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Tuesday 10 October Download
Tuesday 10 October, 5.30pm
0.1. Opening Plenary  
Keynote | Do political events in a host country affect international education engagement?
Dr Janet Ilieva, Founder and Director, Education Insight, United Kingdom Watch Presentation Handout Poster Graphic
 
Wednesday 11 October
Wednesday 11 October, 8.45am
1.1. Plenary
Keynote | Adjusting your mirrors and managing your blind spots Graphic
Dr Helen Turnbull, PhD, CSP, CEO, Human Facets, United States
 
Wednesday 11 October, 10.30am
1.2.A. Global dialogue: how is international education responding to the rise of nationalism around the world?
Prof. Chris Ziguras, President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Mr Weimin Che, Deputy Director General, Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange, China
Ms Sabine Pendl, Vice-President, European Association for International Education, Netherlands
Ms Sheila Schulte, Deputy Executive Director, Leadership and Professional Development Services, NAFSA, United States
Mr Shingo Ashizawa, Professor, Faculty of Global and Regional Studies, Tokyo University, Japan
Prof. Sarah Todd, Vice President (Global), Griffith University, Australia
 
1.2.B. In focus: Indonesia
Dr Eugene Sebastian, Director, Australia-Indonesia Centre, Australia
Ms Sally-Ann Watts, Minister Commercial and Senior Trade Commissioner, Austrade, Indonesia
Mr Jeremy Bruer, Assistant Secretary, Indonesia Program Delivery and Timor-Leste Branch, Australian Government, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia
Dr Max Richter, Academic Coordinator (Indonesia), Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement), Monash University, Australia
 
1.2.C. Student wellbeing, safety and employability – case studies from New Zealand and Tasmania
Ensuring international students are welcome, safe and well in New Zealand
Ms Belinda Himiona, Group Manager, International (Acting), New Zealand Ministry of Education, New Zealand Presentation
An integrated approach to international education – enhancing global employability through a local context
A. Prof. Jane Skalicky, PhD, Director, Student Learning, Retention and Success, University of Tasmania, Australia Presentation
Mrs Kristin Warr Pedersen, Head, Student Leadership, Career Development and Employment, University of Tasmania, Australia
 
1.2.D. Schools session 01
Embracing diversity: an Asia-at-home style of learning
Dr Mark Laraghy, Principal, Livingstone Christian College, Australia Presentation
Mrs Amanda Roberts, Head of School: Development, Livingstone Christian College, Australia
The TALK and the WALK – what we SAY and DO about educating global citizens in schools
Ms Mariana Lane, Project Manager International Education, Independent Schools Queensland, Australia Presentation
 
1.2.E. International education 101: what you should know Presentation Graphic
Ms Lyndell Jacka, Head of Research, IDP Education, Australia
Ms Bronte Neyland, Director, Victoria University International, Victoria University, Australia
 
1.2.N. Admissions and Compliance Network Conversation
Mr Geza Karacsony, Executive Governance Officer, Western Sydney University, Australia
Ms Ingrid Elliston, Manager, International Recruitment and Admissions, University of New England, Australia
Ms Irene Koh, Director, Student and Academic Services, Bond University, Australia
 
1.2.P. Operational targets and issues in mobility Poster 
Unintended consequences of well-intentioned people: effects of system and process on diverse student mobility
Mr Brook Blahnik, Assistant Director – Systems Management, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, United States
How to address scalability, affordability and accessibility to international learning opportunities
Mrs Sally Parrott, Program Manager, RMIT University, Australia
50% or bust: achieving mobility targets through cross-campus collaboration and goal-setting
Ms Cara Bonnington, Mobility Manager, University of Sydney, Australia
 
Wednesday 11 October, 12.00pm
1.3.A. ‘Not there yet’: overcoming barriers to education for refugees and asylum seekers
Ms Ailsa Lamont, Director, Pomegranate Global, Australia
Mr Arif Hazara, Undergraduate student and Assistant Accountant, RMIT University, Australia Presentation
Ms Karen Dunwoodie, PhD student and Researcher, Monash University, Australia
Dr Helena Barroco, Coordinator, Global Platform for Syrian Students, Portugal
 
1.3.B. Insights into two international education strategic initiatives
What it’s really like launching a joint venture, innovative degree
Ms Nicki Sheridan, Senior Marketing Coordinator, Monash College, Australia Presentation
Leveraging global networks to build diversity, create access and enhance the student experience
Ms Dawn Hewitt, Senior Advisor Australia and New Zealand, ISEP, Australia Presentation
Mr Brett Berquist, Director International, University of Auckland, New Zealand
 
1.3.C. What we did, what we forgot and what we’d do again: four perspectives on building crisis preparedness
Ms Amanda Pickrell, Director, International Education, Victorian Government Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources, Australia Presentation
Mr Peter Mackey, Director, International Trade, NSW Department of Industry | NSW Trade & Investment, Australia
Mrs Tracy Harris, Manager, Global Engagement and Promotions, Austrade, Australia Presentation
Ms Shannon Willoughby, CEO , Study Gold Coast, Australia Presentation
Detective Chief Inspector Darren Newman, Cabramatta Crime Manager, Detective Inspector, NSW Police Force, Australia Presentation
 
1.3.D. Schools session 02
Across sectors, across governments – new modes of doing business
Ms Elizabeth Webber, Chief Education Officer, NSW Department of Education International, Australian Government Schools International/NSW Department of Education, Australia Presentation
Beyond English language proficiency: international secondary school students’ diverse practices of belonging
Mrs Trang Hoang, PhD candidate, Deakin University, Australia
 
1.3.E. Stop preaching to the converted: get off your ass and get some diversity Graphic
Dr Glen Stafford, Director, Internationalisation Strategy, The University of Adelaide, Australia Presentation
Prof. Kent Anderson, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Community and Engagement), The University of Western Australia, Australia Presentation
Dr Davina Potts, Associate Director Global Leadership and Employability, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Mr Bradley Titus, Director of Institutional Relations, Diversity and Inclusion, Learning Abroad Center, University of Minnesota, United States Presentation
 
1.3.N. Transnational Education Network Conversation
Ms Caryn Nery, Manager, Global Partnership Operations, Global Development Portfolio, RMIT University, Australia
Mr Kevin van Cauter, Senior Higher Education Adviser, The British Council, United Kingdom
 
1.3.P. Diverse approaches to marketing and student experience Poster 
A model of a Japanese niche market and product diversity
Ms Viji Shankar, Marketing Manager – International Business, TAFE NSW Sydney Region, Australia
Attracting millennials: social + video = Queensland’s no.1 driver of international students #SummerLifeQLD
Ms Rebecca Hall, Executive Director, International Education and Training Unit, Trade & Investment Queensland, Australia
Ms Jacqueleen Brown, Principal Marketing and Events Officer, International Education and Training, Trade and Investment Queensland, Australia
Beyond the prospect: mapping and integrating end-to-end global student experience
Mr Matthew Lee, Chief Marketing Officer, RMIT University, Australia
 
Wednesday 11 October, 1.30pm
IEAA Young Professionals Networking Session
Mr Brett Blacker, CEO, English Australia, Australia
Ms Emily O'Callaghan, Operations Manager, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Ms Rebecca Bendall, Partnerships Manager, Urbanest Australia, Australia
Mr Anton Crace, BJ, Co-Founder, InterActive Sports, Australia
Mr James Martin, Managing Director, Insider Guides, Australia
Ms Elissa Newall, Assistant Director, Customer Acquisition and Engagement, RMIT University, Australia
 
Wednesday 11 October, 2.30pm
1.4.A. Scoping opportunities in India, and New Zealand's approach to growth and diversity
Regional partnerships – a New Zealand approach to growth and diversity
Mr Gregory Scott, Business Development Manager, Education New Zealand, New Zealand Presentation
Scoping opportunities for Australian higher education institutions to engage with India
Dr Karen Barker, PhD, Acting Manager Operations, Australia India Institute, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Ms Brigid Freeman, Researcher, Australia India Institute, The University of Melbourne, Australia
 
1.4.B. Establishing a consistent approach to offshore marketing
Ms Kelly Ralston, General Manager International Education, Austrade, Australia Presentation
Mrs Tracy Harris, Manager, Global Engagement and Promotions, Austrade, Australia Presentation
Ms Karyn Kent, CEO, Education Adelaide, Australia
Mr Tom Hands, General Manager, Global Recruitment, Navitas, Hong Kong SAR
 
1.4.C. International students and the Australian workplace – workplace diversity from employers’ perspective Presentation
Mr Gim Ng, Business Development Manager, Monash Professional Pathways, Monash College, Australia
Ms Brooke Young, Director, Monash Professional Pathways, Monash College, Australia
Ms Chloe Fast, Senior People and Culture Business Partner, Carsales, Australia
Ms Fleur Bennett, Graduate and Internship Program Manager, Adecco Group, Australia
 
1.4.D. Working with under 18s
Under-18 international students – the University of Sydney experience and accommodation perspectives
Ms Mandy Baric, Director Compliance and Student Affairs, University of Sydney, Australia Presentation
Mr Anthony Harvey, Business Development and Marketing Manager, Australian Homestay Network Pty Ltd, Australia Presentation
Bring it in-house! An under-18 guardianship case study Presentation
Ms Molly Bonnefin, Manager Strategic Projects, Monash College, Australia
Mr Patrick Ashe, Under 18 Guardianship Manager, Monash College, Australia
 
1.4.E. Connectivity: partnerships that embrace diversity and community engagement to enhance the student experience
Mrs Rachel Colaso, Head of Study Brisbane, Brisbane Marketing, Australia
Ms Vanessa Fabre, Acting Executive Manager, Corporate Communication, New Business and Partnerships, MDA Ltd, formerly the Multicultural Development Association, Australia  
Mr Chris Evason, Managing Director, International Education Services, Australia Presentation
Mr Mark Ensor, State Development Manager, AFL Queensland, Australia Presentation
 
1.4.N. Internationalisation of the Curriculum Network Conversation Presentation
Exploring the curriculum implications for all students in an increasingly connected global society through research and practice
Dr Wendy Green, Senior Lecturer, Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching, University of Tasmania, Australia
Ms Mariana Lane, Project Manager International Education, Independent Schools Queensland, Australia
Prof. Betty Leask, Pro Vice-Chancellor Teaching and Learning, La Trobe University, Australia
Dr Damir Mitric, Senior Lecturer, Learning Futures (ASSC), La Trobe University, Australia
 
1.4.P. E-poster session Poster 
The International Postgraduate Paediatric Certificate/International Postgraduate Paediatric Nurse Certificate
A. Prof. Kathryn Currow, Executive Principal, Diploma in Child Health / International Postgraduate Paediatric Certificate, Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network, Australia
 
Wednesday 11 October, 4.15pm
1.5.A. Universities and the ethical data scientist Graphic
Inside the Times Higher Education World University Rankings
Mr Duncan Ross, Data and Analytics Director, TES Global, United Kingdom Presentation
Education: using big data for good (not evil)
Mr Duncan Ross, Data and Analytics Director, TES Global, United Kingdom Presentation
 
1.5.B. When ecosystems collide – the next generation of graduate employment
When ecosystems collide – the next generation of graduate employment (1246)
Mr Rob Lawrence, Principal, Prospect Marketing & Research, Australia
 
1.5.C. Improving student outcomes through diversity of the student experience
Improving student outcomes through diversity of the student experience
Dr John Wellard, Policy Director, International, Universities Australia, Australia Presentation
Mr Stefan Bienefeld, Head of Division, Development Cooperation and Transregional Programs, DAAD – German Academic Exchange Services, Germany
Mr Craig Wallace, Development Manager, Learning Abroad, Monash University, Australia Presentation
 
1.5.D. Diversity and intercultural competence training for students
Intercultural competence training for students abroad and on campus: an interactive, cross-institutional approach Presentation
Dr Catherine Burnheim, Manager, International Education Initiatives, Monash University, Australia
Dr Nadine Normand-Marconnet, Lecturer, Monash University, Australia
Celebrating accents – using computer-based applications to develop communication skills, engagement and confidence while embracing diversity
Mr Jonathan Brown, Teacher and Unit Coordinator, Sydney Institute of Business and Technology, Australia Presentation
 
1.5.E. Quality assurance in international education – presentations by NEAS and TEQSA
Quality assurance in international education and training and its role in shaping diversity
Mr Patrick Pheasant, Mr, Chief Executive Officer, NEAS (National ELT Accreditation Scheme), Australia Presentation
APEC quality assurance of online learning project Presentation
Dr Karen Treloar, Director, Provider Assessment and Engagement Team, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, Australia
Dr Carolyn Daniel, Senior Case Manager, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, Australia
 
1.5.F. International education beyond the doctorate: using early career researcher mobility to support international linkages Presentation
Prof. Chris Ziguras, President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Ms Briony Wood-Ingram, Senior Advisor, Projects, The Australian APEC Study Centre, RMIT University, Australia
Dr Irene Strodthoff, Risk and Community Safety Research Program, School of Science, RMIT University, Australia
 
1.5.P. E-poster session Poster
A lesson in opportunity: authentic approaches to internationalisation
Mr Ken Chatterton, Principal, Ringwood Primary School, Australia
Victorian Young Leaders to China Program
Mrs Concetta Andreana, Manager, Internationalising Education Unit, Victorian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia
 
Thursday 12 October
Thursday 12 October, 8.30am
2.1. Plenary
Minister Address | The Hon. Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training Graphic
The Hon. Simon Birmingham, Minister for Education and Training, Australian Government, Australia
Debate | International education is complicit in the growing sentiments of nationalist populism, as it mostly serves to create a class of global elites Graphic
Prof. Chris Ziguras, President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Dr Helena Barroco, Coordinator, Global Platform for Syrian Students, Portugal
Ms Goldie Blumenstyk, Senior Writer, The Chronicle of Higher Education, United States
Prof. Fazal Rizvi, Professor in Global Studies in Education, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Prof. Nigel Healey, Vice-Chancellor, Fiji National University, Fiji
Ms Wesa Chau, Director, Cultural Intelligence, Australia
 
Thursday 12 October, 10.30am
2.2.A. Quality assurance in a rapidly changing world
Hon. Phil Honeywood, CEO, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Prof. Michael Lavarch AO, AO, Commissioner, Risk Intelligence and Regulatory Support, Australian Skills Quality Authority, Australia Presentation
Mr Anthony McClaran, Chief Executive Officer, Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency, Australia Presentation
 
2.2.B. Mapping a new path: strategies for building diversity and inclusion in outbound mobility
Mrs Martha Johnson, Assistant Dean, Learning Abroad, University of Minnesota, United States
Mr Kirk Doyle, Associate Director, International Relations and Partnerships, Australian Catholic University, Australia
Mr Andrew Gordon, President, Diversity Abroad, United States Presentation
Mr Bradley Titus, Director of Institutional Relations, Diversity and Inclusion, Learning Abroad Center, University of Minnesota, United States
 
2.2.C. In focus: Bangladesh
Mr Ravi Chandran, Country Director – Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, IDP Education, Sri Lanka
Ms Jo Mithen, CEO, Monash College, Australia Presentation
Ms Leonie Muldoon, Senior Trade and Investment Commissioner, Australian Trade and Investment Commission, India Presentation
Mr Tanveer Shaheed, Regional Director (South Asia and Middle East), Macquarie University, Australia Presentation
 
2.2.D. Realising our VET capability offshore – working smarter together or going alone?
Ms Janelle Chapman, Director, TAFE Queensland International, TAFE Queensland, Australia
Ms Sue Freeman, CEO and Managing Director, First Impressions Resources, The Australian Retail College, Australia
Mr Craig Peden, Head of International Business, TAFE NSW, Australia Presentation
 
2.2.E. Internationalising the education experience: many parts make the whole Graphic Presentation
Dr Margot McNeill, Head, Learning and Teaching Transformation, Navitas, Australia
Mr Jonathan Hvaal, BA, Learning Designer, Navitas Learning and Teaching Services, Navitas, Australia
Ms Helen Zimmerman, Government and Stakeholder Relations, Navitas Ltd, Australia
 
2.2.N. Sponsored Students Network Conversation
Book Launch
Ms Anna Kent, PhD Student , Deakin University, Australia
Ms Amy Wan, International Sponsorships Manager, The University of Sydney
Ms Jo Doyle, Research Fellow, Tertiary Education, Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER), Australia Presentation
 
2.2.P. Promoting diversity and supporting international students Poster
Promoting cultural diversity in the tertiary education sector: are we achieving anything?
Ms Rameeza Barnes, Safer Community Advisor, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Ms Desma Smith, Associate Director, International Student Life, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
(Away from) Home alone
Mr Fraser Cargill, Senior Consultant, EduWorld , Australia
 
Thursday 12 October, 12.00pm
2.3.A. Diversity in Australian international education and enrolments
Australian international education – embracing diversity
Mr Steve Nerlich, Director, International Research and Analysis Unit, Australian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia
Achieve diversity in your student mix through ELICOS
Mr Brett Blacker, CEO, English Australia, Australia Presentation
 
2.3.B. Perspectives on international education – global trends and a higher education case study from Dubai
Shifting the market: impacts of political and other world events on international education
Mr Grant Watson, Coordinator Business Intelligence, RMIT University, Australia Presentation
Higher education in Dubai – quality and diversity
Mr Nitesh Sughnani, Senior Quality Assurance Manager, Knowledge and Human Development Authority, United Arab Emirates Presentation
 
2.3.C. Trends and technology in international student recruitment
The power of personality profiling: creating compelling engagement for international students Presentation
Mr Nathan Chanesman, Managing Director, MyCareerMatch, Australia
Mr Hung Truong, Head of International Student Recruitment, The University of Newcastle, Australia
Using technology to beat disruption in international student recruitment
Mr Rob Brown, Education Director, Simple, Australia Presentation
 
2.3.D. An Australian VET institution offshore – should you issue qualifications from Australia or another country?
Ms Janelle Chapman, Director, TAFE Queensland International, TAFE Queensland, Australia
Ms Denise O'Brien, Chief Executive Officer, Australia Pacific Technical College, Fiji Presentation
Mrs Linda Barbero, Consultant, Australia
Mr Hasmukh Lal, Director Pacific Technical and Further Education (Pacific TAFE), The University of the South Pacific, Fiji Presentation
 
2.3.E. Gender, parenthood and career choices: an international education perspective Presentation
Ms Elissa Newall, Assistant Director, Customer Acquisition and Engagement, RMIT University, Australia
Ms Bronte Neyland, Director, Victoria University International, Victoria University, Australia
Mr Rob McDonald, Associate Director International Marketing and Recruitment, CQUniversity Australia, Australia
 
2.3.N. Pathways Network Conversation
Ms Heidi Reid, Principal, Times Academy, Australia
Ms Denise Bush, Dean, Pathways School, Trinity College, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Mr Andrew Foley, College Director, University of Adelaide College, Australia
Mrs Chris Haas, Manager: International Operations, TAFE SA, Australia
 
2.3.P. Employability Poster
Employability training gone digital: building intercultural competence through gamification of information
Ms Nannette Ripmeester, Director, Expertise in Labour Mobility, Netherlands
Creating employment opportunities for international students in South Australia
Ms Karyn Kent, CEO, Education Adelaide, Australia
 
Thursday 12 October, 2.30pm
2.4.A. Employment pathways for international students returning to Asia
Hon. Phil Honeywood, CEO, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
Mr Rohan Holland, General Manager, Readygrad, Australia
Mr Daniel Capper, Senior Manager UQ Careers Services, The University of Queensland, Australia
Mr Andrew Purchas, Manager Education and Employment, GradConnection, Australia
Dr Julie Howell, Associate Director, Careers and Employment Centre, Curtin University, Australia Presentation
 
2.4.B. In focus: The Pacific
Mr Dennis Murray, Director, Murray Goold International, Australia
Prof. Nigel Healey, Vice-Chancellor, Fiji National University, Fiji Presentation
Ms Denise O'Brien, Chief Executive Officer, Australia Pacific Technical College, Fiji Presentation
Mr Aedan Whyatt, Director, Pacific Labour Mobility Section, Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia Presentation
 
2.4.C. Engagement opportunities in Myanmar and Indonesia
The road to Mandalay – where providers play the long ball game
Mr Fraser Cargill, Senior Consultant, EduWorld , Australia Presentation
The Indonesia Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement – opportunities for Australian education
Mr Michael Fay, Director, AFG Venture Group, Australia Presentation
 
2.4.D. Mobility: a critical approach to preparing students and achieving diversity
Developing a critical approach to student preparation for international mobility experiences: moving beyond the practical
Dr Peter Jones, Senior Lecturer in Social Work and Human Services, James Cook University, Australia Presentation
Diversity within the New Colombo Plan
Ms Jo Cowley, Assistant Secretary, New Colombo Plan Secretariat, Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia
Mr Mitch Francis, Alumnus, New Colombo Plan, Australia
Ms Amarina Smith, Alumnus, New Colombo Plan, Australia
 
2.4.E. On the straight and narrow? Embracing LGBTQI+ diversity in international education Graphic
Mr Rob McDonald, Associate Director International Marketing and Recruitment, CQUniversity Australia, Australia
A. Prof. Shanton Chang, Assistant Dean (International), School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Mr Zen Andra, Graduate, Master of International Development, RMIT University, Australia
Ms Charlotte Long, Manager, Student Life UNSW Global Education, UNSW
 
2.4.N. Marketing and Recruitment Network Conversation
Ms Anna McLeod, Team Leader Business Development – C&I (VIC), Navitas Professional, Australia
Mr Andrés Bayer, Regional Manager, South-East Asia, RMIT University, Australia
 
2.4.P. Pathways to student success Poster
Fulfilling diverse learner needs: preparing students for university success through a personalised online learning experience
Ms Katherine Olston, Director, University of Sydney Centre for English Teaching , Australia
The challenges of developing student-centred pathways programs – re-engineering the engineering diploma at Monash College
Mr Hamid Khattak, Associate Director, Monash College, Australia
 
Thursday 12 October, 4.15pm
2.5.A. Outbound learning mobility of Australian university students 2015-16
Mr Stephen Connelly, Director, GlobalEd Services, Australia Presentation
Dr Shevahn Telfser, Manager, CSU Global, Australia Presentation
Ms Rebecca Hall, Executive Director, International Education and Training Unit, Trade & Investment Queensland, Australia Presentation
Mr Monty Singh, Vice President (Global), Southern Cross University, Australia
 
2.5.B. Diversity in student expectations and cultivating an internationally diverse campus
Same same, but different: the diverse expectations of international students
Ms Lyndell Jacka, Head of Research, IDP Education, Australia
Cultivating an internationally diverse campus Presentation
Mr Vik Singh, General Manager Asia Pacific, Hotcourses Pty Ltd, Australia
Ms Michelle Hosemann, Marketing Manager, Monash University, Australia
 
2.5.C. Leadership and the diversity deficit in international education Presentation
Ms Arfa Noor, Deputy Convener Marketing and Recruitment SIG, IEAA, Australia
Ms Ruby Biscuit, Director, Macquarie University International College, Australia
A. Prof. Shanton Chang, Assistant Dean (International), School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Ms Julia Hoon, General Manager, Admissions, Bond University, Australia
Ms Rachelle Towart, Pipeline Talent
 
2.5.D. Measuring success in employability and pathway programs
Measuring employability in TNE: the known, the unknown and the challenge to know
Dr Fion (Choon Boey) Lim, Educational Quality Coordinator (TNE and External Delivery), Victoria University, Australia
Factors influencing Chinese students’ academic success in an Australian university’s pathway program: an empirical test Presentation
Dr Helen Yang, Head of Discipline – Accounting and Information Systems, Victoria University, Australia
Prof. Alan Farley, Senior Business Adviser, Victoria University, Australia
Dr Lee Min, Lecturer, Asia-Australia Business College, Liaoning University, China
 
2.5.E. Diverse approaches to educating and being ethical global citizens Graphic
Prof. Betty Leask, Pro Vice-Chancellor Teaching and Learning, La Trobe University, Australia
Dr Tracy Fortune, Entry Level Courses Coordinator, Occupational Therapy, La Trobe University, Australia
Dr Chyrisse Heine, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer, La Trobe University Academic, Australia
Ms Joanna Shaw, Manager of International Student Services, La Trobe University, International Office/Silk Lotus, Australia
Ms Shinead Borkovic, Student, La Trobe University, Australia
Ms Helena Sanderson, Student, La Trobe University, Australia
Ms Renee Somoza, Student, La Trobe University, Australia
Dr Sonia Reisenhofer, Academic Coordinator (Academic Partnerships), College of Science, Health and Engineering, La Trobe University, Australia
 
2.5.P. New approaches to TNE in China and Vietnam Poster
‘The Belt and Road’ promotes new approaches to transnational education for Chinese VET institutions
Ms Xia Tao, Associate Professor/Teacher, Shijiazhuang University of Applied Technology, China
Effective transnational teaching and learning in Vietnam? The voices of postgraduate students and academics
Ms Annie (Thi My Dung) Truong, Postgraduate student, Victoria University, Australia
 
Friday 13 October
Friday 13 October, 9.00am
3.1.A. Embracing diversity through international education in regional Australia
Mr Peter Mackey, Director, International Trade, NSW Department of Industry | NSW Trade & Investment, Australia
Ms Dunya Alruhaimi, Project Officer, The International Hub, Australia Presentation
Ms Judith Uren, A/g Manager, Student Experience, Study Melbourne, Australia Presentation
Prof. Talal Yusaf, Executive Director (International and Development), University of Southern Queensland, Australia Presentation
Ms Anne Ripper, Director, Government Education and Training International, Tasmanian Government Department of Education, Australia Presentation
 
3.1.B. Innovative models in tertiary education: game changers or dead ends?
Dr Daniel Guhr, Managing Director, Illuminate Consulting Group, United States Presentation
Prof. Peter Frappell, University of Tasmania, Australia
Ms Goldie Blumenstyk, Senior Writer, The Chronicle of Higher Education, United States
Dr Janet Ilieva, Founder and Director, Education Insight, United Kingdom
Mrs Melissa Banks, Vice-President, International Education Association of Australia, Australia
 
3.1.C. Let’s call it what it is: racism from the students’ perspective
Ms Arfa Noor, Deputy Convener Marketing and Recruitment SIG, IEAA, Australia
Mr Sajjad Askary, Volunteer, Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, Australia
Ms Wesa Chau, Director, Cultural Intelligence, Australia
Suraj Sarabajeet, International student, University of Tasmania
 
3.1.D. Embracing diversity in the Australia Awards program: a case study from South and West Asia Presentation
Mrs Kirsty Harris, Director, South Asia Regional Section, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia
Mr Tony Crooks, Team Leader, Australia Awards South and West Asia, Sri Lanka
Ms Nisha Singh, Australia Awards Scholar, Flinders University, Australia
Ms Cucu Saidah, Australia Awards Scholar, Flinders University, Australia
Ms Erin Robbins, Senior Program Manager, Australia Awards and Alumni Branch, Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Australia
 
3.1.E. The power of student-led marketing: using influencers and creating brand champions Graphic Presentation
Ms Jackie Kassteen, Owner and Managing Director, Jackfruit Marketing and FruitFame.com, United Kingdom
Dr Gretchen Dobson, Vice-President, International Alumni & Graduate Services, and Managing Director, Australia, Academic Assembly, Inc., Australia
 
3.1.F. Internationalisation of the curriculum: future directions in a globalised world Presentation
Prof. Betty Leask, Pro Vice-Chancellor Teaching and Learning, La Trobe University, Australia
Dr Wendy Green, Senior Lecturer, Tasmanian Institute of Learning and Teaching, University of Tasmania, Australia
Dr Tracy Fortune, Entry Level Courses Coordinator, Occupational Therapy, La Trobe University, Australia
Ms Mariana Lane, Project Manager International Education, Independent Schools Queensland, Australia
 
3.1.P. Innovations and new approaches in mobility Poster
Global mobility: the key to student success?
Ms Rebecca Cozens, Global Mobility Coordinator (Outbound), Griffith University, Australia
Dr Amanda Daly , Lecturer, Griffith University , Australia
 
Friday 13 October, 10.35am
3.2.A. Diversity in practice: supporting the next generation of women leaders Presentation
Ms Dawn Hewitt, Senior Advisor Australia and New Zealand, ISEP, Australia
Dr Davina Potts, Associate Director Global Leadership and Employability, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Mrs Martha Johnson, Assistant Dean, Learning Abroad, University of Minnesota, United States
Ms Rebecca Hall, Executive Director, International Education and Training Unit, Trade & Investment Queensland, Australia
 
3.2.B. Unleashing human potential – edutech and international education Presentation
Ms Helen Zimmerman, Government and Stakeholder Relations, Navitas Ltd, Australia
Ms Kadi Taylor, Head, Strategic Engagement and Government Relations, Navitas, Australia
Mr Riley Batchelor, CEO, EduGrowth, Australia
Ms Maria Spies, Med., Digital Learning Futures, Navitas, Australia
A. Prof. Matthew Riddle, Director of Educational Innovation, La Trobe University, Australia
 
3.2.C. Visit, live, study, work: the Tasmanian approach to destination marketing and university-government cooperation
Mr Anthony McHugh, Manager, International Student Recruitment, University of Tasmania, Australia
Rob Wilson, Executive Director, International, University of Tasmania, Australia Presentation
Ms Erin Buttermore, MA, Acting General Manager, Trade and International Relations, Tasmanian Government Department of State Growth, Australia Presentation
Ms Cathryn Carey, Executive Manager International, Tourism Tasmania, Australia Presentation
 
3.2.D. Demand for English language skills
Asia rising: an in-depth analysis of supply and demand of English-taught programs in Asia
Mr Magnus Olsson, Co-Founder and Director, StudyPortals, Sweden Presentation
 
3.2.E. Time to talk about it: mental health issues among international students in Australia Graphic
Dr Benjamin Veness, BAcc MBBS MPH, Doctor, Writer, Churchill Fellow, Past President of the Australian Medical Students' Association, Alfred Health, Australia Presentation
Mr Brian Smith, Stakeholder Engagement Manager, IDP Education, Australia
Dr Paul Richards, Head of Work & Student Health, Bupa, Australia Presentation
 
3.2.N. Learning Abroad Network Conversation
Ms Linda Rust, Manager, Mobility and Cairns Office, Future Students and International, James Cook University, Australia
Ms Leanne Harrison, Student Recruitment Manager, UNSW Canberra, Australia
Mr Simon Davies Burrows, Manager, Internationalisation, Edith Cowan University, Australia
 
3.2.P. Gamification and the international student experience Poster
Gamifying the international student experience through CET’s Student Engagement Program
Mr Robert Chasse, Education Manager Services, The University of Sydney, Australia
Game changer: a student-centred approach to orientation, transition and safety through gamification
Mrs Lena Mete, Manager, Marketing and Communications, Education Queensland International, Australia
Mr Jack Stathis, Director, International Business, Sales and Marketing, Education Queensland International, Australia
 
Friday 13 October, 12.00pm
3.3. Closing Plenary
Keynote | It's okay to be different Graphic
Mr Dilruk Jayasinha, Comedian, actor and former international student, Australia
Closing remarks
Mr Warwick Freeland, Chief Strategy Officer, IDP Education, Australia