International partnerships have played an important role in supporting valuable research, building robust student and faculty exchanges, and giving universities a greater world view. But, amid political tensions and an ongoing pandemic, these partnerships have been shaken. How can universities re-engage globally?
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The Chronicle and APAIE have joined forces to bring you a special virtual forum examining the changes occurring within global partnerships and the potential impact of the pandemic, particularly within the Asia-Pacific region. Our panel of experts will seek to answer:
  • Will the health crisis and other issues lead to fewer, but deeper, partnerships between universities?
  • Will student flows, which were already changing prior to the pandemic, change where there is interest in developing ties?
  • How will joint-degree programs offered by partner institutions change as a result of remote learning, including the development of fully online models, consortia, and hybrid programs?
Karin Fischer
Karin Fischer
Contributing Writer, The Chronicle 

Jun Liu
Jun Liu
Rector, City University of Macau

Joanna Regulska
Joanna Regulska
Vice Provost and Dean of Global Affairs, University of California at Davis

Sarah Todd
Sarah Todd
Vice President, Global, Griffith University President, APAIE  

Michael Wesley
Michael Wesley
Deputy Vice Chancellor International, University of Melbourne


Ariana Berumen
Student, University of California at Berkeley

Vani Mittal
Student, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Sherry Pagoto
Director of the UConn Center for mHealth and Social Media, University of Connecticut

Malik Singleton
Student, Harris-Stowe State University