CCID 2017 Annual Conference Schedule

 
NOTE: Sessions recommended for faculty and one-person offices are designated with an asterisk (*).

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2017

Preconference Workshops
8:00am - Noon


Health, Safety, and Risk Management for Study Abroad:
Community College Sustainable Development Network Best Practices

Champions III
1-day workshop - Additional $200 Registration Fee - Register Here


Intercultural Context - Day 1 of 2
Humber College

Champions I & II
2-day workshop - Additional $200 Registration Fee - Register Here



CCID Board Senior International Officer Lunch
12:30pm - 1:30pm
Summit
by invitation only



CCID Board Senior International Officer Meeting
1:30pm - 4:30pm
Founders I
by
invitation only
 



SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2017

Preconference Workshops
8:00am - Noon

Building for the Future: A Comprehensive Model for Establishing an International Programs Office

Alamo Colleges
Champions VI & VII
1-day workshop - Additional $200 Registration Fee - Register Here


Intercultural Context - Day 2 of 2
Humber College
Champions I & II
2-day workshop - Additional $200 Registration Fee - Register Here


CCID Board Meeting
8:00am - Noon
Champions III
by invitation only

  

Exhibitor Hall Open
11:00am - 5:00pm


Sy Fersh Keynote and Grand Opening Luncheon
12:00pm - 2:30pm
Legends Ballroom 



Faculty Forum*
2:30pm - 5:00pm
Champions III

Richard Johnson, Harper College
Cory Wanek, Waukesha County Technical College
Linda Petee, Delta College
Crystal Starkey, Delta College
Susan Scarboro, Davidson County Community College
Monika Byrd, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
Nellie Khalil, Harper College



Concurrent Sessions Round I 
2:30pm – 3:30pm


Sister Cities Partnerships:  Opportunities for Collaboration with Community Colleges
Founders I

Mary Kane, Sister Cities International
Ellen Goldberg, Sister Cities International
Tom Gittins, Gittins and Associates

 


Global* Citizens or Educational Tourists? Helping Students Create Meaning from International Experience
Founders II
Rebecca Fitzgerald, Humber College

 


Spain: North American Language and Culture Assistants 
Founders III
Jesús Chico Valencia, Education Advisor, Embassy of Spain
 


Aligning Industry Needs with College Global Initiatives:
Leveraging Partnerships to Enhance Economic Development

Champions I & II

Naomi Boyer, Polk State College
Kim Simpson, Polk State College


 


Strategic Alliances and the Internationalization
of Technical Programs in the Americas

PowerPoint #2
Champions V

Sylvie Thériault, Fédération des Cégeps
Anne-Marie Lemay, Fédération des Cégeps

David Julien, OUI-IOHE

 
   

Building an Overseas Campus:
Success Stories and Lessons Learned

Champions VI & VII

Jennifer Oliver, Box Hill, Australia
Norman Gray AM, Box Hill, Australia
Gigi Do, International Leadership of Texas
NOTE: Sessions recommended for faculty and one-person offices are designated with an asterisk (*).
 


Coffee Break
3:30pm - 4:00pm

Exhibitor Hall 



Concurrent Sessions Round II
4:00pm – 5:00pm



France: Transatlantic Friendship and Mobility Initiative
Founders I
Lea Futschik, Cultural Services,
Embassy of France in the United States

 


EducationUSA Roundtable*
PowerPoint w/Pictures
Founders II

Eythan Schiller, EducationUSA
Vincent Flores, EducationUSA

Partnership between Lone Star College
and
Qufu Normal University*
Founders III

Li Wei, Lone Star College
Erin DeSouza, Lone Star College
Lori Richter, Lone Star College
Gary Conners, Lone Star College

 

100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund -
How Community Colleges Engage

Champions I & II
Ukiah Busch, Partners of the Americas
Lee Tablewski, Partners of the Americas
Jose Julian Prieto, SENA
Alex Peterson, Snow College
Daisy Rodriquez-Pitel, Pima College

Yvonne Perez, Pima College
 


Partnership  Mongolia!
Champions V

John Espy, Volunteer State Community College
Carol Topping, Volunteer State Community College
Jamiyan Dolgormaa, University of Finance and Economics, Mongolia


Interdisciplinary Collaboration
Towards Global Understanding
* 
Champions VI & VII

Linda Schumacher, William Rainey Harper College
Kelly Coronado, William Rainey Harper College
  NOTE: Sessions recommended for faculty and one-person offices are designated with an asterisk (*).
 


Reception
5:00pm - 7:00pm
Discovery A & B

Cash bar

 


SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2017

Breakfast
8:00am - 9:30am
Exhibitor Hall



Exhibitor Hall Open
8:00am - 6:00pm



Concurrent Sessions Round III
9:30am – 10:30am


Grant Writing Workshop, Part I*
Creating a scope of work

Creating a budge narrative
Guides and sources for Grants
SENA RFP
Types of Fundraising Sources
Manuel Gonzalez, Northampton Community College
Alex Peterson, Snow College
Dona Cady, Middlesex Community College
Judith Hogan, Middlesex Community College

 

Collaborative Programs for Community Colleges:  
Ireland as a Model
*
Founders II

 Niamh Hamill, Institute of Study Abroad Ireland
Pamela Scheffler, Hawaii Community College
Linda Petee, Delta Community College
Katherine Clyde, Pitt Community College

 
 

Cultivating Strong and Sustainable
Recruitment Partner Relationships

Founders III

Wendy Stewart, Green River College
Stephanie Scoby, Green River College
 
Using Community Connections to Leverage Campus Internationalization 
Founders IV
Linda Yazdani, Red Rocks Community College

Spain Service Learning:  
Steps and Strategies

Champions III
Sarah Melanson, Valencia College
 

Misses are Really Hits!  
How to Reframe Experience to Achieve Success

Champions V

Yvonne Perez, Pima College
Daisy Rodriguez-Pitel, Pima Community College

 
 NOTE: Sessions recommended for faculty and one-person offices are designated with an asterisk (*).



Concurrent Sessions Round IV
10:45am – 11:45am



Grant Writing Workshop, Part II*
Founders I

Manuel Gonzalez, Northampton Community College
Alex Peterson, Snow College
Dona Cady, Middlesex Community College
Judith Hogan, Middlesex Community College


 


The Value of Africa Study Abroad:
A Student-Faculty Collaborative
*
Founders II

Fay Beauchamp, Community College of Philadelphia
Lucia Gbaya-Kanga,  Community College of Philadelphia
Debonair Oates-Primus, Community College of Philadelphia
 

Faculty SIOs: Portrait of the Artist
as a Quasi-Administrator*
Founders III

Richard Johnson, Harper College
Sandra Martins, College of DuPage
Katherine Schuster, Oakton Community College
 

Tools for Study Abroad*
PowerPoint #2
Founders IV

Jeff Thaxter, iNEXT International Insurance
Kerry Geffert, Terra Dotta


 

Integrating Virtual Teams and WebLive Instruction in
Your College's Global Learning Strategy*
Champions III

Dawn Wood, Kirkwood Community College
Todd Pruscha, Kirkwood Community College
Lori Merlak, Kirkwood Community College
Theresa Lyford, RMIT, Australia
  NOTE: Sessions recommended for faculty and one-person offices are designated with an asterisk (*).
 


Awards Luncheon
Noon - 1:45pm
Legends Ballroom



Concurrent Sessions Round V
2:00pm – 3:00pm



Education Solutions for Global Competitiveness
PowerPoint #2
Founders I

Anita Gordy-Watkins, Dallas County Community College District
Laura Collins, George W. Bush
Institute
 
   

Mobile App Solution for Short Term
Education Abroad Programs

Founders III

K Austin Baade, Waukesha County Technical College
Matthew Green, Waukesha County Technical College


Three's Company not a Crowd:
A Perfect Alignment between the U.S. and Japan

Founders IV

Jill Bruellman, College of Lake County
Tamara Brattoli, Joliet Junior College


 
 

Flying Faculty: One Model for Making
International Degrees Accessible to US Students
*
Champions III

AnneLiese Busch, Seminole State College of Florida
Richard Barnes, Pathways2Education


Internationalizing through Strategic Program Reporting:
A Unique Look at the
Kapi'olani Community College International Education Annual Report*
Champions V

Shawn Yacavone, University of Hawai'i at Kapi'olani CC


 
 NOTE: Sessions recommended for faculty and one-person offices are designated with an asterisk (*).



Coffee Break
3:00pm - 3:30pm

Exhibitor Hall 


Concurrent Sessions Round VI  
3:30pm – 4:30pm



The American Overseas Research Centers:
Lessons from the Faculty Development Seminar in Senegal
*
Founders I

Monica Clark, Council of American Overseas Research Centers

 

US Government Programs:
 Opportunities for Students
*
Founders II

Bo Knutsen, Critical Language Scholarship
Courtney Castillo, Gilman Scholarship
Lee Rivers,
Fulbright
 


Creating an International and Global Learning Experience for Students: Strategies for Overcoming Barriers
Founders III

Janice Thomas, Brookdale Community College
Andrea Lynch, Mercer County Community College


A Framework for Learning Abroad: Comparative Analysis*
Founders IV

Parita Vithlani, Harford Community College


 

The Community College Student Internationalization Experience Survey: National and Campus Perspectives*
Champions III

Ron Opp, University of Toledo
Penny Poplin Gosetti, University of Toledo
Christine Knaggs, Adrian College
Naomi Boyer, Polk State College
Cynthia Anderson, Moraine Valley Community College

 
    
Leveraging the Consortium Model:
Expanding Resources, Community and Capacity
Through Building in International Education

Champions V

Jayme Kreitinger, College Consortium for International Studies
David Moore, Broward College 
Katherine Schuster, Oakton Community College
 NOTE: Sessions recommended for faculty and one-person offices are designated with an asterisk (*).
 


Conference Wrap-Up Happy Hour
4:45pm – 7:00pm
Discovery A&B

Cash bar


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2017

 

Lone Star College Cy-Fair Campus Visit and Barbecue
9:00am - 2:00pm

$20 additional fee includes transportation and barbecue lunch.