The Future of International Education

Friday, April 14, 3:15pm–4:30pm

ROOM #341

Panelists will share insights about where international education is headed in Georgia. They will examine K-16 demographic trends and college to career pipelines. The discussion will focus on advocacy for international education, expanding access to global experiences, inclusion of international and nontraditional students, as well as the connections between international education and student success. Audience members will hear predictions about what students and international educators can expect in the next five to ten years and learn about the innovative ways our state and higher education institutions are preparing students to be the global leaders and changemakers of tomorrow.


Blurb / Gallery Set

Tammy Rosner


Director of International Education, USG

Dr 'Dimeji Togunde


Vice Provost for Global Education and Professor of International Studies, Spelman College

Tina Rousselot de Saint Céran


Director, International Student and Scholar Services, Georgia Institute of Technology

Patrick Wallace


Director of World Languages and Global Workforce Development, Georgia Department of Education

Farrah Bernardino


Senior Director, Office of International Initiatives, GSU