Thursday, March 31 | 18 :00 CET I Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in a European Study Abroad Context
– Janine Ludwig (Dickinson College, University of Bremen, Germany)
– Julia Carnine (Dickinson College, Toulouse, France)
– Allison Davis-White Eyes (Fielding Graduate University, USA)
– Philipp Kneis (Oregon State University, USA)
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Wednesday, April 20| 16 :00 CET I Your 60- MinuteSelf-Care Break: Workplace Well-Being for Study Abroad
– Team Hexagon (Brian George, Spain)
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Thursday, June 9| 16 :30 CET I The Benefits of Engaging in Study Abroad Associations
– Loren Ringer (APUAF – France)
– Fabrizio Ricciardelli (AACUPI – Italy)
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EUROPEAN STUDY ABROAD CONFERENCE
FEBRUARY 10-11 I 16:00 – 18.30
COMING UP SOON:
FEBRUARY 10-11 I 16:00 – 18.30
Tuesday, October 12 | 16 :00 – 17 :00 I Finding Order: Navigating Pandemic Protocols
The APUAF team that created the Covid-19 Fact Sheets will provide a quick history of why and how these precious tools came together before opening the discussion of restarting our programs with new protocols affecting nearly every aspect of our programs.
- Lisa Fleury, Associate Director, Vassar-Wesleyan Program in Paris
- Alexandra Mitchell, Senior Director of Regional Programs, CEA
- Jeanne Fourneyron, Director, Tufts in Paris
- Amy Tondu, Associate Director, Middlebury College in France
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Monday, November 15 | 17:00 – 18:00 I Technology & Study Abroad: Tool or Hindrance?
What has the COVID-19 emergency taught us about technology and study abroad? How can we leverage technology in our mission and delivery of authentic transformational experiences abroad?
- Michael Wright, Director of European Programs, Duquesne University
- Alana Sacriponte, Assistant Director, Duquesne in Rome
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Diversity Workshop April 29th 17:00 CET
Critical Dialogue Nov 10th 2020 @3pm
EUASA and the Forum on Education Abroad offered a Critical Dialogue entitled “Education Abroad in Europe: All Voices at the Table” on Tuesday, Nov 10th at 3pm CET. Onsite directors and staff are often “out of sight and out of mind” when it comes to decision making in SA. This session explored how to create stronger alliances and how to improve meaningful communication especially in moments of crisis, thus fostering greater inclusion in the relevant discussions.
Thursday 15th October 5-6 pm CET
Developing a Community of On Site Staff in Europe.
Stephen Robinson – Champlain College Dublin
Christine Kelly-Vereda – CASA Granada
Thursday 22nd October 5-6 pm CET
Strengthening the Voice of On Site Staff in Europe.
Pia Schneider – Iowa State University in Rome
Julia Carnine – Dickinson College in Toulouse
Wednesday 4th November 4-5pm CET
Tales from the Lockdown.
Stephen Robinson – Champlain College Dublin
Michael Wright – Duquesne University in Rome
Friday 20th November – 2-3 pm CET
So, How is Spring Looking?
Loren Ringer – Parsons Paris
Mónica Pérez-Bedmar – APUNE
EUASA presents at the FORUM of EDUCATION ABROAD: Oct.27th 2020 3:45pm CET
EUASA and Study Abroad in Europe: Dealing with the pandemic now and tomorrow
When COVID-19 hit Europe, the European Association of Study Abroad (EUASA) leveraged its large network to ensure that its members were in close contact in order to share information and best practice as it evolved. EUASA was able to gather data since early March 2020, will lead a discussion of how European programs are adapting to changes and what future models are envisioned by its many members.
Sept 24th 2020: EUASA offered a FREE ONLINE EVENT
Study Abroad Community Connects: Personal Impact
The sector faces unprecedented challenges and the need for collective reflection on what has happened, where we are presently, and what our future might look like. Come share your stories and experiences in a supportive, collegial and practical discussion. We encourage on-site staff, faculty and program directors from across Europe and the US to join us for an interactive, “Town Hall” style session.
MAy 7th 2020 EUASA’s ANNUAL ASSEMBLY:
Due to Covid-19 travel restrictions EUASA’s annual Assembly and Board Meeting hosted by APUNE (Madrid) took place online. All EUASA representatives attended and the minutes of the meeting can be found on EUASA’s website under the page “member area”.
EUASA in BRUSSELS, January 20th 2020:
EUASA delegates visited the ERASMUS+ offices in Brussels and met with the officers of the DG for EDUCATION& CULTURE and with the officers of the DG MIGRATION&HOME AFFAIRS. The meeting was a first step to inform the officers about the reality and the economic impact of Study Abroad in Europe.
Project Call for Collaborators “Resident Directors in Europe“
EUASA undertakes a research project which aims to conduct a study on the role, understanding, responsibility, career, challenges, concerns, satisfaction, and support for study abroad Resident Directors, specifically those living and working in Europe.
Deadline to enroll: January 30
Oct 16-19 2018 EUASA at THE FORUM’s 4th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE IN PRAGUE:
EUASA’s CRITICAL DIALOGUE on Tuesday Oct 16th with 40 participants was very well received.
Sept 12-15 2017 EAIE CONFERENCE in SEVILLE EUASA participated at a Poster Session (#207) at the EAIE conference on Sept 13th which was entitled: ADVOCATING A EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE IN STUDY ABROAD: EUASA (European Association of Study Abroad) http://www.eaie.org/seville/programme/programme-overview/activity/1298.html Pia K.Schneider and GF. Borio presented the poster to the audience:
May 5th 2017 ANNUAL ASSEMBLY AND BOARD MEETING in GENEVA The annual ordinary EUASA Assembly 2017 and Board Meeting did successfully take place at Webster University on May 5th 2017 at 10am at Route de Collex 15, Bellevue-Geneva. Present at the meeting were 13 representatives of the European Associations from Greece, Switzerland, UK, Italy, France and Germany and a special delegate from the Global Education USA services.
March 29-31 2017 FORUM OF EDUCATION ABROAD, SEATTLE EUASA did participate in the Forum of Education Abroad Conference in Seattle with a lunchtime conversation on THURSDAY MARCH 30 from 12-1.30pm. Title of the session: INTRODUCING EUASA (European Association of Study Abroad): WHERE ARE WE GOING? NEW FRONTIER? https://forumea.org/training-events/annual-conference/general-info-2/
Alexis Phylactopoulos (AAECG Greece) and Gian Franco Borio (AACUPI Italy) presenting EUASA at the Forum in Seattle March 2017. Their short message from conference was: “In a rapidly changing and politically challenged Europe, we believe that Education & Study Abroad is a key to the future … and EUASA seeks to play a crucial role to facilitate the process and to increase student mobility in Europe”.
March 21-13 THE FORUM OF EDUCATION ABROAD in BOSTON EUASA participated at the Breakfast Connections at the Forum conference on Friday March 23rd. https://forumea.org/training-events/annual-conference/schedule/
EUASA presented at the Forum of Education Abroad Conference in Athens, Oct 5-7th, 2016. The event was EUASA’s first public announcement at a Study Abroad event. https://forumea.org/training-events/european-conference/general-info-2/ Save & Exit
THE EUASA FOUNDATION MEETING, May 5-7th, 2016 Vienna
OCT 5-7th 2016 FORUM OF EDUCATION ABROAD, ATHENS
“INTRODUCING EUASA, A PAN-EUROPEAN ORGANIZATION: HOW CAN WE CREATE A BARRIER-FREE ZONE FOR STUDY ABROAD IN EUROPE?” The session was led by Pia Schneider (Iowa State University of Science and Technology and AACUPI); Jana Čemusová (CIEE and AAUP CZ); Loren Ringer (The New School/Parsons Paris and APUAF); Stephen Robinson (Champlain College and AASAPI); Gian Franco Borio (AACUPI). The session was attended by approx. 40 people. 26 of the participants are members of European national associations that constitute EUASA. The main business of the session was to generate new ideas and define short-term as well as long-term goals for EUASA. Such was accomplished through discussions in four working groups who focused on the following topics:
- Legal Framework in the EU
- Applying US Policies in the EU
- Safety& Security in EU/US
- Mental Health and Substance Abuse in EU/US
The outcomes of the session were reported at the second EUASA Board meeting following the session in Athens. The report of the meeting is available under the menu Members area.
OCT 7th, 2016 EUASA BOARD MEETING, ATHENS:
The second Board Meeting in 2016 did take place in Athens, at the Forum of Education Abroad, on Friday Oct 7th at 4.30pm. The minutes of the meeting are available under the menu Members area.
Several meetings took place to discuss the goals and the mission of EUASA
Second EUASA Preparation Meeting, June 5th, 2015, Geneva
Second EUASA Preparation Meeting, Nov 6th, 2015, Berlin