Our Oxford/Wroxton meeting is fast approaching, May 22-24, 2015. Please be advised that all the rooms at the McDonald Randolph Hotel, the meeting venue, have been filled out. Any members who are still interested in attending the meeting should be able to find alternative lodging at the following link: http://view2.fdu.edu/global-education/iaup-50/hotel-registration/.
We are delighted to announce that our sister organization, the Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP,) will celebrate its 20th Anniversary in July 2015, which will coincide with the 25th Founding Anniversary of Suranaree University of Technology (SUT) where the AUAP Headquarter is housed. As IAUP member, we deem it important to invite you to this event as AUAP and IAUP are partner organizations.
We are pleased to invite all IAUP members and the academic community worldwide to celebrate with us our Semi-Annual meeting "Higher Education in 2065" to be held on May 20-25, 2015 at Oxford and Wroxton, United Kingdom. The IAUP 50th Anniversary meeting will be held in Oxford at Trinity College and Wroxton College (Farleigh Dickinson University, Oxfordshire.) This will be a conference of historical importance for IAUP. The co-hosts of this conference will be Farleigh Dickinson University and Kyung Hee University, two of our IAUP founding institutions. Other sponsors include ELS and Seoul Cyber University.
The following event by one of our IAUP members may be of interest to many in higher education, especially those interested in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara (UAG,) a longtime IAUP member will host the 11th International Conference of the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU,) on February 25-27, 2015. The Title of this conference is "100,000 Strong in the Americas: Challenges and Opportunities for a More Prosperous and Fair Hemisphere."
Give your students the opportunity to speak at the United Nations!
We are pleased to announce that ELS and the United Nations Academic Impact global initiative are working together again to support the positive impact of multilingualism through the Many Languages, One World— Student Essay Competition and Youth Forum. Many Languages, One World is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for talented, bright multilingual students to present their perspective and opinions at the General Assembly of the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. This year’s essay topic asks students to research and reflect on the proposed sustainability goals of the United Nations post-2015 global development agenda.