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The Global Galway Project - Internationalisation Events
The Global Galway Project Team will organise a series of short workshops and lunchtime webinars through April and May for you to hear about examples of internationalisation and give your thoughts on shaping the implementation of our global vision.
The Global Galway Project is delighted to invite you to three internationalisation webinars and workshops as part of the Global Engagement series. These will be the first in an on-going series of events to inform and inspire internationalisation activity.
These events will give you the opportunity to join the internationalisation debate and help shape our global future.
Past Events and Recordings
Multicultural Approaches to Teaching & Learning
Date and Time: Thursday 27th January 2022, 12 -1 pm
This webinar was run in conjunction with CELT to shine a light on the variety of approaches to multicultural teaching and learning within the university.
A panel of speakers gave three short presentations after which there was time for discussion.
Into Africa - Teaching Zoology practical skills in Morocco by Dr Michel Dugon, Lecturer in Zoology & Dr Colin Lawton, Lecturers in Zoology
The Cultural Immersion Programme an inclusive approach by Dr María Palma-Fahey Lecturer in Spanish / Intercultural Communication for Business
Cultural Awareness in Health & Social Care Research': An Innovative Module offered to PhD students across 5 Higher Education Institutions by Dr Yvonne Finn, Lecturer in Clinical Methods and Clinical Practice
Why Internationalise and what does it mean for me?
Tuesday 27th April 2021 1.00pm-2.00pm
Professor Michael Pippenger, Vice President and Associate Provost for Internationalisation at Notre Dame in Indiana outlined his views on the value of internationalisation and Professor Becky Whay, Vice President International NUI Galway, spoke about the Global Galway Project and how it will benefit staff and students.
- Why Internationalise and what does it mean for me? https://youtu.be/JYgzmFzHhQM
Creating a Global Student Experience
Wednesday 5th May 2021 3.00pm – 4.30pm
This student-focused workshop considered how and why we should internationalise our future student experience from the perspective of international and domestic students. There were student case studies followed by breakout sessions. The session was co-hosted by the Student Union President and the Vice President International.
- Creating a Global Student Experience - Part 1 https://youtu.be/2ioMRrUItnc
- Creating a Global Student Experience - Part 2 https://youtu.be/bWnpSnOe5X8
Excellence in Global Partnerships
Wednesday 19th May 2021 1.00pm-2.30pm
At this workshop Lorna Cuckow, Deputy Director International and Head of International Partnerships & Relations at the University of Bristol, gave a case study of how broad-based partnerships that span research and education have benefitted that university and share approaches to finding partners and maintaining the relationships. This will stimulate break out discussions to obtain your views on how you would like to see us developing our partnership activities and ways of working.
- Excellence in Global Partnerships - Part 1 https://youtu.be/IJQmWxI7UoQ
- Excellence in Global Partnerships - Part 2 https://youtu.be/Q-ufapyHB0A
Re-imaging our Future: Sustainable Global Recruitment
Tuesday 22nd June 2021 2.30pm - 4.00pm
How can we approach global student recruitment in a more sustainable way? At this workshop, we considered how recent digital innovations and learnings offer exciting opportunities for our global student recruitment practices moving forwards. Six of our international team gave snapshot presentations interspersed with breakout discussions to spark ideas on more sustainable approaches to our recruitment of students from around the globe.
Building our partnerships: ENLIGHT
Date and Time: Tuesday 28th September 2021, 1.00pm - 2.00pm
NUI Galway is a member of the ENLIGHT European University Alliance, which connects us with a network of prestigious European universities in Bordeaux, Göttingen, Groningen, Ghent, the Basque Country, Tartu, Bratislava (Comenius University) and Uppsala. ENLIGHT’s mission is to transform European higher education by collaborating across the institutions in our alliance to create exciting opportunities for both students and staff throughout the network.
This was the first ENLIGHT webinar to learn about ENLIGHT and to hear from the University of Bordeaux about how they are developing teaching partnerships and research collaborations through ENLIGHT and its sister project ENLIGHT RISE, which launches shortly, and will focus on fostering research and innovation across the network.
Guest Speakers included Professor Stéphanie Debette, Vice President for External Relations and researcher at the Bordeaux Population Health Research Center.
Presentations were followed by a Q&A session and discussion.
In addition to workshops and webinars, we will be setting up workstreams during Phase 1 to design and develop specific proposals for each of the specific focus areas:
- Recruitment workstream
- Mobility workstream
- Partnership workstream
- Student Support workstream
- English Language Centre workstream
- Governance working group