Award in International Education
faculty members are invited to submit nominations for The Harold
for Professional Promise in International Education. The award
recognizes emerging leadership in international education through
the student's graduate study and research, especially research
in the field of international education. Send
nominations to Dr. Joyce M. Randolph (firstname.lastname@example.org), Office
of International Programs, Suite 1W, 3701 Chestnut Street/3199.
Dr. Randolph is Penn's institutional representative to the Association
of International Education Administrators (AIEA).
internal deadline at Penn for nominations is October 15, 2003. (Since
Penn may nominate only one graduate student, Dr. Randolph will
a faculty advisory committee to select Penn's nominee.) Criteria
for selection will include: demonstrated interest in the field
of international education; research or completed graduate courses
that demonstrate research skills and insights; other tangible recognition
from the home institution (outstanding graduate teaching award,
leadership in graduate governance on the campus, campus nomination
for Fulbright, NSEP, or other nationally competitive awards).
note that the award consists of a $1,000 travel grant to attend
conference of AIEA and complimentary conference registration. The
award does not provide funds for research projects.
more information on AIEA, see www.aieaworld.org. AIEA's
annual conference will be held February 11-14, 2004, in Washington,
forms are available online at www.upenn.edu/oip/scholarships/graduate/index.html.