Changes created in response to the pandemic have become permanent elements of curricula, especially as colleges and universities continue to embrace online learning. This has altered how—and where—students attend class, so how will it impact study abroad programs?
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Will lockdowns in countries like China, Australia, and New Zealand have an influence on the study abroad experience there, driving students to choose places like Korea and Singapore that have managed to mitigate the worst impacts of the pandemic?

In The Chronicle’s upcoming Virtual Forum, “What’s Next for Study Abroad and Global Partnerships,” a panel of experts will answer questions about what the future of study abroad might look like.

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Karin Fischer
Karin Fischer
Senior Writer, The Chronicle of Higher Education


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Jeffrey Riedinger
Vice Provost for Global Affairs
University of Washington

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

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Professor Hikyoung Lee
Vice President, International Affairs
Korea University


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 


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