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CAIE comes to US for the first time; calls for proposals

What are the challenges the American international education sector is facing post-pandemic? How is it placed to urgently address climate change and the implication of the continent’s migratory flows? And how can the region promote international research and academic collaborations and develop global talent?

CAIE has been hosted twice in Canada and five times in South America, and the 2023 event will be the first time it is coming to the US. Photo: pexels

Interested higher education institutions are being urged to submit proposal

These will be the key themes at this year’s Conference of the Americas on International Education, to be held in the US for the first time ever – in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The continental forum is appealing to the international education sector for proposals for its parallel speaking sessions and poster opportunities. The call for proposals closes June 18.

“We hope to receive proposals that can present multi-actors from various institutions and/or various countries together,” David Julien, executive director of OUI-IOHE Inter-American Organization for Higher Education, explained.

“For those who are less familiar with CAIE, it is similar to EAIE for Europe or APAIE for the Americas, being a one-stop-shop conference to engage with delegations from North, Central and South America.”

Running from November 6-8, CAIE will bring together higher education institutions, international education practitioners, scholars and academics, government representatives and civil society.

Interested higher education institutions are being urged to submit proposals for either parallel sessions to speak at CAIE-2023 or posters to be published in the exhibition area, Julien detailed.

Four sub-themes will cover national, international, and transnational collaboration in research, innovation, and knowledge transfer projects; teaching and learning beyond the classroom; innovation in internationalisation; and progressive strategies to address the UN Sustainable Development ambitions.

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