Ireland's Taoiseach Enda Kenny Greets the Forum
Ireland’s Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Enda Kenny discussed the Forum’s European Conference at a luncheon he hosted two weeks ago in Washington, DC. Forum President Brian Whalen and Enda Carroll, Manager of the Centre for Study Abroad at University College Dublin, the host institution for the conference, shared the plans for the conference with the Taoiseach. The Taoiseach commented that he was sure that attendees would enjoy Dublin as the host city for the conference.
Pictured below at the luncheon are: Hugh Cooney, Chairman of Enterprise Ireland; Taoiseach Enda Kenny; Enda Carroll; Brian Whalen.
Forum European Conference: Session Proposal Deadline Changed to July 15
The deadline for submitting session proposals for the Forum’s first European Conference, to be held in Dublin, December 5-7, 2012, has been changed to July 15, 2012. According to President and CEO Brian Whalen the extension “accommodates better the schedules of our European members and colleagues, who are expected to be the primary attendees at the conference.” To view the Call for Proposals visit http://www.forumea.org/Dublin2012.cfm
Forum/NACUA Clery Workshop: June 13
The Forum is engaged in an ongoing partnership with NACUA (National Association of College and University Attorneys) to provide Forum members with up-to-date information on Clery Act implications for our field. We want to alert you to the fact that the Department of Education continues to amend education abroad reporting requirements.
The most comprehensive resource to assist institutions and organizations to understand these new requirements is the full-day workshop addressing recent changes to the Clery Handbook. Implications of the New Clery Handbook - What Does it Mean for Education Abroad?
will take place on Wednesday, June 13, 2012, 9:00am to 4:00pm at the George Washington University in Washington, DC.
More details regarding this workshop and how to register may be found here: http://www.forumea.org/CleryWorkshopJune2012.cfm
Photo credit: This issue's photo comes to us from Spanish Studies Abroad