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Saturday, 14 April 2018
9:00-9:30
9:30-12:30
Workshops I
InternationalizationEMICooperationInternationalizationProjectsInternationalizationSustainable
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Marcio de Castro Silva Filho, USP, Brazil

Denise Neddermeyer, EMBRAPII, Brazil

Marcia Beatriz Cavalcante, Brazil

Simone Sarmento, UFRGS, Brazil

Ana Luiza Freitas, UFCSPA, Brazil

Leonardo Nardon, US Department of State, USA

Rita Moriconi, EducationUSA, USA

Mathew Johnston, Australian Government Department of Education and Training, Australia

Charlotte Grawitz, Euraxess

Nico Jooste, Nelson Mandela University and IEASA, South Africa

Peter Cunningham, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa

André Duarte, UFPR, Brazil

Matthias Schmidt, Beuth Hochschule für Technik Berlin, Germany

12:30-14:00
14:00-17:00
Workshops II
OfficeProjectsCooperationSustainableRankingsOfficeSustainable
L210L214L144L150L154L160L222

Rita Barbosa Louback, PUC-Minas, Brazil

Patrícia Spadaro, UNESP, Brazil

Vladimir di Iorio, UFV, Brazil

Carlos Ramos, IPP, Portugal

Leonardo Nardon, US Department of State, USA

Rita Moriconi, EducationUSA, USA

Maria Ortueta, SEPIE, Spain

Pablo Martín González, SEPIE, Spain

 

Jason Newman, QS Intelligence Unit, UK

Juan Carlos Mejia C., QS Intelligence Unit, UK

 

Sonja Knudson, MUN, Canada

CANCELLED

Participants will be allocated in other workshops of their choice.

André Duarte, UFPR, Brazil

Sunday, 15 April 2018
16:30-17:00
17:00-18:00
(Teatro Odylo Costa Filho, UERJ)
18:00-19:30
(Teatro Odylo Costa Filho, UERJ)Session Chair: José Celso Freire Jr., UNESP/FAUBAI

Angelica Dass, Humanae Project, Brazil

19:30-21:00
Monday, 16 April 2018
9:00-10:30
(Sala B3/B4) [Research]Session Chair: Leandro R. Tessler, Unicamp/FAUBAI

Paulo Sergio Lacerda Beirão, FAPEMIG, Brazil

Adel El Zaim, Internationalization Canada, Canada

10:30-11:00
11:00-12:30
Parallel I
LangPoliciesGraduateAcademicCooperationProjectsCooperationCooperationCooperation
Sala 1Sala 2Sala 3Sala 4Sala 5Sala 6Sala 7Sala 8
Session Chair: Ron Martinez, Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR)Languages And Internationalization Of Higher Education: An Analysis Of Faubai ConferencesSimone Sarmento, UFRGS; Laura Knijnik Baumvol, UFRGS/Simon Fraser UniversityLanguage Policies And Internationalization Of Higher Education In Argentina. Fostering Multilingualism In A Seemingly Monolingual Community: The Case Of The National University Of The North West Of The Province Of Buenos AiresMaría Pilar Traverso, Universidad Nacional del Noroeste de la Pcia de Buenos AiresCollaborations For Internationalization: Blended Language Learning And Curriculum Partnerships, Brazil And CanadaEliane Segati Rios Registro, Universidade Estadual do Norte do Parana; Cath D'Amico, Trent University; Glenda Fish, Trent University Session Chair: Ana Luiza Pires de Freitas, UFCSPAAssisting Young Researchers In Developing An International Research Career: Institutional Strategies And Best Practices From German Graduate Schools.Christiane Wüllner, Ruhr University Bochum; Michael Klimke, Technical University of Munich (TUM); Fernando Baldraia, Freie Universität Berlin; Sören Artur Metz, Technical University of Munich (TUM); Nora Jacobs, Freie Universität Berlin; Stephan Hollensteiner, UA Ruhr Session Chair: Sabine Gorovitz, UnBCatholic Identity And InternationalizationHans de Wit, Boston College; Kelber Tozini, Boston College; Gustavo Borba, UnisinosInterculturality: A Bridge Between Knowledge And PeopleNatália Tosatti, CEFET-MG; Jerônimo Coura-Sobrinho, CEFET-MG; Liliane Neves, CEFET-MGInternationalisation And The Humanities: Creating Global Citizens Through Intercultural Awareness TrainingMairead Moriarty, University of Limerick Session Chair: Pery Shikida, UnioesteOne Hundred Years Of The Cordoba Movement: Genealogy For A Latin American Perspective Of Internationalization Of Higher EducationFernanda Geremias Leal, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC); Mário César Barreto Moraes, Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina (UDESC)The Role Of Regional Integration In The Internationalization Process Of Universities In The Guiana RegionManuela Görtz, Federal University of AmapáOpportunities Of Academic Exchange Between Ucsp And Brazilian InstitutionsCarlos Zeballos Velarde, Universidad Católica San Pablo; Maria Alejandra Maldonado Adrian, Universidad Católica San Pablo; Efrain Zenteno Bolaños, Universidad Católica San Pablo; Yvan Túpac Valdivia , Universidad Católica San Pablo; Ana Villanueva Llapa, Universidad Católica San Pablo Session Chair: Carlos Ramos, Polytechnic of PortoResearch Cooperation Between Brazil And Europe In Ict: Experience With Joint CallsCarlos Kamienski, Federal University of ABC (UFABC)Engeneering And Knowledge Management As Relevant Tools For InternationalizationLuciane Stallivieri, Universidade Federal de Santa CatarinaEnhancing Research Opportunities For International Engineering Students Through Summer Research And International SymposiumsBinod Tiwari, California State University, Fullerton; kari Knutson Miller, California State University, Fullerton; Christine Pircher-Barnes, California State University, Fullerton; Joao Barros, California State University, Fullerton; Eduardo Paciencia Godoy, UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista, Sorocaba Session Chair: Esther Brimmer, NAFSA: Association of International EducatorsThe 100,000 Strong In The Americas Innovation Fund: Facilitating Strategic Higher Education Partnerships And Student ExchangeUkiah Busch, Partners of the Americas; Maggie Hug, Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs, U.S. Department of State; Representatives from Innovation Fund grant winning HEIs in Brazil and U.S. , TBDIncreasing Collaboration Through Institutional Partnerships -- Innovation GrantsLeonardo Nardon, U.S. Embassy Brazil; Rita Moriconi, EducationUSA Session Chair: Ana Azevedo, Education New ZealandBroadening The Sphere Of Academic Cooperation Between New Zealand And BrazilMatthew O’Meagher, Latin America CAPE Session Chair: Phil HoneywoodStories Of Australian Science 2017Mathew Johnston, Australian Government Department of Education and Training; Cristina Elsner, Australian Government Department of Education and Training; Lais Araujo, AustradeFobraus- Fostering Brazil-Australia Collaboration StrategySolange Lima, The Univerisity of Queensland; Camila Couto e Cruz, The University of Queensland; Micheli Duarte de Paula Costa, The University of Queensland; Juliana Barbosa Nunes, The University of Queensland
12:30-14:00
14:00-15:30
(Sala B3/B4) [Rankings]Session Chair: Renée Zicman, FAUBAI

Sabine Righetti, RUF, Brazil

John Hudzik, MSU, USA

15:30-16:00
16:00-17:30
Parallel II
EMIProjectsAcademicNetworksCurriculumRankingsOfficeCooperation
Sala 1Sala 2Sala 3Sala 4Sala 5Sala 6Sala 7Sala 8
Session Chair: Denise Abreu e Lima, IsF-MEC UFSCARWhy Teach In English?Ron Martinez, Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR)International Class: The Use Of Emi As A Way To Promote International And Transdiciplinary Education At Home.Diana Faraon, Universidade Salvador - UNIFACSEnglish As A Medium Of Instruction (Emi) At Ufcspa And Pucrs: An Asset In Fostering Internationalization At HomeHeloísa Orsi Koch Delgado, PUCRS; Ana Luiza Pires de Freitas, UFCSPA Session Chair: Paulo Veiga, USPMobility As A Necessary Starting Point For Internationalization Of Research. An Overview With Experiences From The Finceal And Erasmus Plus ProgramsCataldo De Blasio, Åbo Akademi University; Margareta Björklund-Sänkiaho, Åbo Akademi UniversityTowards An Action-Based Approach In International Projects: The Case Of The Erasmus+ Capacity Building Project ListoPhilipp Baur, Uppsala University, International Office; Moyses Araujo, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Uppsala UniversityFunding International Collaboration – How To Write A Winning Funding Proposal With Little Time, Experience Or ResourcesGustaf Cars, Uppsala University Session Chair: João Falcão e Cunha, UPortoFluxo Para O Conhecimento: Considerações Sobre O Aumento De Estudantes Colombianos Para As Universidades Brasileiras.Fábio Cabral Durso, Universidade Federal da Integração Latino-americana; Luis Eduardo Alvarado PradaO Monolinguismo Do Ingles Na Construcao Do ConhecimentoSabine Gorovitz, Universidade de Brasilia - UnB; Paula Clarice Santos Grazziotin de Jesus, UFSCMediacao Intercultural No Instituto Politecnico Da GuardaPedro Cardão, Instituto Politécnico da Guarda; Anabela Fonseca, Instituto Politécnico da Guarda Session Chair: Gutenberg Albuquerque Filho, IFCECooperation Nhl Stenden University Of Applied Sciences With Ifce, Ifpi And UfpiRudy Folkersma, NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences; René Laan, NHL Stenden; Jan Jager, NHL StendenPreparing The First Set Of Multidisciplinary And Co-Creative Projects “[email protected]” In An Erasmus+ Project Europe – Latin AmericaCarlos Ramos, Instituto Politecnico do Porto; Constanza Miranda, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile; Rodrigo Alcarez, Fundacion Instituto Professional DUOC UC; Ruberley Souza, Instituto Federal de Goiás; Juliana Alves, Instituto Federal do Triângulo MineiroA Institucionalizacao Da Internacionalizacao Da Rede Federal De Educacao Profissional, Cientifica E Tecnologica: Caminhos Para A Sustentabilidade.Monica Maria Montenegro Oliveira, Instituto Federal da Paraíba; Lia Nelson Pachalski, Instituto Federal Sul Riograndense; Magda Maria Gomes Brandão Zanotto, Instituto Federal de Alagoas Session Chair: Márcio Venício Barbosa, UFRNShifting Perspectives In Mobility: The Rise Of International Internship Programs And Their Effects On Student EmployabilitySamantha Cameron, The Intern Group; Tamara Ellenhorn, The Intern GroupNorwegian Students Combining Internships And Studies In Brazil: Opportunities And ChallengesBo Byrkjeland, Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU); Rune Andersen, Innovation Norway and the Research Council of Norway; Joana Brauer Goncalves, Royal Norwegian Embassy in Brasilia; Rune Bjåstad, Royal Norwegian Consulate General in Rio de JaneiroThe Double Degrees And The Research Cooperation Between The Portuguese Professional Hei And The Brazilian HeiArmando Pires, CCISP Session Chair: Sabine Righetti, RUFAcademic Reputation Of Universities In Latin AmericaJuan Carlos Mejia Cuartas, QS - Intelligence UnitGood Practices In International OfficesSonia Guimarães, IFMTDrivers And Tools For Internationalization Of Hei's: A Management ApproachMagda Ferro, Universidade Católica Portuguesa Session Chair: Liliane Rezende, UFSJEmergency Plan For Higher Education InstitutionsRita Maria Santos, Universidade do Porto; Bárbara Costa, Universidade do PortoInternationalization AgentValesca Walesko, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná - PUCPR; Marcelo Távora Mira, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná - PUCPR; Vivian Nascimento, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná - PUCPRThe Southeastern Minas Gerais Federal Institute International ExperienceDaniel de Oliveira, Instituto Federal do Sudeste de Minas Gerais Session Chair: Basel Alashi, CBIECollaboration And Innovation: Navigating The Canadian Research LandscapeBasel Alashi, Canadian Bureau for International Education; Sonja Knutson, Memorial University of Newfoundland; TBD TBD
Tuesday, 17 April 2018
9:00-10:30
(Sala B3/B4) [Internationalization]Session Chair: Lívia Reis, UFF/FAUBAI

Simon Schwartzman, IETS, Brazil

Hans de Wit, BC, USA

10:30-11:00
11:00-12:30
Parallel III
LangPoliciesCooperationCurriculumProjectsSustainableInternationalizationNetworksCooperation
Sala 1Sala 2Sala 3Sala 4Sala 5Sala 6Sala 7Sala 8
Session Chair: Heloisa Orsi Koch Delgado, PUC-RSSupporting International Publication Through A University Writing CenterRon Martinez, Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR)Parana Speaks English Program And Smrt English - First Results Of This Innovative Language ProgramEliane Segati, Universidade Estadual do Norte do Paraná; Paulo Silva, Smrt EnglishThe Establishment Of Language Centers At Ifpe: Experience ReportThiago Figueredo, IFPE; Jussara Pimentel, IFPE European Contributions To Brazilian Higher Education And Research Institutions InternationalizationCharlotte Grawitz, EURAXESS Brazil; Philippe Michelon, Consulat général de France à Rio de Janeiro Session Chair: Orlanda Mabel Cordini de Rosa, UFVJMDinamicas Interculturales En La Internacionalizacion Curricular. Experiencias Y DesafiosGracia María Clérico, Universidad Nacional del Litoral; Patricia Rosa Ingüi, Universidad Nacional del Litoral; Raquel Martins de Asis, Universidad Federal de Mina Gerais; Yuri Elias Gaspar, Universidade Federal dos Vales do Jequitinhonha e Mucuri; Roberta Vasconcelos Leite, Universidad Federal de Mina Gerais; Jorge Malachevsky, Universidad Nacional del Litoral; Libéria Rodrigues Neves, Universidad Federal de Mina Gerais; Angeles Ramírez Barbieri, Universidad Nacional del Litoral; Ana Lydia Santiago, Universidad Federal de Mina GeraisLa Experiencia De Internacionalizacion Del Curriculum De La Universidad Nacional Del Litoral, ArgentinaJulio César Theiler, Universidad Nacional del Litoral; Miguel Sergio Rodríguez, Universidad Nacional del LitoralLet’S Go Digital! - Designing The Future And Changing The Way We WorkJorge Santos, Universidade do Porto; Bárbara Costa, Universidade do Porto Session Chair: Luciane Stallivieri, UFSCBeyond Alliance For Knowledge: The Challenges And Strategies Of A Latin-Nordic Academic CooperationPaula Casari Cundari, Universidade Feevale; Marja Räikkönen , Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK); Mervi Friman, Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK)International Exchange Agreements: The Need Of A Strategic ApproachAntônio de Lima Júnior, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais (PUC/MG); Gabriela Ferreira, Universidade de São Paulo (USP) e King's College London (KCL)Defining, Implementing And Evaluating Your Institutional Strategy For InternationalisationBarbara Claeys, Ghent University; Barbara Costa, Universidade do Porto; Patricia Petit, Université de Liège Session Chair: Ana Saggioro Garcia, UFRRJSustainable Collaboration: Balancing Diversification Of Knowledge Paradigms, Academic Freedom And Partner Loyalty In The South African Postcolonial UniversityCornelius Hagenmeier, University of the Free State; Corli Witthuhn, University of the Free StateStudent Mobility To Sustainable Partnerships: Swb As Catalyst For Enhanced U.s.-Brazil CollaborationVera Galante, Brazil Representative - IIE; Ahmad Ezzeddine, Wayne State UniversityEnhancing Quality And Advancing Sustainability Of International Cooperation In Education And Research: The Case Of The Dublin Institute Of TechnologyBing Wu, Dublin Institute of Technology Session Chair: Valesca Walesko, PUC-PRInternationalization At Home – The Global Leaders Program – Facens And Coventry University Experience.Caio Cesar Souza, Faculdade de Engenharia de Sorocaba; Tanya Krekmanova, Coventry University; Jessica Bird, Coventry UniversityThe Use Of Alumni Experiences As A Strategy To Stimulate Internationalization At HomeSimone Perez, Nuffic Neso Brazil; Eduardo Zdanowicz, Nuffic Neso BrazilInternational Student Consulting Projects: Integrating Business Cases With AcademiaDaniel Amgarten, Campus Brasil; Kavita Hamza, FEA-USP Session Chair: John Hudzik, MSUThe Internationalization Of Research: A Public Good Or An Economic Commodity?Eric Spears, Columbus State University; Joao dos Reis Silva Jr, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos (UFSCar)The Role Of The Universities Of Applied Sciences And Arts (Uas) In The Landscape Of Higher Education In SwitzerlandPedro Capra, swissnex BrazilSouth African Basic Education Language Policy: Battles With CourtsTakalani Mashau, University of Venda; Fhatuwani Ravhuhali, University of Venda Language Policies For Internationalisation In The AmericasDiana Daste, British CouncilSupporting The Internationalisation Of Higher Education In Brazil - An Overview Of British Council's WorkCíntia Toth Gonçalves, British Council; Diana Daste, British Council
12:30-14:00
14:00-15:30
Parallel IV
EMINetworksGraduateProjectsSustainableCurriculumNetworksSustainable
Sala 1Sala 2Sala 3Sala 4Sala 5Sala 6Sala 7Sala 8
Session Chair: Eliane Segati Rios Registro, UENPA Teacher Training Course For English Medium Instruction (Emi) ProfessorsKarina Fernandes, UFPR/PUCPR; Ron Martinez, UFPRO Processo De Internacionalizacao Das Ies E O EmiIrailson C. Souza Junior, PUCPR; Karina A. R. F. Couto de Moraes, PUCPRThe English Semester Program At PucprMarcelo Távora Mira, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná; Valesca Walesko, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná; Vivian Escorsin do Nascimento , Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná Session Chair: Rita Moriconi, EducationUSAThe Changing Global Environment For Higher Education And Knowledge Development For Internationalization: View From NafsaEsther Brimmer, NAFSA: Association of International EducatorsThe Role Of Faubai In The Internationalization Of Education - A Portuguese PerspectiveJoão Falcão e Cunha, Universidade do Porto Session Chair: William Brustein, West Virginia UniversityUsp-Sc And Csuf: An Ongoing Graduate Teaching And Research Collaboration ExperienceCharles Lee, California State University Fullerton; Elias Helou, Universidade de São Paulo; Paulo Veiga, Universidade de São Paulo; José Cuminato, Universidade de São PauloEuropean International Phd Training Networks Fostering Development Of Enhanced Doctoral Training At Local Level To Support The Internationalisation Of Research Brazil - IrelandMaria Sousa Gallagher, University College Cork; Maria Bardosova, University College Cork; Cliona Maher, University College CorkInternationalization Of Phd Programs. Research On Institutional Practices In HungaryLaura Kovacs, Tempus Public Foundation Session Chair: Antonio Chalfun Junior, UFLAScience Without Borders : Implementation Of A Quality Based Process By Campus France, Key To Success For Developping Many Other International Partnerships WorldwideOlivier Chicheportiche, Campus France; Béatrice Khaiat, Campus FranceHow Top Canadian Universities Are Using Caldo As A Vehicle For InternationalizationAlain Boutet, Dalhousie University; Gary W. Slater, University of OttawaKooperation Agreement Between The Technical University Vienna And The Ufrgs Architecture / Smart CityMarkus Tomaselli, TU wien Session Chair: Nadia Comerlato, UFRJPoliticas De Internacionalizacao Da Pucrs: Apoio Institucional Para O Fortalecimento De Praticas De Colaboracao Internacional DuradourasHeloisa Orsi Koch Delgado, PUCRS; Cristina Becker Lopes Perna, PUCRSCollaborative Models For Technology Transfer And CommercializationBronwyn Jenkins-Deas, University of California, Riverside; Rosibel Ocha, University of California, RiversideEnabling Global Engagement At University College Dublin IrelandPaul Fanning, University College Dublin Session Chair: Azenaide Abreu Soares-Vieira, IFMSCultivating Teachers’ Dialogical Competences In Finnish-Brazilian Research And Development ContextSanna Ruhalahti, HAMK University of Applied Science, School of Professional Teacher Education; Irma Kunnari, HAMK University of Applied Science, School of Professional Teacher EducationGira Mundo Finland: Paraiba State In Educational Policies For Mobility And International Teacher Training ProgrammeAlexandre Fonseca D'Andrea, Federal Institute of Paraíba (IFPB), João Pessoa campus; Jamylle Rebouças Ouverney-King, Federal Institute of Paraíba (IFPB), Cabedelo campus; Francisco Petrônio Alencar Medeiros, Federal Institute of Paraíba (IFPB), João Pessoa campus; Irma Kunnari, Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK)Teacher Training And Internationalization: A Case Study Of The Undergraduate International Program (Pli)Andrea Vieira, University of Brasilia; Patricia Gomes, University of Brasilia; Felipe Tavares, University of Brasilia; Joaquim soares-neto, University of Brasilia Session Chair: Lavern Samuels, DUTDeveloping Successful Virtual International Collaboration Courses In Engineering: An Inter-American ExperienceCarlos Kamienski, Federal University of ABC; Ahmad Ezzeddine, Wayne State University; Farshad Fotouhi, Wayne State UniversityCollaborative Online International Learning (Coil) For Curricular Internationalization: One Approach To Meet Many Higher Education NeedsJan McCauley, SUNY COIL Center; Sally Crimmins Villela, SUNY Office of Global Affairs; Osvaldo Succi, Fatec Americana; Hope Windle, SUNY Ulster Community CollegeInternationalization At Home Through Virtual Exchange: An Institutional PerspectiveGianmario Besana, DePaul University; Daniel Stanford, DePaul University Session Chair: Vitor Amaral, UFRJDeepening The Partnership: Ways To SucceedBruce Silner, SUNY New Paltz; Ricardo Alencar, PUC-RioCapacity Building For Internationalization: An University Unit Focus On Oceans And CoastsMilton Asmus, Federal University of Rio Grande; Newton Marube, Federal University of Rio Grande; Karina Molina, Federal University of Rio GrandeSharing Good Internationalization Practices From A University Of Health SciencesAna Luiza Pires de Freitas, Universidade Federal de Ciências da Saúde de Porto Alegre; Isabela Beraldi Esperandio, Universidade Federal de Ciências da Saúde de Porto Alegre
15:30-16:00
16:00-17:30
Parallel V
LangPoliciesResearchGraduateProjectsInstitutionalCurriculumNetworksCooperation
Sala 1Sala 2Sala 3Sala 4Sala 5Sala 6Sala 7Sala 8
Session Chair: Simone Sarmento, UFRGSLanguage Policies And Language Teaching As Supporting Strategy For InternationalizationDenise Abreu e Lima, IsF-MEC UFSCAR; Waldenor Moraes, IsF-MEC UFU Session Chair: Luzia Jucá, UEPAConnext Higher Education With The Private And Publice Sector By The Living Lab Biobased Brazil ConceptErik Lammers, Avans University of Applied Sciences; Vladimir Oliveira Di Lorio, UFV; Guilherme Salvador, UFVFacilitating The Internationalisation Of Research With A Focus On Bilateral Links With Brazil; A Case Study From The University Of Warwick, Uk.Emily Lim, University of WarwickInternationalization Of Research And Impact On Graduate Students TrainingAlain Boutet, Dalhousie University Session Chair: Ricardo Alencar, PUC-RioCotutelles: Is Case-By-Case The Best Practice?Vitor Amaral, Federal University of Rio de JaneiroSupervision Challenges Experienced By International Postgraduate Students In An Open Distance E-Learning Institution In South AfricaTintswalo Manyike, UNISA; Sello Mokoena, UNISAWriting A Literature Review: An Overview For International Postgraduate StudentsSello Mokoena, University of South Africa; Tintswalo Manyike, University of South Africa; Tshilidzi Netshitangani, University of South Africa Session Chair: Angela Maria de Randolpho Paiva, PUC-RioImproving Professional Communication Skills: A Strategic Tool For InternationalizationHelmara Moraes, US EmbassyThe Innovation On Campus: Generating And Implementing New IdeasGuilherme Almeida, University of California, RiversidePurdue Geare Program: Developing Global Academic And Industrial RelationshipsJoe Tort, Purdue University; Heidi Arola, Purdue University Session Chair: Gustavo Tripaldi, UNNERiesal - Red Regional Para El Fomento De La Internacionalizacion De La Educacion Superior En America LatinaRenée Zicman, FAUBAI - Associação Brasileira de Educação Internacional; Alvaro Maglia, AUGM - Asociación de Universidades Grupo MontevideoInternacionalizacion Universitaria, Prioridades De Los Actores Y Desafios De Gestionvaleria Pattacini, Universidad Nacional de San Martin; Fiorella Wernicke, Universidad Nacional de Avellaneda; Lionel Korsunsky, Universidad Nacional del ComahueAbordaje Del Proceso De Internacionalizacion En La Educacion Superior Mediante La Internacionalizacion En CasaMario Eduardo De Bortoli, Universidad Nacional del Nordeste; Jorge Omar Marighetti, Universidad Nacional del Nordeste; Sandra Udrizar Lezcano, Universidad Nacional del Nordeste Session Chair: David Julien, OUI-IOHEInternational Teacher Training - Brazil Meets FinlandCarita Prokki, Tampere University of Applied SciencesTeachers' Professional Development In Brazil-Finland PartnershipIrma Kunnari, Häme University of Applied Sciences, Research Unit of Professional Excellence; Azenaide Abreu Soares-Vieira, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Mato Grosso do Sul (IFMS),; Marja Laurikainen, Häme University of Applied Sciences, Global educationCurricular Innovation: Finnish Contribution To Rethink Brazilians’ Teacher Training ProgramsAzenaide Abreu Soares-Vieira, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Mato Grosso do Sul (IFMS); Conceição de Maria Cardoso Costa, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Brasília (IFB); Marize Lyra Silva Passos, Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of Espírito Santo (IFES) Session Chair: Ahmad Ezzeddine, Wayne State UniversityMeasuring The Impacts Of Coil/virtual Exchange On Students’ Intercultural Awareness: Assessment Design In PracticeJan McCauley, SUNY COIL Center; Sarah Guth, University of Padova; GianMario Besana, DePaul University; Rosi Leon, DePaul UniversityDeveloping And Implementing Coil Courses: A Yearly Check UpJan McCauley, SUNY COIL Center; GianMario Besana, DePaul University; Daniel Stanford, DePaul University; Osvaldo Succi, Fatec Americana; Eva Haug, University of Applied Sciences Hogeschool van Amsterdam; Hope Windle, SUNY Ulster Community College; Sonja Knutson, Memorial University of NewfoundlandThe Intercultural Dimension To Mobility In The Internationalization Of Higher EducationKaren Tomaszewski Homen de Góes, Bloom - Desenvolvimento Intercultural e Profissional Session Chair: Cristina Russi Guimarães Furtado, UERJLanguage Policy Within The Internationalization Efforts At Brazilian Universities: Challenges And Strategies At The Implementation Of German Courses In The Isf-ProgrammePaul Voerkel, DAAD/UerjBrazilian-German Academic Cooperation – Continuity And New HorizonsMartina Schulze, DAAD- German Academic Exchange ServiceThe Probral Program As A Successful Example For The Internationalization Of Research Between Germany And BrazilRita Meyer, DAAD Serviço Alemão de Intercâmbio Acadêmico
20:00-23:00
(Rio Scenarium)
Wednesday, 18 April 2018
9:00-10:30
Parallel VI
LangPoliciesResearchInternationalizationCurriculumNetworksSustainableCooperation
Sala 1Sala 2Sala 4Sala 5Sala 6Sala 7Sala 8
Session Chair: Waldenor Moraes, IsF-MEC UFULanguage Education As A Foundation And Catalyst For Internationalization Partnerships And Student Mobility: A Canada-Brazil ModelRachel Lindsay, Languages Canada; Gonzalo Peralta, Languages Canada; Denise Abreu e Lima, Idiomas sem FronteirasParana Et Canada Parlent Francais!: Parana-Canada Cooperation For French Language Education Capacity-BuildingEliane Segati Rios Registro, Paraná Speaks English / Paraná Parle Français program / Universidade Estadual do Norte do Paraná (UENP); Rachel Lindsey, Languages Canada; Catherine Rodriguez, l'Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)Multilingual Students And Internationalization At Home At Unipampa Campus BageKatia Vieira Morais, Universidade Federal do Pampa; Larissa Assis Costa, Universidade Federal do Pampa Session Chair: Magda Ferro, Universidade Católica PortuguesaInternational Research Collaborations At A Network LevelAlec Webb, Australian Technology Network of Universities; Renee Hindmarsh, Australian Technology Network of Universities; Vinicius Barreto, Australian Technology Network of UniversitiesCritical Factors In Building Successful International Research CollaborationJovana Savanovic, University College London (UCL)An ‘International Zero Waste Academic Collaboration’ (Izac): Confronting Tomorrow’S Environmental Challenges Today!Jonathon Hannon, Zero Waste Academy, Massey University; Gustavo Rittl, ILZB / UDESC; Jamile Sabatini Marques, LabCHIS, UFSC; Rogério Portanova, UFSC\CGA; Twisa Nakazima Nakazima, IFSC\DACC|Campus Florianópolis; Amauri Bogo, UDESC\SCII DEAN Session Chair: Rita Castro, UEFSMonitorando A Mobilidade Internacional Das Ies Brasileiras: Uma Experiência PioneiraVera Galante, Institute of International Education (IIE); Renée Zicmann, FAUBAICommunity Based Learning And ResearchTerence Miller, Marquette University; Ricardo Alencar, PUC-Rio Session Chair: Vladimir Oliveira Di Lorio, UFVThe Pucpr-Ksu American Academy - Liberal Arts Education In BrazilVivian Escorsin do Nascimento, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná; Valesca Walesko, Pontifícia Univrsidade Católica do Paraná; Marcelo Távora Mira, Pontifícia Univrsidade Católica do ParanáInternationalizing The Curriculum Of A Citizenship University In The South F Brazil: A Case StudyMaria Elizabeth da Costa Gama, Universidade do Vale do Itajaí-Univali; Cynthia Christine Ebert , Universidade do Vale do itajaí- UnivaliThe Impact Of Different Study Abroad Programs On Program Expectations, Cultural Competence, And Perceived Student EngagementJoao Barros, California State University Fullerton; Risto Marttinen, California State University Fullerton; Brianna Meza, California State University Fullerton; Maria Beitzel, California State University Fullerton Session Chair: Béatrice Khaiat, Campus FranceBack From Russia: How The First Abmes Delegation Open New Ventures For The Internalization Of Brazilian HeisLioudmila Batourina, ABMES; Celso Niskier, UniCariocaCaie : Gateway To The AmericasDavid Julien, Organizacao Universitaria Interamericana (OUI-IOHE); Marie-Claude Payette, Université de Montréal; TBD TBD, Colombian UniversityHigher Education Relations Between Hungary And Latin AmericaZoltan Dubeczi, Hungarian Rectors' Conference Session Chair: Wendell Meira, UFTMIntegrated Actions For Social Engagement And Innovation In The Internationalization Of Higher Education In The State Of MaranhaoVirginia Maria Freire, Federal Institute of Education/IFMA; : Thales Andrade, Universidade Estadual do Maranhão/UEMA; Maria Helena Sales, Federal Institute of Education/IFMAEnhancing Mobility For Access Students In IrelandSinead Lucey , Irish Universities AssociationLos Angeles Basin Minority Health And Health Disparities International Research Training Program (Mhirt): An Experience In International Collaboration For Research And TrainingMarcelo Tolmasky, California State University Fullerton Session Chair: André de Macedo Duarte, UFPRTowards East: Improving Academic Cooperation Between Brazilian And East Asian UniversitiesAziz Tuffi Saliba , UFMG; Dawisson Belém Lopes, UFMGInsituto Confucius No Brasil E A Funcao No Intercamio Educative E Cultural Brasil-ChinaJianzhen Qiao
10:30-11:00
11:00-12:30
(Sala B3/B4)Session Chair: Maria Leonor Maia, UFPE/FAUBAI

José Celso Freire Jr., FAUBAI, Brazil

Esther Brimmer, NAFSA

Sabine Pendl, EAIE

Leolyn Jackson, IEASA, South Africa

Gustavo Tripaldi, RedCIUN-CIN, Argentina

David Julian, OUI-IOHE

Beatrice Khaiat, Campus France

Sean Marley-Casimir, CONAHEC

12:30-13:00
13:00-14:00
14:00-15:00

Hugo Medeiros Gallo da Silva, Ministry of Labour, Brazil

15:00-17:30
17:30-18:30

 


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