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Academic Ethics Across Cultures: Preparing Your Students and Your Campus - (WS32)

Tuesday, May 30
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
LACC, Room 511C

Member Fee: $300.00 | Non-member Fee: $429.00

Is it cheating or sharing? Students traveling across cultures may encounter different cultural definitions of cheating and plagiarism. Learn how culture influences understandings of academic ethics, and how to educate international and study abroad students, faculty, and staff to prevent crises.

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Anne Hayner

Associate Director for Alumni Relations
Kroc Institute for Int'l Peace Studies, Univ. of Notre Dame

Anne Hayner is Associate Director for Alumni Relations at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies in the Keough School of Global Affairs at the University of Notre Dame, where she has worked since 1987. Over this time she has been responsible for coordinating admissions, orientation, student services, and reentry for a highly international MA program in peace studies. She is now responsible for developing a professional peacebuilding network among alumni in 70 countries and connecting students with alumni for career development. In recent years she has presented sessions, workshops and posters for NAFSA and CASE on international alumni relations and on academic ethics across cultures. She majored in languages at the University of Michigan and earned an MA in peace and justice studies from the Earlham School of Religion. She has lived in France, Germany, Israel, and Ireland and speaks four languages.

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Erin Hillis

Associate Director of International Programs
Rhodes College

Dr. Erin Hillis is the Associate Director of International Programs and the PDSO at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. She is also an adjunct Educational Studies faculty member in the field of TEFL. She received her PhD in Applied Linguistics (2017) from The University of Memphis; previous degrees are an MA in English as a Second Language (2000) and a BA in Linguistics (1998) from the University of Memphis. She is primarily responsible for F and J international students and exchange programs at the College, but also works with US students and faculty on study abroad exchanges and programming. Erin currently serves on the Chair-stream for NAFSA Region VII and was previously involved in the leadership for both the Tennessee Association of International Educators and Study Tennessee. Erin has been in the field of international education since 2004 and routinely presents for national and regional NAFSA conferences on topics such as diversity in study abroad, LGBTQ issues in international education, academic ethics across cultures, technology, and international student academic support.

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Liz Cosgrove

Center Director
ELS Language Centers/Dallas

Liz became Center Director and DSO at ELS/Dallas in March of 2016. Liz was also Center Director at ELS/Lubbock for four years prior to moving to the Dallas Center. From 2001-2011 Liz spent over ten years living in Taiwan. She started teaching English as a Foreign Language in 2001 and was the Director of Schoolhouse Language Center/Jhen Chang in Kaohsiung, Taiwan for over 7 years. Liz is currently serving as the 2015-2017 NAFSA Region III Intensive English Program Liaison. Liz has a long-standing connection to the international student community as instructor, administrator and host family.

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