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Don’t Look at Us as Victims – The Powerhouse Potential of Afghan Women
It was the darkest of days when Roshan Mashal, Saleha Soadat, and Rabia Behgaam heard that the Taliban was entering Kabul. They never imagined that
5 AIEA 2023 Conference Takeaways
by Robin J. Lerner, Dr. William Smith II, and Antoine L. Battle The 2023 Conference of the Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) just wrapped
NEWS ALERT: TEXAS INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION CONSORTIUM PARTNERS WITH BAGHDAD BUSINESS SCHOOL TO PREPARE IRAQI YOUTH FOR PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYMENT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TEXAS INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION CONSORTIUM PARTNERS WITH BAGHDAD BUSINESS SCHOOL TO PREPARE IRAQI YOUTH FOR PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYMENT [AUSTIN – February 22, 2023]
Leveraging International Partnerships for the Greater Good
February 17, 2023 by Robin J. Lerner What is the purpose of international partnerships in higher education? This was the question posed by Professor
TIEC Hosts Inaugural Texas Booth at the NAFSA 2022 Annual Conference & Expo
What happens when the Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC) hosts its inaugural Texas booth at one of the world’s largest events for international education? Texas higher education receives a unified voice on the global stage, international partnership development opportunities become streamlined for TIEC members, and the State of Texas benefits from increased branding at a conference and expo attended by more than 6,000 people from over 90 countries.
TIEC Launches University Partnerships Accelerator to Strengthen Ties in Renewable Energy Between Texas And Egypt
The Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC) has made it our mission to build global partnerships between Texas universities and higher education institutions around the world. This July, we again put that mission into action with a new initiative sponsored by the U.S. Embassy Cairo. TIEC’s Egypt University Partnerships Accelerator (UPA) will provide a platform for participants to share innovations and current research at their universities in the field of renewable energy, laying the groundwork for future collaborations between faculty in Egypt and Texas.