea Weeks