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2017 Schedule

The Fourth Annual Conference on Global Higher Education at Lakeland University Japan
Panel No. Time/Room Panel Title Presenters Affiliation Paper Title
  From 9:00
LUJ 1st Floor
LUJ 1st Floor
Opening Remarks Greeting by Dr. Kazuko Hirota, President of NIC International College in Japan and Board Member of Lakeland University Japan
1A 9:50-11:10
Issues of International Students Caleb Pritchard and John Rucynski, Jr. Okayama University Building Bridges through Collaborative Projects between Japanese and International Students
Derek F. DiMatteo Indiana University International Students and the Political Economy of Global Higher Education
Matthias Hennings Kwansei Gakuin University The First Step Toward Designing Attractive Programs for International Students: Understanding the Expectations of Foreign Students in Japan
1B 9:50-11:10
Institutional Policies: Successes and Otherwise Dr. Anthony L. Fenton and Dr. Kirby Record Temple University Internationalisation and Corruption in Higher Education: A non-fictional narrative of weak leadership, poor planning, and BAD management
Michael Hollenback Konan University The expected and unexpected failures of the Global 30 project
Wayne Malclom University of Fukui Creating a Globally-Minded Workforce: The Case of a Japanese National University Under the Go Global Japan Initiative
1C 9:50-11:10
The Classroom: From Theory into Practice Gareth Price Asia University Improving Article Accuracy by Raising Metalinguistic Awareness
James Parker and Ryan Rashotte Lakeland University Japan Teaching Ideology and Hegemony in the Transcultural Classroom
Todd LeRoux Hakuoh University Authentic Material in the EFL Classroom: Using Movies and Television
2A 11:25-12:45
Institutional Challenges Anderson Passos Miyazaki International College Bridging ICT and Global Citizenship Instruction
Laurel Lee, Adilson Menezes Junior, Gloria Steiner, and Hideyuki Toda Soka University Cultivating Cultural Intelligence and Leadership in Global Higher Education
Maria Guajardo Soka University Teaching Global Perspectives and Leadership: Bridge Building in Higher Education
2B 11:25-12:45
Questions of Culture Annette Bradford Meiji Univeristy Travelling between cultures in the internationalized classroom
Carmen Sapunaru Tamas and Irina Holca Kobe University Japan in the World, the World in Japan: a Methodological Approach
Tim Craig BlueSky Academic Services Building Cultural Understanding in the Classroom: Teaching Cases on Japan's Cultural Industries
2C 11:25-12:45
Classroom Discourse Aaron Hahn Fukuoka University Globalization in the University English Classroom: A Critical Discourse Analysis
Akira Kuwamura Aichi Prefectural University Rethinking foreign language education in Japan to better match the actual needs of students and society
Mary Hillis and Stew Markel Kwansei Gakuin University Utilizing Global Issues to Develop Discussion Skills
3A 1:55-3:15
Leadership and Global Citizenship Andrew Horvat, Paul Snowden, Dr. Gregory Poole Josai International University, Kyorin University, Doshisha University Bridges are Built from Both Ends: Japanese HE in an age of the globalized university
Patrick Naoya Shorb Akita International University From Isomorphic Structures to Divergent Practices: Recent Trends in Higher Education Quality Assurance in China, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, 1987-2017.
3B 1:55-3:15
Study Abroad Dr. Aaron Kingsbury and Lona Smith Mayville State University, North Dakota, USA Fostering learning though research in Japan: Reflections on taking undergraduate students from a small and rural university in the United States on their inaugural trip abroad
Dr. Anthony L. Fenton and Dr. James P. Lassegard Hosei University Japanese University Student Mobility
3C 1:55-3:15
Trends in Japanese Higher Education Antonija Cavcic Asia University Survival English
Dr. Brett R. Walter Hiroshima University An Introduction to the Institute for the Promotion of Global Education
Eva Liias Freie Universität Berlin Go “super” global Japan! Responses of Japanese universities to internationalization
3D 1:55-3:15
The Global Classroom Alan Brender Lakeland University Japan Becoming Transnational Spells Success
Christopher Haswell and Aaron Hahn Kyushu University, Fukuoka University Connecting student perspectives with international English via the Global Model
Emiliano Bosio University College London (UCL), Yokohama City University Implementing Principles of Global Citizenship Education into University Curricula
SGC 1 & 2
Student Symposium
4A 4:35-5:55
EMI and CLIL at the Japanese University Dr. Anthony L. Fenton, Dr. Stephen Jennings, and David A. Gann Tokyo University of Science Curriculum articulation and the suitability of CLIL at an elite Japanese university
Keith C. Hoy Hiroshima Shudo University-Global Education Navigating the Power Dynamics: Finding common ground through a Community of Practice
Robert Aspinall, Ken Arii, and George Solt Doshisha University The Launching of a New Global Education Center in Doshisha University, Kyoto: Building bridges between university classes in Japan and overseas
4B 4:35-5:55
New Strategies Joshua Jodoin Kyoto University Adding Value to English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Courses by Integrating English for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Japanese Higher Education
Kelly Hansen Okayama University New Mediums, New Messages: Rethinking Strategies for Effective Written Communication
Octavian Dospinescu, Catalin Strimbei, Roxana Marina Strainu, and Alexandra Nistor Alexandru Ioan Cuza University, Iasi, Romania Technical Issues Regarding the Higher Education Systems in Romania
4C 4:35-5:55
Curriculum Changes and Challenges Andrew Lawson NIC International College in Japan No Way! I Don’t Think So! – Developing Competency in Expressions of Disagreement
Takakazu Yamagishi and Tomomi Sasaki Nanzan University Teaching Political Science in English: A Case Study Viewed from CLIL Approach
Laura MacGregor Gakushuin University CLIL Module on Print Advertisements for Advertising and Media Class
LUJ 1st Floor
Closing Remarks Closing Remarks by Dr. Alan Brender, Dean of Lakeland University Japan
Il Piccione From 6:30
Forst Restaurant
Reception Forst Restaurant is across the street from LUJ