Recently IEMS has been tasked with the central coordination of Online International Learning [OIL] Projects as a platform to internationalise the curriculum.
Victoria Boynton, Semester Abroad at Anadolu University, Eskisehir, Turkey; Professor of English, SUNY Cortland, Professional Writing Program. Boynton teaches courses in rhetoric, poetics, and writing in creative genres. Her article, “Whiteness Studies and Literature Classrooms: Confronting Denial and Defensiveness in White Students,” illustrates this commitment to studying cultural identity.
She is about to start offering courses in International Writing and Editing with her colleague Dr. Her publications include Herspace: Women, Writing, and Solitude, with Dr. Beth Burns, Instructional Designer, Buffalo State College.
In addition to her role as instructional designer, she continues to teach traditional, hybrid, and online English courses for several institutions.
Hugh Burton, Adjunct, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University (Australia).
She is also directing an institute and has been engaged in research related to the impact of campus internationalization efforts on students. in German at Ohio State, Jenifer taught English in Russia and Poland before accepting the position of Assistant, then tenured Associate Professor of German and Russian at the University of Minnesota, Morris.
Jenifer Cushman, Dean of International Education and Associate Professor of German, Juniata College. She came to Juniata in 2007 from the College of Wooster, where she was Director of International and Off-Campus Study.Richard Cahill serves as Director of International Education and Associate Professor of History at Berea College in Kentucky.He lived in the Middle East for seven years, directing an academic program for American university students, based in Cairo, Egypt.Tita Beaven is a Senior Lecturer in Spanish and Associate Head of the Department of Languages (Faculty of Education and Language Studies) at the UK Open University.She is an experienced writer of educational materials, including e-learning.Her research focuses on online technical communication pedagogy, program development, and program assessment.She has co-edited two collections on online technical communication: Online Education: Global Questions, Local Answers (2005) and Online Education 2.0: Evolving, Adapting, and Reinventing Online Technical Communication (2013). At the University of Minnesota, Duluth she rose through the ranks to become a full professor of women’s studies.His academic interests are in critical musicology, jazz, music and identity, music and society, popular music studies and South African Music, and he is co-editor of the journal Jean-Bernard Adrey, Director of International Experience and Mobility at Coventry University.JB Adrey joined Coventry University [CU] in 2005 after completing a Ph D in European Sociolinguistics and is currently the Director of the International Experience and Mobility Service [IEMS] which administrates centrally all international mobility schemes at CU.He is passionate about working with indigenous filmmakers in Central Australia: developing ways of telling stories for film.He is a freelance script editor and producer, of many award-winning films.