Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLS)

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Open Meeting: Critical Dialogue on Our Work as International Educators

Friday, June 2
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
LACC, Room 304C

Join colleagues to discuss your views on scholarship, issues, and challenges in the field of international education.

Jennifer M. Creamer

Director, Center for Global Engagement
Robert Morris University

Jennifer Creamer, PhD, is the Director of Global Engagement at Robert Morris University where she oversees education abroad, international student services, and campus internationalization. A cultural anthropologist, Creamer has conducted qualitative research on the impact of study abroad and the international student experience. A member of the NAFSA Trainer Corps since 2010, she is an active trainer and presenter at national international education and anthropology conferences. In addition, she serves as the TLS content chair for the NAFSA 2018 National Conference. Creamer has experience studying abroad in Mexico and Japan in high school and college, teaching ESL in Japan, and leading Japanese students on short-term programs to the United States. She received her BA in anthropology and East Asian studies from Colby College and her PhD in cultural anthropology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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Jiangyuan Zhou

Internationalization Specialist
Stockton University

Dr. Jiangyuan (JY) Zhou works as the Internationalization Specialist at Stockton University. Her work focuses on internationalizing the campus and the curriculum. She has published her research and work on internationalization of higher education and global learning in peer-reviewed journals, and presented at various conferences including AIEA, NAFSA, and AAC&U Global Learning Conference. She led workshops for faculty from diverse disciplines on various campuses. She also created and taught a course called “Understanding Global Learning” based on AAC&U VALUE Rubric. She works closely with faculty members on globalizing their courses across the disciplines. She has initiated and developed many global learning projects to integrate and enhance the roles of technology, languages, and cultures across the curriculum. All these workshops, courses, and projects are very popular and received great feedbacks from students, faculty, staff, administrators, and local community members, and have positive impacts on strengthening global learning at Stockton University. The presenter received her doctoral degree in Educational Theory and Practice, MA in Applied Linguistics, and BA in English Literature.

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