Meet the authors and editors: Tips for publications

Meet the authors and editors: Tips for publications [click the map to check scholars who attended this event).

Aug 20, 2020 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada) |

Distinguished Speakers

Dr. Darla K. Deardorff, Research Scholar, Duke University, USA.

Dr. Darla K. Deardorff is Executive Director of the Association of International Education Administrators, a leadership organization. She is also a research fellow at Duke University. She has worked in the international education field for over twenty-five years & previously held positions at North Carolina State University & the University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill where she has had experience in study abroad, international student services, cultural programming, & ESL teaching/teacher training. Founder of ICC Global, a global research network on intercultural competence, as well as the World Council on Intercultural and Global Competence, she has lived, taught & worked in Germany, Japan, & Switzerland.


Dr. Yingyi Ma, Associate Professor, Director of Asian/Asian American Studies, Syracuse University, USA

Yingyi Ma is an Associate Professor of Sociology, a Senior Research Associate at the Center for Policy Research, and Director of Asian/Asian American Studies. Professor Ma is a sociologist of education and migration. She is the co-editor of Understanding International Students from Asia in American Universities: Learning and Living Globalization (2017), which has won the Honorable mention of the Best Book Award from the Study Abroad and International Students Section, Comparative and International Education Association. Her new book, Ambitious and Anxious: How Chinese Undergraduates Succeed and Struggle in American Higher Education, is forthcoming by Columbia University Press in December 2019. Professor Ma has received grants from the National Science Foundation, Alfred Sloan Foundation, and Association of Institutional Research. She received her Ph.D. in sociology from Johns Hopkins University in 2007.


Dr. Bernhard T. Streitwieser, Associate Professor, The George Washington University, US

Dr. Streitwieser earned his PhD in International and Comparative Education from Columbia University, Teachers College; his MS in Applied Linguistics from Georgetown University; and his BA in International Relations and a Minor in Spanish from the University of Virginia. From 2010-2013 Dr. Streitwieser was a visiting professor at Berlin’s Humboldt Universität, where he was funded by research grants from the Fulbright Commission and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). He also served in 2012-2013 as Interim Chair of the university’s Department of Comparative Education. From 2002-2010 he was Associate Director and Senior Researcher at Northwestern University’s Searle Center for Advancing Learning and Teaching, and was also a Lecturer in the School of Education and Social Policy.


Dr. Ly Tran, Associate Professor, School of Education, Deakin University, Australia

Ly Tran is a Professor in the School of Education, Deakin University and an Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow. Her research focuses on international education, international students, student mobility, international student graduate employability, Australian students’ learning and engagament in the Indo-Pacific region via the New Colombo Plan and staff professional learning in international education. She also undertakes research on higher education, vocational education and graduate employability in Vietnam and China.


Dr. Anthony C. Ogden, Vice President of International Learning & Engagement, STAR Scholars Network, USA

Anthony C. Ogden earned a bachelor’s degree from Berea College and then later studied at the SIT Graduate Institute where he earned a master’s degree in International and Intercultural Management (MIIM), with a specialization in international education. Dr. Ogden completed a doctorate at Pennsylvania State University in Educational Theory and Policy with a dual title in Comparative and International Education.Dr. Ogden has held educational leadership positions at Pennsylvania State University, where he provided oversight in the administration of education abroad programming and worked in close cooperation with all 24 Penn State campuses located throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Back in his home state, he served as the executive director of Education Abroad and Exchanges at the University of Kentucky, where he Ied dramatic growth in enrollment and co-founded the Kentucky Council on Education Abroad (KCEA).


Dr. Helen Forbes-Mewett, Deputy Director, MMIC Monash University, Australia

Associate Professor Helen Forbes-Mewett is Discipline Head of Sociology, School of Social Sciences and Deputy Director of the Monash Migration and Inclusion Centre. Helen’s interdisciplinary background includes Sociology, Psychology and International Business, degrees all awarded by Monash University. Her work focuses on human security, migration, cultural diversity, and social cohesion, with a particular focus on international students. Since 2018, Helen has supervised to completion eight PhD theses.