Fall 2019/Spring 2020

Upstander’s film - Dawnland - wins Emmy Award - Mishy Lesser

The Upstander Project's film DAWNLAND won the Emmy® award for Outstanding Research at the 40th annual News and Documentary Awards in Fall 2019. Upstander Project learning Director Mishy Lesser shared the Emmy® award for Outstanding Research with co-director Ben Pender-Cudlip, and editor Kristen Salerno.

 

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Lag Zo: Making on the Tibetan Plateau - Shamo Thar

Shamo Thar contributed three articles for a new online exhibition on Tibetan culture.  The trilingual exhibition entitled Lag Zo: Making on the Tibetan Plateau will be formally launched in early November, 2019 at the Smithsonian Institute’s Sackler Gallery of Art.

 

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Developing Associate Degrees in Universities in Afghanistan and Indonesia

The 4th session of the CIE Fall 2019 Dialogue Series featured a discussion on developing Associate Degrees in Afghanistan and Indonesia.  Three speakers from CIE involved in projects to develop new degrees shared their experiences.

 

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“Build Bridges, Not Walls” – A UMass public art and engagement initiative to bring people together

At the 3rd CIE Fall 2019 Dialogue, Jacob Carter and Yi Sun led a dialogue about a UMass campus project called Building Bridges.  The project uses participatory art as a means of stimulating dialogue and building bridges across difference among groups on campus. 

 

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Digital Libraries for rural schools in Malawi and Kenya

At the second CIE fall 2019 dialogue, UMass Professor Charles M. Schweik described a model for digital sharing of library resources in remote African schools that he and a team of students had developed at UMass.

 

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Building the CIE campus community and links to CIE’s world-wide network

The first of CIE's fall 2019 dialogue series featured two CIE graduates who shared experiences from their careers – one in international contexts with Unicef, and one leading a local NGO that provides training for international groups. 

 

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Mariam Rashid and Benjamin Scherrer present at UKFIET 2019 conference

Mariam Rashid and Benjamin Scherrer, doctoral students associated with CIE, presented at the UKFIET 2019 conference on “Inclusive Education Systems: Futures, fallacies and finance” in September, 2019 in Oxford, England.

 

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The Challenges of Implementing Quality Assurance in Afghanistan Universities – Javid Mussawy

This study examines factors that influence the implementation of quality assurance and accreditation (QAA) policy at teaching universities in Afghanistan. The research uses sensemaking and sensegiving (Weick, 1995) as a theoretical lens to analyze and interpret policy enactment at public Higher Education Institutions.

 

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Pempho Chinkondenji Awarded AAUW International Fellowship

Pempho Chinkondenji, a Ph.D. candidate in Educational Policy and Leadership, has been awarded an American Association of University Women (AAUW) International Fellowship. 

 

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50 years of Doctoral Dissertations at CIE

In September of 2019, CIE published the 7th edition of its Dissertation Abstracts, a compilation of the abstracts of all dissertations completed by students associated with CIE since its founding in 1969.

 

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