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2020 International Faculty Development Webinar & Career Management B (7028)※



 The year, 2020 has been unprecedented for humankind: the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the way we live tremendously in such an unexpected way that no one even knows what the aftermath will look like. The fact is that we are still in the midst of this challenge that humankind faces.
 In this webinar, we will examine how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected us from an educational point of view: this webinar will focus on the impacts that COVID-19 have brought to the field of global education and consider how "New Normal" in global education will look like in the post-COVID-19 educational world. Its speaker will give a 60-minute presentation followed by a 30-minute Q and A session to discuss innovative ways of approaching global education and research.
※Course credit will be given for Career Management B (7028) when attended.

Date and Time 9:20-10:50, Tuesday, October 6th, 2020
Venue Zoom will be used for this webinar
You can come to L11 lecture hall (Bioscience bld.) to participate if you have any technical issues or difficulties.
Guest speaker Dr. Anneli Adams, International and Access Programs, Division of Continuing and Professional Education, University of California, Davis
Anneli Adams, Ph.D., serves as associate dean for International Education and leads the division's International and Access Programs, including a portfolio of academic programs for international students, scholars and professionals, the UC Davis Pre-College Program, and the university's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute program. Adams holds a Ph.D. in higher education leadership and has taught sociology full-time at the undergraduate level and educational leadership in the doctoral program at Cal Poly Pomona. Prior to her work at UC Davis, she led international programs at Cal Poly Pomona, California State University, San Bernardino, and the College of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas. Before her career in higher education, Adams served the Department of State at the U.S. Embassy in Helsinki, Finland for 20 years.
Open to NAIST Faculty and staff, Ph.D students seeking careers in academia,
Master students considering pursuing a Ph.D
※Course credit will be given for Career Management B (7028) when attended.
Language English
Enquiry Division for Global Education