The Registration for the XVII IAUP Triennial Conference, to be held in Yokohama, Japan on June 11-14, 2014 remains open and both IAUP and non-IAUP members who are interested in participating are urged to do so as early as possible.
The Triennial offers an unparalleled opportunity to network with hundreds of University Presidents/Rectors/Vice Chancellors from around the world and to take part and enrich the discussions in this unique program.
Dr. Toyoshi Satow, President of JF Oberlin University (Japan) and in-coming President of IAUP, recently visited UN Headquarters and met with the Secretary-General. He also spoke with the UNAI Newsletter. The full text of the interview can be downloaded here.
President of IAUP Dr. Neal King published an article reflecting on the state of global higher education as well as IAUP Presidency 2011-2014. The title of the article is “Creating Global Citizens”. The article was published by University World News.
Approximately forty delegates, including more twenty active and former vice chancellors, gathered in Livingston, Zambia, just a few miles away from the legendary Victoria Falls, from 3 to 5, April 2014. The conference was attended by delegates from both public and private universities from East Africa, Southern Africa and West Africa.
Established in 2004, the Asia-Pacific Association for International Education Annual Meeting brings together higher education institutions from the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. This year, in Seoul, Republic of Korea, the meeting was attended by a delegation from the International Association of University Presidents (IAUP), including Secretary-General Jason Scorza, Vice Provost for International Education at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and Treasurer-Elect Ichiro Tanioka, President of Osaka University of Commerce.