American Higher Education Alliance Announces Free Membership for 12 Months Boca Raton, FL. June 1, 2021 American Higher Education Alliance (AHEA), a nonprofit organization focused on promoting internationalization and equity in higher education, announced today that it is offering a year-long free membership to individual faculty and administrators who apply between June 1 and September 1,…

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As American Higher Education Alliance’s new president, it is a privilege to pen my first blog on behalf of the organization. AHEA is a ‘new kid on the block’ in higher education non-profits, and we have a unique purpose that is reflected in our mission statement: We drive equity in higher education by connecting the…

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Member benefits support global collaboration, faculty development, and academic quality assurance measures Boca Raton, FL. April 13, 2021 American Higher Education Alliance (AHEA), a nonprofit organization focused on promoting internationalization and equity in higher education, announced today the launch of its new membership and benefits program. Membership levels enable individual faculty and administrators, academic departments,…

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AHEA’s member initiative creates a global network through collaboration and learning experiences. Boca Raton, FL  American Higher Education Alliance (AHEA), a nonprofit organization focused on promoting internationalization and equity in higher education, is pleased to announce the appointment of Karli Grant as their new President. She succeeds Benjamin Shank, who has stepped down to head Tower Education Technologies, Boca…

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American Higher Education Alliance (AHEA) and Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration (CONAHEC) have joined forces to globalize higher education virtuallyand in-person. November 23, 2020. Boca Raton, Florida.  For Immediate Release. As colleges and universities face the mounting challenges associated with COVID-19, American Higher Education Alliance (AHEA) and the Consortium for North American Higher…

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As seen on Class for Zoom: https://www.classedu.com/6-ways-to-improve-your-zoom/ By ClassEDU | October 15, 2020 As teachers around the country work to engage students remotely, they’re continually on the lookout for ways to improve the online experience. It’s a learning process for many, but fortunately, some instructors have been engaging students online for some time and have…

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As seen in BriefMobile: https://www.briefmobile.com/the-benefits-of-online-learning-and-a-true-education-reset/ By BriefMobile | September 3, 2020 In the world of college instruction, online education is on everyone’s minds these days—and rightfully so. Professors and students have had to make a sudden and unexpected switch to new methods of teaching and learning, and the broader higher education community is wondering what…

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As seen in Cordoba: https://cordoba.world.edu/2020/09/03/how-an-international-relationship-is-changing-the-way-we-educate/ By Cordoba Musings | September 3, 2020 In 2018, the International Association of Universities (IAU) conducted a global survey of 907 higher education institutions from 126 countries, identifying the importance of internationalization to academic leadership. The survey revealed that around 83% of respondents rated internationalization as highly important, namely in…

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As Seen in The Pie News: https://thepienews.com/news/ahea-conahec-partnership/#.XzGBlAlV0EI.twitter   American Higher Education Alliance and the Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration have announced a partnership which will allow their members to virtually collaborate on “co-development and programmatic internationalisation”. “The partnership between CONAHEC and AHEA will help faculty and students develop their intercultural competencies and institutions…

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Less than five months into the COVID-19 pandemic colleges and universities are beginning to announce plans to reopen for the Fall 2020 semester, despite not knowing how many students may return to campus. Nearly half of high school graduates have changed their collegiate plans due to the virus, and more current students are requesting gap…

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