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Seven Guiding Principles For Public-Private Partnerships in Higher Education: Reflections from TIEC’s First P3 Conference
People working in the public sector often look to the private sector with a sense of mystery and uncertainty.
Enhanced Online Teaching Procedures at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Last year, TIEC partnered with Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and the U.S. Embassy in Ghana’s University Partnerships Initiative in response to the need for virtual education due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
TIEC Announces Three New Members to Board of Directors
The Texas International Education Consortium is pleased to announce three new members of the board of directors: Dr. Suzanne Shipley, President of Midwestern State University, Dr. Kelly Miller, President of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and and Dr. Taylor Eighmy, President of The University of Texas at San Antonio.
Inside TIEC’s Virtual Exchange Program for Nursing in Egypt, Jordan, and Texas
“Teaching students is not only about providing them with theoretical knowledge, but also providing them with exposure to useful experiences that can build their professional character and enhance their self-confidence,” Hamza Al Duraidi said.
News Alert: The Texas International Education Consortium Partners with American University of Iraq, Sulaimani to Build Capacity for Gender Inclusive and Streamlined Degree Programs
The Texas International Education Consortium (TIEC) will partner with American University of Iraq, Sulaimani (AUIS) and the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (NEA) to support AUIS in their mission to advance an enhanced curriculum that prioritizes the robust integration of gender and diversity, as well as developing more marketable degrees.
Is now the time to build a public-private partnership?
Under budgetary pressures and increased competition, higher education institutions are considering more than adjustments to tuition and fees, draw-downs on endowments, and academic or other cutbacks and consolidations to make ends meet.