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Global E3 Presentations &  Session Highlights

All presentations linked below are in Adobe PDF format. Please note that some panelists did not use PowerPoint presentations.

Monday, 12 May 2014



Er Meng Hwa, Nanyang Technological University
Larry Shuman, University of Pittsburgh
Peggy Blumenthal, Institute of International Education

Keynote Address: Singapore’s Research, Innovation and Enterprise Strategies and Strengthening the Pipeline of Engineering Talent

Introduction of Global E3 Executive Committee (EC)

Larry Shuman, University of Pittsburgh and Chair of Global E3 Executive Committee
Introduction of New Members
Louisiana State University

Plenary Session #1: The Role of the Dean's Office in Faciliatating with Departments to Integrate Study Abroad into Curriculum

Chair: Randy Collins, Clemson University

Deborah Fatica, Case Western Reserve University
Per Warfvinge, Lund University
Wun Jern Ng, Nanyang Technological University
Brian Noble, University of Michigan

Tuesday, 13 May 2014


Concurrent Sessions

Building Study Abroad into the Curriculum; Working with Faculty Members to Increase Participation of Engineering Students in Global Mobility

Chair: Jerry McCoy, University of Tulsa

How Global E3 Members Use Third Party Providers

Plenary Session #2: The Value of Engineering Students Mobility and its Impact on Their Future Life/Career: A Cross-Continental Perspective

Marie-Pierre Favre, INSA Lyon
Kristine Lalley, University of Pittsburgh

Concurrent Sessions


Chair: Cary Laxer, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Luchen Li, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Anne-Kathrin Peters, Uppsala University
Successes and Challenges of Different Study Abroad Models Developed by Global E3 members

Wednesday, 14 May 2014


Plenary Session # 3: Value of Global E3 Membership: Looking Forward

Update on Student Exchange Numbers

Announcement of 2015 Annual Meeting

Discussion with members on how to enhance the benefits of the consortium and meet emerging needs, and suggestions for new sessions or conference elements.

Plenary Session #4: Round-table Discussion - Matching Student Wishes and Home Campus Needs with Host Campus Constraints

Chair: Aldert Kamp, Delft University of Technology

Plenary Session #5: Highly Integrated Programs in Engineering: Different Perspectivies and Needs in Different Continents

Per Warfvinge, Lund University
Giancarlo Spinelli, Politecnico di Milano

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