AIEC 2018 – Sydney

Dates: 9-12 October 2018
Location: Sydney, Australia
Venue: ICC Sydney
Theme: Empowering a new generation

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TUESDAY, 9 OCTOBER 2018 Download
RESEARCH ROUNDTABLE, 9 AM  
IEAA Research Roundtable – Global impact, local outcomes [1249]
Assoc. Prof. Ly Tran, Associate Professor, School of Education and Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Deakin University, Australia
Dr Davina Potts, Associate Director Global Leadership and Employability, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Dr Douglas Proctor, Director of International Affairs, University College Dublin, Ireland
Dr Stephen Clibborn, Lecturer, The University of Sydney, Australia
Dr Kirrilee Hughes, CEO and Partner Director, AFS Intercultural Programs Australia, Australia
Prof. Ian Solomonides, Vice President, Learning and Teaching, Victoria University, Australia
Prof. Chris Ziguras, President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Prof. John Hudzik, Professor, Michigan State University, United States
Francisco Marmolejo, Lead, Global Solutions Group on Tertiary Education, Lead Education Specialist for India, The World Bank Group, India
Brett Berquist, Director International, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Simon Morris-Lange, Deputy Head of Research, Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration (SVR), Germany
Melissa Banks, Vice President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Rebecca Hall, Senior Industry Specialist, International Education, Austrade, Australia
Angelina Tang, PhD Student, Institute for Social Science Research, University of Queensland,
 
MASTERCLASSES, 9 AM
M.1. The art of storytelling: producing great online video, in-house [1240]
Mariona Guiu, Video Producer, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Tim Field, Head of International Student Recruitment (Asia) and International Sponsorships, The University of Sydney, Australia
Lara McKinley, Freelance digital storyteller, Australia
 
M.2. Mindful leadership in international education [1239]
Omar de Silva, Co-founder and Executive Director, The Plato Project, Australia
Helen Zimmerman, International education specialist, Australia
 
WORKSHOPS, 9 AM
W.1. Conversion: Understand it. Improve it. Get on with it. [1226]
Elizabeth Graham, Head of Recruitment, The University of Sydney, Australia
Mark Pettitt, Founder, Edified Education, Australia
Shehan Thampapillai, Deputy Director – International, Business Intelligence and Communications, CQUniversity Australia, Australia
Sharyn Maskell, Managing Director, SM Consulting Group, Australia
 
W.2. All abroad: training your trip leaders [1224]
Christopher Daniel, Director, International Health and Safety, International Studies and Programs, Michigan State University, United States
Dr Gary Rhodes, Associate Dean, International Education, College of Extended and International Education, California State University, United States
Steven McDonald, Manager, Short Term Mobility, Western Sydney University, Australia
 
W.3. Managing risk, enhancing welfare: the world of under 18s [1229]
Danielle Hartridge, Director, International Education Knowledgebase, Australia
Desma Smith, Associate Director, International Student Life, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
 
WORKSHOPS, 1 PM
W.4. Scholarships: in times of peace, in times of conflict [1228]
Carissa Perkins, Student Liaison Officer (Equity), Charles Sturt University, Australia
Dr Sally Baker, Lecturer of Social Research and Policy, School of Social Sciences, UNSW, Australia
Dorothy Hoddinott AO, Principal (Ret.) 1995-2018, 2014 Australian Human Rights Medallist, Holroyd High School, Australia
Anna Kent, PhD student, Deakin University, Australia
Ailsa Lamont, Director, Pomegranate Global, Australia
 
W.5. The future of (online) transnational education [1227]
Richard Garrett, Director, The Observatory on Borderless Higher Education, United Kingdom
Prof. Beverley Oliver, Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education, Deakin University, Australia
 
W.6. The power of PRISMS [1222]
Ben Houston, Director Systems and Compliance (ESOS), Australian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia
Geza Karacsony, Executive Governance Officer, Western Sydney University, Australia
Warwick Miles, Assistant Director, Regulation, Recognition and Tuition Protection | Quality Frameworks, International Group, Australian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia
Ingrid Elliston, Director – UNE International, University of New England, Australia
Anurag Kanwar, Director, Oxcom International, Australia
 
WEDNESDAY, 10 OCTOBER 2018
1.1. PLENARY, 8.45 AM
Opening Ceremony G
Andrew Barkla, CEO and Managing Director, IDP Education, Australia
Prof. Chris Ziguras, President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Jonathan O'Dea MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the NSW Premier and Treasurer, Australia
 
IEAA Excellence Awards
Keynote: The Hon. Dan Tehan, Minister for Education, Australia G
Keynote: Engaging with Gen Z
Claire Madden, Social researcher and Gen Z expert, Australia P G
 
1.2. CONCURRENT SESSIONS, 11 AM
International education 101: a session for newcomers to international education [1207] P G G G
Steve Nerlich, Director, International Research and Analysis Unit, Australian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia
Melissa Banks, Vice President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Bronte Neyland, Director, Victoria University International, Victoria University, Australia
 
Pathways to success
A supported journey: strategies for engaging and empowering international students and facilitating effective articulation pathways [1161] P
Maxine Courtier, Dean, Higher Education Support Unit, Holmesglen Institute, Australia
Rhonda Edwards, Deputy Director International Education, Holmesglen Institute, Australia
Empowering international students through drama and the arts [1160]
Kirsty Budding, Transition Coordinator – Foundation Studies, ANU College – Study Group Australia, Australia
Calibrating assessment across Australian English language centres [1257]
Dr Sara Booth, Academic Lead, Peer Review Portal, Australia P
 
Q&A with Claire Madden [1238]
Claire Madden, Social researcher and Gen Z expert, Australia
 
Alumni relations: uncovering international application across recruitment, brand management and industry engagement [1210] P
Dr Gretchen Dobson, President, Global Alumni Relations and Managing Director, Australia, Academic Assembly, Inc., Australia
Dr Mitch Leventhal, Chairman and Founder, Academic Assembly, Inc., United States
Trevor Goddard, Non-Executive Director and Treasurer, International Education Association of Australia (IEAA), Australia
 
IEAA Network Conversation – Transnational education (TNE) [1244]
Richard Garrett, Director, The Observatory on Borderless Higher Education, United Kingdom
Dr Fion (Choon Boey) Lim, Educational Quality Coordinator (TNE and External Delivery), Victoria University, Australia
Dr Christine Bilsland, Lecturer, Professional and Community Engagement, Macquarie University, Australia
Joel Backwell, Executive Director, Australian Government - Department of Education and Training, Australia
Caryn Nery, Convenor, TNE Network, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Marisa Furno, Associate Director, International Partnerships, Western Sydney University, Australia
 
Working together to manage systemic risks and opportunities for Australian international education – a helicopter view [1128]
Dr John Wellard, Policy Director, International, Universities Australia, Australia
Jonathan Chew, Director, Nous Group and Senior Associate, The 5Rs Partnership, Australia
Kadi Taylor, Head, Strategic Engagement and Government Relations, Navitas, Australia
Shannon Willoughby, CEO, Study Gold Coast, Australia
Greta Doherty, Branch Manager, Partnerships Branch, Department of Education and Training, Australia
 
International education as a pillar for sustainable development: a global dialogue [1204]
Prof. Chris Ziguras, President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Prof. Sarah Todd, Vice President (Global), Griffith University, Australia
Francisco Marmolejo, Lead, Global Solutions Group on Tertiary Education, Lead Education Specialist for India, The World Bank Group, India
Sabine Pendl, President, European Association for International Education, Netherlands
 
12.45 PM
IEAA Network Conversation - Young Professionals [1248] P
Katie Hanna, Senior Advisor - Advocacy & Engagement, StudyNSW, Australia
Anton Crace, Reporter – Australasia, The PIE News, United Kingdom
Emily O'Callaghan, General Manager, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Katrina Reid, Head - Partnerships & Trade, Study Gold Coast, Australia
Yara Vasina, International Projects Coordinator, UNSW Sydney, Australia
 
1.3. CONCURRENT SESSIONS, 1.45 PM
International students: what do they really worry about and how can we help? [1203]
Clare Gossage, Marketing/Operations Director and Co-Founder, The PIE News, United Kingdom P
 
Insights from teaching and learning initiatives
Empowering a new generation of Australians through the New Colombo Plan: curriculum-specific learning through learning abroad in the Indo-Pacific [1158]
Assoc. Prof. Ly Tran, Associate Professor, School of Education and Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Deakin University, Australia P
Facilitating students’ professional readiness through short term international programs [1076]
Assoc. Prof. Susan Oguro, Director, Internationalisation, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Dr Beate Mueller, Lecturer, International Studies, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Evaluating team-based learning approaches in a Singapore Bachelor of Nursing Transnational Education program [1165] P
Assoc. Prof. Rob Burton, International Program Director, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Griffith University, Australia  
Assoc. Prof. Thea van de Mortel, Deputy Head (Learning and Teaching), Griffith University, Australia
 
Employability: future trends and current initiatives in international education
Future skills 2030: is international education ready to support trending 2030 skills? [1156]
Dr Pip Wright, Director, Efficacy and Research, Pearson, Australia P
Real employment outcomes for thousands of international students: unpacking 'secrets to success' with research [1254] P
Hannah Drover, Executive General Manager, Readygrad, Australia
Stacey Farraway, Director International, Charles Darwin University, Australia
Government, university and internship provider: when three is not a crowd [1154] P
Catherine Stephens, Manager Career Development and Employability Services, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Anna Dekker, Student Scholarships Adviser, Student Marketing Team, Education New Zealand, New Zealand
Dr Kate Moore, Executive Director, Academic Internship Council, United States  
 
Update on the National Council for International Education and the future of Future Unlimited
National Council for International Education Report Card [1216]
Hon. Phil Honeywood, CEO, International Education Association of Australia, Australia P
Prof. Kent Anderson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Community and Engagement), The University of Western Australia, Australia P
David Riordan, Director, City Operations, City of Sydney, Australia P
Karen Sandercock, Group Manager, International, Australian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia P
What does the future look like after Future Unlimited? [1220] P
Fiona de Jong, Head of Australia's Nation Brand, Austrade, Australia
Rebecca Hall, Senior Industry Specialist, International Education, Austrade, Australia
 
IEAA Network Conversation – Pathways [1243]
Dr Cintia Agosti, Program Manager, Macquarie University International College, Australia P
Heidi Reid, Principal, Times Academy, Australia
Ruby Biscuit, Director, Macquarie University International College, Australia
Denise Bush, Dean, Pathways School, Trinity College, The University of Melbourne, Australia
 
Transnational education: new opportunities, regulations and curriculum mobility
Mobility without leaving home – Online higher education opportunities in India. It seemed like a good idea at the time! [1193] P
Dr Karen Barker, Executive Manager and Senior Adviser Engagement, Australia India Institute, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Brigid Freeman, Researcher, Australia India Institute, The University of Melbourne, Australia  
Diversity, excellence and regulation 2018: a TEQSA perspective [1163]
Emily Goode, Executive Assistant to the Chief Executive and Commissioners, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, Australia
Greg Simmons, Manager, Policy and Analysis, Tertairy Education Quality and Standards Agency, Australia
Felicity Gianatti, International and Industry Professional Bodies Manager, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, Australia P
Baraka Nahdi, Case Manager Support, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, Australia
Ensuring relevance in a transnational setting: taking the Queensland curriculum offshore [1182] P
Dr Jacinta Maxwell, Senior Lecturer - Education, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Jacinta Webb, Director Business Improvement, Queensland Department of Education International, Australia  
 
Towards a deeper engagement with China [1209]
Assoc. Prof. James Leibold, Associate Professor in Chinese Politics and Asian Studies, La Trobe University, Australia
John Ross, Asia-Pacific Editor, Times Higher Education, Australia
Richard McGregor, Senior Fellow, Lowy Institute, Australia
Linda Jakobson, CEO and Founding Director, China Matters, Australia
Innovations in mobility and learning abroad PO
Creating international internship opportunities that meet student demand and university goals [1150]
Christopher McKenzie, Director, Partnership and Program Development, The Academic Internship Council, United States
Developing cultural competence: Indigenous Australian culture as a framework for student preparation and development [1140]
Cara Bonnington, Mobility Manager, The University of Sydney, Australia
Amy McHugh-Cole, Associate Lecturer, National Centre for Cultural Competence, The University of Sydney, Australia
 
Innovations in mobility and learning abroad PO
Importing Gen Z: a new wave of challenges and opportunities for study abroad [1050]
Jessica Davis, Study Abroad Coordinator, The University of Sydney, Australia
Maximising outcomes of short-term mobility: the connection between student background and program and evaluation design [1113]
Aliya Sorgen, International Partnerships Manager, City, University of London, United Kingdom
Mobility (VET): from Dubbo to Wuxi and in-between [1097]
Jacqueline Anderson, International Project Officer, TAFE NSW, Australia
Amber Mastrangeli, International Projects Officer, TAFE NSW, Australia
The power of delegations: travelling for impact [1078]
Leonie Patrick, Director, Sydney Global Mobility, The University of Sydney, Australia
 
1.4. CONCURRENT SESSIONS, 3.45 PM
Redefining the role of women in leadership for the next generation [1134] P G G
Dr Davina Potts, Associate Director Global Leadership and Employability, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Dr Martha Johnson, Assistant Dean, Learning Abroad, University of Minnesota, United States
Dr Kirrilee Hughes, CEO and Partner Director, AFS Intercultural Programs Australia, Australia
Kirk Doyle, Associate Director, International Relations and Partnerships, Australian Catholic University, Australia
Dawn Hewitt, Senior Adviser Australia and New Zealand, ISEP, Australia
Kadi Taylor, Head, Strategic Engagement and Government Relations, Navitas, Australia
 
Initiatives supporting international students in NSW and QLD
Maximising the safety and wellbeing of international students [1124]
Roger Best, Inspector, NSW Police Force, Australia P
Engage, evolve, empower – pathway to better engagement with international students and crime prevention [1217]
Rima Elhage, Multicultural Community Liaison Officer, Wollongong Police District, NSW Police Force, Australia
Embracing diversity and the GC2018: how the Gold Coast empowered students during the Commonwealth Games [1177]
Shannon Willoughby, CEO, Study Gold Coast, Australia P
 
Employability skills and the responsibility for developing them [1147]
Hon. Phil Honeywood, CEO, International Education Association of Australia, Australia P
Prof. Jillian Blackmore, Alfred Deakin Professor, Deakin University, Australia P
Bijay Sapkota, Council of International Students Australia, Australia P
Kadi Taylor, Head, Strategic Engagement and Government Relations, Navitas, Australia
 
In focus Africa: the world’s fastest-growing continent [1188]
Mahul Shah, Director, Australian Education Consultants, Kenya
Vincent Konadu Tawaih, PhD candidate, Griffith University, Australia P
Matt Monkhouse, Director, Global Engagement and Business Development, Macquarie International, Australia P
Fiona Pakoa, Team Leader, Australia Awards - Africa, South Africa
Gita Kamath, Assistant Secretary, Africa Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia
Christina Brockman, Director International Student Recruitment, TAFE Western Australia and Government Schools, Australia P
 
IEAA Network Conversation - Learning Abroad [1242]
Simon Davies Burrows, Manager, Internationalisation, Edith Cowan University, Australia
Linda Rust, Manager, Global Experiences, RMIT University, Australia
Cara Bonnington, Mobility Manager, The University of Sydney, Australia
 
Digital models for international education have arrived – Are you ready? [1233] P
Peter Mackey, Director, International Trade, NSW Department of Industry, NSW Trade & Investment, Australia
Mike Michalec, Managing Director, EdTech Asia, Hong Kong SAR
Adam Brimo, Co-Founder and CEO, OpenLearning.com, Australia
Maria Spies, Co-Founder and Managing Director, HolonIQ, Australia
 
New strategies and opportunities in marketing and recruitment
Marketing while you sleep: automating your lead capture and email marketing [1036]
Julian Rosser, International Marketing Executive, Massey University, New Zealand P
Scholarships for international students – What is the right approach? [1092] P
Keri Ramirez, Managing Director, Studymove, Australia
Joanna Storti, Head of Partnerships, University of New South Wales, Australia
Ready, set, develop! The influence of international education on Nepal's development [1048]
Dwiraj Sharma, Executive Chairman, Alfa Beta, Nepal
Saurav Shrestha, Senior Manager, Alfa Beta, Nepal P
 
Insights from pathway programs, schools and ELICOS PO
Improving English language support for Chinese students studying abroad: a journey of empowerment [1044]
Karen Pruis, Librarian – Client Services Officer, Federation University Australia, Australia
Opportunities and challenges: examining Queensland’s state model for transnational school engagement [1183]
Jacinta Webb, Director Business Improvement, Queensland Department of Education International, Australia
Shifting demands: changes for foundation studies and ELICOS [1152]
Ryan Savio, Market Intelligence and Insights Analyst, RMIT University, Australia
Shiang Huei Tee, Data Analyst, RMIT University, Australia
 
THURSDAY, 11 OCTOBER 2018
2.1. PLENARY, 8.45 AM
Keynote: Sen. Louise Pratt, Shadow Assistant Minister for Universities and Equality [1259] G
Keynote: The future is bright – Education for the next renaissance [1231]
Richard Gerver, Communicator of simple thoughts that help us understand a complex future, United Kingdom G
 
2.2. CONCURRENT SESSIONS, 10.45 AM
To disclose or not disclose: emerging considerations from the United States, Europe and Australia in learning abroad programs [1131] P G G
Dr Louis Berends, Director of Academic Programs, Syracuse Abroad, United States
Dr Gary Rhodes, Associate Dean, International Education, College of Extended and International Education, California State University, United States
Bradley Titus, Director of Institutional Relations, Diversity and Inclusion, Learning Abroad Center, University of Minnesota, United States
Rohan McCarthy-Gill, Manager, International Mobility, Western Sydney University, Australia
 
Research highlights on sector performance and standalone ELICOS in China [1200] P
Brett Blacker, CEO, English Australia, Australia
Samuel Vetrak, CEO, StudentMarketing, Austria
Sally Waite, Executive General Manager, Navitas, Australia
 
Impact of international students in host countries and the link between intercultural experiences and careers in international education
International students in Australia: beyond dollars, migrants and spies [1053] P
Philipp Ivanov, Chief Executive Officer, Asia Society Australia, Australia
Nicole Brigg, Pro Vice-Chancellor (International), Macquarie University, Australia
Empowering a new generation: the link between early intercultural experience and careers in international education [1030] P
Dr Amanda Daly, Director: Learning and Teaching and Deputy Program Director (BBus), Department of International Business and Asian Studies, Griffith University, Australia
Dr Kirrilee Hughes, CEO and Partner Director, AFS Intercultural Programs Australia, Australia
Emi Hall, Business Development & Partnerships Officer, Centre for English Teaching, The University of Sydney, Australia
 
Keeping up with the conversations – Getting, and keeping, the attention of tomorrow’s international students [1212]
Naomi Eagling, Client Director, IDP Education, United Kingdom
Vik Singh, General Manager Asia Pacific, Hotcourses, Australia P
Shehan Thampapillai, Deputy Director – International, Business Intelligence and Communications, CQUniversity Australia, Australia P
Lyndell Jacka, Head of Research, IDP Education, Australia H
 
IEAA Network Conversation - Student Life [1245] P
Debra Langton, Convener, Student Life Network, International Education Association of Australia, Australia  
Leanne Harrison, Student Recruitment and Outreach Manager, UNSW Canberra, Australia
Danielle Hartridge, Director, International Education Knowledgebase, Australia
 
Innovations and research findings in the school sector
Measuring international engagement in the school sector [1107]
Stephen Connelly, Director, GlobalEd Services, Australia P
Elizabeth Webber, Chief Education Officer, NSW Department of Education – International, and Chair, Australian Government Schools International, Australia P
Mariana Lane, Project Manager International Education, Independent Schools Queensland, Australia P
Strategies for improving student experience and engagement in the school sector: benefits of establishing a student ambassador program. [1148]
Elvia Cacciotti, Manager, School Support and Compliance, DE International, NSW Department of Education, Australia P
Empowering the New Zealand school sector’s growth [1024] P
Richard Kyle, Business Development Manager, Education New Zealand, New Zealand
Mary Camp, Business Development Manager, Education New Zealand, New Zealand
 
A new era for international education in Indonesia? [1208]
Dr Eugene Sebastian, Director, Australia-Indonesia Centre, Australia P
Prof. Caroline Chan, Head, School of Business IT and Logistics and President, Australian Council of Professors and Heads of Information Systems (ACPHIS), RMIT University, Australia P
Michael Fay, Director and Head of Educational Services, Asean Focus Group (AFG VG), Australia
Elizabeth Campbell-Dorning, Counsellor (Education & Science) Jakarta, Australian Embassy, Jakarta, Indonesia
Sally-Ann Watts, Minister Commercial and Senior Trade Commissioner, Austrade, Indonesia
 
Digital and state government initiatives in careers and intercultural awareness development PO
Embracing technology: building intercultural awareness using digital applications [1120]
Nannette Ripmeester, Director, Expertise in Labour Mobility, Netherlands
How did StudyNSW deliver over 1000 WIL experiences to international students in two years? [1137]
Peter Mackey, Director, International Trade, NSW Department of Industry, NSW Trade & Investment, Australia
Alison Li, Experiential Learning Specialist, Intersective, Australia
Internships for the digital generation: maximizing the experience through online learning [1119]
Dr Kate Moore, Executive Director, Academic Internship Council, United States
Local government's role in international education: welcoming, wellbeing and work-integrated learning [1195]
Anouschka Inglis, Strategy Advisor, Economic Strategy, Strategy and Urban Analytics, The Council of the City of Sydney, Australia
 
2.3. CONCURRENT SESSIONS, 1.30 PM
Some light on a dark topic: international students’ mental health [1219]
Dr Helen Forbes-Mewett, Senior Lecturer and Researcher, Monash University, Australia P
Brian Smith, Stakeholder Engagement Manager, IDP Education, Australia
Trish Behan, Senior Teacher, Macquarie University English Language Centre, Australia; AND P
Sophie O'Keefe, Professional Development Manager, English Australia, Australia
 
Admissions and compliance in international education: agents, visas and national codes
Quality and compliance: the influence of the National Code of Practice [1192]
Prof. Graham Bowrey, Director of Compliance and Curriculum, Australian Technical and Management College (ATMC), Australia P
Regulating education agent behaviour: New Zealand versus Australian national codes [1015]
Dr Pii-Tuulia Nikula, Lecturer, Eastern Institute of Technology, New Zealand P
... every second door... turns to education agents… [1265] P
Ben Houston, Director Systems and Compliance (ESOS), Australian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia
Brett Galt-Smith, Director, Education Services for Overseas Students Policy & Legislation, Australian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia
 
International Student Survey 2018
Empowering the next generation with even more international education data [1043]
Steve Nerlich, Director, International Research and Analysis Unit, Australian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia P
International students in Australia's secondary schools [1058]
Rachel Perkin, Manager, Client Relations, i-graduate Australia, Australia
Elizabeth Webber, Chief Education Officer, NSW Department of Education – International, and Chair, Australian Government Schools International, Australia
Mariana Lane, Project Manager International Education, Independent Schools Queensland, Australia
 
AUIDF mobility research findings / Scholarships as a vehicle for change
Learning abroad: a reality for Australian university students – AUIDF research findings [1251]
Stephen Connelly, Director, GlobalEd Services, Australia
Carmel Murphy, Executive Director International, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Building evidence to examine the role of scholarships as a vehicle for change: achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals [1172]
Jo Doyle, Research Fellow, Tertiary Education, Australian Council for Educational Research, Australia
Amanda Taylor Haddow, Research Officer, Australian Council for Educational Research, Australia
 
IEAA Network Conversation - Marketing and Recruitment [1225]
Andrés Bayer, Business Development and Relationships Manager, International, Trinity College, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Riccardo Patana, Director Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Capgemini, Australia P
Richard Till, Senior Technical Account Manager, Marketics (Albert AI), Australia P
Lucio Ribeiro, Managing Director, Online Circle Digital, Australia P
Marlena Mende, Marketing Manager, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing Health Sciences, Monash University, Australia
Michelle Hosemann, Manager – International Business Development, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Lauren Gleeson, Corporate Affairs, Big Red Group, Australia P
 
Institutions are from Mars, service providers are from Venus: a guide to understanding each other [1080] G G
Mark Pettitt, Founder, Edified Education, Australia
Alek Voninski, Partner, Edified Education, Australia
 
Empowering a new generation of talent: drivers and impact of post-study work policies [1130] P
Assoc. Prof. Ly Tran, Associate Professor, School of Education and Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Deakin University, Australia
Dr Rahul Choudaha, Executive Vice President of Global Engagement and Research, Studyportals, United States
Brett Berquist, Director International, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Simon Morris-Lange, Deputy Head of Research, Expert Council of German Foundations on Integration and Migration (SVR), Germany
Jo Attwooll, Chief of Staff/ Senior Advisor to the Chief Executive, Universities UK, United Kingdom
 
Creative strategies and new opportunities in TNE PO
A TNE game-changer: from filling supply constraints to offering skills experience [1115]
Dr Anh Pham, Associate Research Fellow, RMIT University, Australia
Build it and they will come...or will they? Perceptions of online delivery in various markets [1261]
Fraser Cargill, Senior Consultant, EduWorld, Australia
Expanding the impact of work-integrated learning in TNE environments [1171]
Dr Christine Bilsland, Lecturer, Professional and Community Engagement, Macquarie University, Australia
International partnerships: new windows of opportunity in India [1109]
Lakshmi Subramonia Iyer, Executive Director and Head of Education, Sannam S4 Consulting Pvt Ltd, India
TNE and academic job satisfaction [1264]
Dr Danny Toohey, Lecturer, School of Engineering and Information Technology, Murdoch University, Australia
Understanding the TNHE market in China: factors influencing the expanding of sino-foreign cooperative education [1034]
Pengfei Pan, PhD student, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
 
2.4. CONCURRENT SESSIONS, 3.30 PM
Next generation employability: practices and perspectives from other countries [1167] P
Dr Martha Johnson, Assistant Dean, Learning Abroad, University of Minnesota, United States
Dr Edilio Mazzoleni, Director, Global Engagement and International Education, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy
Prof. Shingo Ashizawa, Faculty of Global and Regional Studies, Tokyo University, Japan
Brett Berquist, Director International, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Nannette Ripmeester, Director, Expertise in Labour Mobility, Netherlands
 
Reconceptualising Australia’s commercial opportunities as India moves to build quality as an international education provider [1260]
Peter Coleman, Trade Commissioner – Mumbai and Sri Lanka, Australian Trade and Investment Commission, India
Abizer Merchant, Director (India & Sri Lanka), Macquarie University, Australia P
Lakshmi Subramonia Iyer, Executive Director and Head of Education, Sannam S4 Consulting Pvt Ltd, India P
 
Blockchain applications for international admission systems: a hypothetical study [1214] P
Jason Howard, , Study Link, Australia
Kevin Brett, Senior Associate, i-graduate, Australia
Darragh Murray, Manager, International Development, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Johanna Castellaro, Deputy Director International, Future Students and Partnerships, CQUniversity Australia, Australia
Arfa Noor, Trade and Investment Queensland, Australia
 
World university rankings and reputation data insights
Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019: data and insights [1252]
Zainab Malik, Head of Consultancy, Times Higher Education, Hong Kong SAR P
Reputation data and Generation Z: how universities use reputation data to effectively shape communications strategies and how the rise of Gen Z has altered the landscape [1253]
Michael Lubacz, Branding Director, GM of Europe & Middle East, Times Higher Education, United Kingdom P
 
IEAA Network Conversation – Internationalisation of the Curriculum (IoC) [1223]
Dr Damir Mitric, Senior Lecturer, Learning Futures (ASSC), La Trobe University, Australia
Prof. John Hudzik, Professor, Michigan State University, United States
Mariana Lane, Project Manager International Education, Independent Schools Queensland, Australia
 
Hot topics in international education for the school sector [1206] G G
Dr Anna Ciccarelli, International Education Adviser, , Australia
 
Getting future-ready: impact of megatrends on global engagement strategies [1028]
Dr Rahul Choudaha, Executive Vice President of Global Engagement and Research, Studyportals, United States P
Prof. Youmin Xi, Executive President, Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University, China
Prof. Nigel Healey, Vice-Chancellor, Fiji National University, Fiji
Rongyu Li, Deputy Vice-Chancellor External Engagement (acting), University of Queensland, Australia
Rob Stevens, General Manager, Massey University Worldwide, Massey University of New Zealand, New Zealand
 
Empowering students, driving change and preparing for the future PO
Australian alumni driving change in Africa: the value add of Australian universities [1111]
Fiona Pakoa, Team Leader, Australia Awards - Africa, South Africa
Your power to act: why the international education sector must take action on climate change [1256]
Ailsa Lamont, Director, Pomegranate Global, Australia
 
FRIDAY, 12 OCTOBER 2018
3.1. CONCURRENT SESSIONS, 9 AM
Innovative models of social inclusion and community engagement [1215] P
Hon. Phil Honeywood, CEO, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Robert Chasse, Education Manager Services, Centre for English Teaching, The University of Sydney, Australia
Chris Marr, Director – Strategy and Development, Sonder Australia, Australia
Hayley Shields, Director Student Experience, Education New Zealand, New Zealand
Shannon Willoughby, CEO, Study Gold Coast, Australia
Jane Favaloro, General Manager, Partnerships, Iglu Student Accommodation, Australia
 
Future-proofing international students through employer partnerships [1091] P
Gim Ng, Acting Director, Monash Professional Pathways, Monash College, Australia
Jason Elias, National Partnership Manager, Medibank, Australia
Brooke Young, Chairperson, Aussie Hands Foundation, Australia
Tanya Reefman, Early Careers Manager, Australia Post, Australia
 
Partnerships, placements and community impact in learning abroad
Is student mobility mutually beneficial? Achieving positive host community impact in learning abroad [1086]
Dr John Lucas, President and CEO, ISEP, United States P
Prof. Chris Ziguras, President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia P
Ethical partnerships and collaboration in student mobility [1077]
Julian O'Shea, Founder, Unbound, Australia P
International placements: an empowering method to foster global citizenship? [1101]
Jan Drew, Director, The Global Student, Malaysia P
 
In focus: Cambodia and Vietnam [1201]
Yvonne Chan, Deputy Consul General (Commercial) and Senior Trade Commissioner, Vietnam, Austrade, Vietnam P
Brett Blacker, CEO, English Australia, Australia
Sreng Mao, Country Director, Cambodia, IDP Education, Cambodia P
Sang Nguyen, Country Director, Vietnam, IDP Education, Vietnam P
Thao Nguyen, Strategic Partnerships Consultant, UTS Insearch and UTS (Faculty of Engineering and IT), Vietnam P
Joanna Wood, Education and Science Counsellor, Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos, Australian Government - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Vietnam P
 
IEAA Network Conversation – Admissions and Compliance [1241]
Geza Karacsony, Executive Governance Officer, Western Sydney University, Australia
Anurag Kanwar, Director, Oxcom International, Australia
Ingrid Elliston, Director – UNE International, University of New England, Australia
 
What do you need to know about delivering the IST course in VET? [1199] P
Timothy Gilbert, Manager Transnational Programs, Melbourne Polytechnic, Australia
Clare Boutchard, Director, Industry Engagement Section, International Group, Australian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia
Bev Jeffreys, Senior International Project Manager, Kangan Institute of TAFE, Australia
 
Capacity building to workforce development – The power of innovative education models and how they can impact communities, industry and countries [1114]
Rachel Colaso, Head of Study Brisbane, Brisbane Marketing, Australia  
Alexandra Elibank Murray, Executive Director – Brisbane Campus, Federation University Australia, Australia P
Dallas Dowsett, Deputy Director, International Development and Deputy Director ICTE-UQ, Projects and Continuing Education, University of Queensland, Australia P
Dorothy Jolly, Post-graduate student, QUT, Australia P
 
Emerging opportunities and new strategies in marketing and recruitment PO
Bridging the gaps: revolutionising orientation and marketing through technology [1164]
Milton Wan, Manager, Admissions, DE International – NSW Department of Education, Australia
Empowering our staff and education agents through sharing effective, engaging training techniques [1153]
Fiona Davidson, Marketing Manager Channel Partner Engagement, UTS Insearch, Australia
Let's talk about SX [1033]
Ross Crosson, Student Experience Manager, Education New Zealand, New Zealand
The UNSW Global Scientia Test – Objective assessment in student recruitment [1056]
Dr Robert Forage, CEO, UNSW Global, Australia
Where to compete? Introducing a new tool for searching opportunities in a rapidly evolving world [1085]
Luhua Tang, International Education Adviser, Austrade, Australia
Rebecca Hall, Senior Industry Specialist, International Education, Austrade, Australia
 
3.2. CONCURRENT SESSIONS, 11 AM
Innovative regional university WIL programs for international students, new successful models from NSW and QLD [1127] P
Peter Mackey, Director, International Trade, NSW Department of Industry, NSW Trade & Investment, Australia
Carol Doyle, President, Study Cairns, Australia
Lauren Miles, Manager International Engagement, The University of Newcastle, Australia
Alison Li, Experiential Learning Specialist, Intersective, Australia
Hayley Bolding, Program Director, Intersective, Australia
 
Transforming the global learning experience: models that engage communities to address entrenched social issues [1084] P
Dr John Lucas, President and CEO, ISEP, United States
Robin Dick, Program Manager Social Innovation, CQUniversity Australia, Australia
Leslie Lowe, Student, CQUniversity Australia, Australia
Eleanor Mitchell, International Partnerships Manager, CQUniversity Australia, Australia
Dawn Hewitt, Senior Adviser Australia and New Zealand, ISEP, Australia
 
Addressing exploitation of international students: the role of Australian education providers [1063]
Dr David Cousins, Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Law, Monash University, Australia
Laurie Pearcey, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (International), UNSW Sydney, Australia
Tom O'Shea, Executive Director – Strategic Engagement and Stakeholder Relations, Fair Work Ombudsman, Australia
Brett Blacker, CEO, English Australia, Australia
Bassina Farbenblum, Solicitor and Senior Lecturer, UNSW Law, Australia P
Kristen Hannah, Deputy Fair Work Ombudsman, Fair Work Ombudsman, Australia
 
Next generation professionals – Australian leadership in international education abroad [1051]
Dr Douglas Proctor, Director of International Affairs, University College Dublin, Ireland
Nigel Cossar, Director, Penn Abroad and Global Programs, University of Pennsylvania, United States
Jogvan Klein, Director, International, RMIT Vietnam, Vietnam
Jan Drew, Director, The Global Student, Malaysia
 
IEAA Network Conversation - Scholarships and Fellowships [1246] P
Anneliese Berglind, Deputy Convener, Scholarships and Fellowships Network, IEAA, Australia
Amy Wan, International Sponsorships Manager, IEAA, Australia
 
Consortia and alumni in vocational education and training
Should I be part of a consortium or go it alone? Considerations for the VET sector [1205]
Jen Bahen, Director, International Education, TAFE Directors Australia, Australia
Ewa Kuriata, Senior Manager, Trade and Business Development, International Education, Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources, Australia P
Strategies and case studies to capture and promote alumni in the VET sector [1250] P
Dr Gretchen Dobson, President, Global Alumni Relations and Managing Director, Australia, Academic Assembly, Inc., Australia
Jen Bahen, Director, International Education, TAFE Directors Australia, Australia
 
Reaching for the stars – The rising power of online reviews and their impact on student decision-making [1213] P G G
Neil Pearson, Chief Digital and Marketing Officer, IDP Education, Australia
Michel Hogan, Independent Brand Advisor, Australia
Gemma Langdale, Marketing Officer, Australasia, IDP Education, Australia
Gracie Daniel, Communications Manager, IDP Education, Australia
 
Research findings and creative initiatives in careers and employment PO
Case study of a career development program for Chinese students - An innovative approach for international market engagement [1155]
Tony Zheng, Manager, International Development and Partnerships, The University of Adelaide, Australia
Julia Zhao, Project Officer (International Development), The University of Adelaide, Australia
Empowering a growing generation of international students in the Australian workforce [1170]
Diana Crvenkovic, Manager, Student Initiatives, Study Melbourne, Australia
International students benefit from sector collaboration: case study of an entrepreneurship competition delivering employability skills [1042]
Aaron Ngan, Facilitator, The FRANK Team, Australia
Kathryn Williams, Careers Adviser, Career Development Service, Office of Student Success, Australian Catholic University, Australia
Supporting international student employability outcomes [1176]
Dr Christine Bilsland, Lecturer, Professional and Community Engagement, Macquarie University, Australia
Dr Jen McPherson, Faculty Academic Director of PACE, Faculty of Business and Economics, Macquarie University, Australia
The Post-Study Work visa turns five: gauging divergence between policy objectives and student experience [1169]
Prof. Chris Ziguras, President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Anumoni Joshi, PhD Candidate, RMIT University, Australia
 
3.3. PLENARY, 1.15 PM
Politicians' perspectives [1255] G
Hon. Phil Honeywood, CEO, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Julian Hill MP, Member for Bruce, Victoria, Australian Labor Party, Australia
Julian Leeser MP, Federal Member for Berowra and Chair of the Government Committee on Education and Training, Australian Labor Party, Australia
 
Keynote: Superhuman GenerationZ [1232]
Dr Jordan Nguyen, Internationally renowned engineer for humanity, Australia P G