The world is more interdependent than ever, and navigating a culturally diverse workplace is an increasingly important skill. For universities, an international student body is an excellent way to develop culturally aware students and prepare them for the global labor market.

In this webinar as we will explore these topics and discuss practical steps for you at your institution.

Webinar Panelists

Donald Chungu is the Director of Quality Assurance at Cavendish University Zambia. Previously, he was the Director of Distance Education and Open Learning at Copperbelt University. Besides his leadership in education management, Donald trained in Germany as a Scientist. He has published extensively in science and education and supervised several students, including a PhD.

Melik Alkan is the head of the International Relations office at the International Black Sea University in Tbilisi, Georgia, where he also teaches International Relations courses. He is a doctoral student in Tbilisi, focusing on Turkey and the South Caucasus at the University of Georgia.

Dalila Suhonjic is an international education specialist with 20 years of experience in international education and student services with experience in over 30 countries. Her specialization is internationalization. Dalila has held administrative leadership positions as a director of several departments at Berkeley College, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Seneca College, and York University.

Amy Refaat (Moderator) is Senior Private Sector Specialist, Education and Employability with Vitae - an innovation of IFC, a member of the World Bank Group Vitae helps higher education institutions improve their graduate employability.