This is a four day programme.
Dates: Sunday 12 - Thursday 16 May 013
Location: Chicago and Midwest USA
ILDP Chicago is confirmed to go ahead and we are still taking bookings for the programme. Planned visits include: University of Chicago, Northwestern University and Illinois Institute of Technology.
If you would like to discuss the programme please contact Hannah Phung, International Projects Officer, 020 3468 4828.
- £4,850.00 Member
- £6,065.00 Non Member
Chicago and Mid-West USA
Chicago, as America’s second city, has been a major industrial and financial hub since the 19th century. Today it is a world city that is home to almost 10 million people and over 30 higher education institutions. While several UK HEIs have developed collaborative activities with HEIs in this region of the US, there are many new opportunities. The theme for the Leadership Foundation’s first visit to the mid-West will be Developing Strong HE-Business Civic Relationships.
What is the Agenda?
Over the four-day period you will be active participants in exploring the leadership challenges facing these international higher education systems and how leaders of HEI’s are responding to these demands.
The programme will combine visits to a range of higher education institutions, policy agencies and businesses, with plenary sessions. There will be opportunities to exchange experiences, to network with influential individuals and agencies and to reflect on the relevance and utility of the insights gained for your own institutional strategies and leadership practice.
The learning style is interactive and participative with considerable emphasis on building a network of relationships which can be sustained.
The detailed agenda for both events will be circulated in the early autumn to those expressing interest and there will be opportunities for participants to shape this agenda.
The event will be limited to a maximum of 14 participants. We believe that a group of this size provides the best enviorment for in-depth dialogue and debate.
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ILDP 5: Chicago, draft programme
IDLP is designed for senior university leaders and managers who are actively engaged in developing and implementing internationalisation strategies including the creation of sustainable international partnerships.
Our first programme was attended by Principals and Vice Chancellors, DVCs, PVCs, Deans, Directors of Business Development and International Directors. We welcome this diverse range of leaders as we aim to create a rich environment within which all participants will gain new insights and be able to challenge some existing viewpoints.
Completed forms should be returned to Hannah Phung, International Projects Manager, 020 7849 6912
The programme fee includes all costs associated with:
- Dinner, accommodation and breakfast for the nights of the programme.
- Lunch and refreshments during the programme times
- External speakers
- Organised trips to institutions
Each event will be limited to a maximum of 14 participants. We believe that a group of this size provides the best environment for in-depth dialogue and debate.
Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation) and Dean of College of Science and Technology
Professor Yip was born in Hong Kong and received his university education in the UK. He is currently Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation) for the University of Salford which he re-joined in 2012. Prior to that he was the Dean of the School of Computing and Engineering at the University of Huddersfield from 2004.
2001 - 2004 Dean of the School of Computing, University of Teesside
1998 - 2001 Head of School of Informatics and Multimedia Technology, University of North London (now London Metropolitan University)
1988 - 1998 Information Technology Institute, University of Salford; Deputy Director in 1995
1986 - 1988 Research Associate, Wolfson Image Analysis Unit, University of Manchester Medical School
1984 - 1986 Research Engineer, TI Research, Cambridge
He is the Sectoral Chair and Treasurer for the Engineering Professors Council.
Professor Yip has good relationships with senior university staff in Hong Kong and mainland China and remains knowledgeable of the changing higher education sector, has led him to be appointed co-director of the Leadership Foundation’s programmes to the region, which began in 2011.
Professor Yip has a special interest in how new campus developments present opportunities to evolve new modes of learning and teaching, cross disciplinary research and partnerships with industry and business.
Katherine is a respected education services professional. She has extensive knowledge of education policy and reform; experience leading innovative projects that support education improvement across different cultures; as well as experience delivering services that promote the internationalisation of higher education, facilitate transnational delivery of education, and develop market opportunities for schools, colleges and universities, and their agencies. Katherine’s key strengths, built over more than 20 years, are in stakeholder management; project leadership; research; editorial, marketing and communication services; and conference and exhibition management.
- Most recently, she has been Director of Education, Science and Society, and then Senior Education Consultant, with the British Council Hong Kong. Her achievements include:
- Organising ministerial visits between UK and Hong Kong and negotiating key agreements for UK and Hong Kong benefit;
- Leading the most highly rated Education UK Partnership service in the council’s global network, for UK universities, colleges and schools;
- Overseeing Education UK marketing activity that helped secure significant market growth for UK education;
- Pioneering innovative projects around ‘student voice’ in schools; the Charles Darwin 200th anniversary year; and Women in Higher Education Leadership, and many others;
- Developing and delivering the well-received Global Education Dialogues: Asia Series of six conferences across the region in 2012-13
Feedback from ILDP Atlanta 2012
"a very educational and thought provoking trip"
Craig Gaskell, University of Hull
"It is an honor to open our doors to such distinguished guests, and to initiate a dialogue among institutions of higher learning is a benefit to all involved.
Learning about the colleges and universities in the United Kingdom brought a unique perspective to our own mission - something which we seek to understand as SCAD continues to adapt to a global environment."
Eli. W Hale, SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design), Atlanta
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