On behalf of the International Network of Tomorrow’s Leaders (INTL) Professional Learning Community, CBIE is pleased to announce the 2016 Conference Bursary recipients and highlight what’s in store for new professionals at our national conference (Ottawa, November 13-16):
2016 Conference Bursary Recipients
The following 14 new professionals have been selected as recipients of the 2016 CBIE Conference Bursary:
- Andrée Beaudin-Lecours, Collège de Bois-de-Boulogne
- Ernest Damalie, University of Guelph
- Le Dao, Ontario College of Art and Design University
- Andri Efstathiou, University of Waterloo
- Kristen Flath, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
- Richard Foo, University of Northern British Columbia
- Debbie Griffith, Saskatchewan Polytechnic
- Nicole Guday, University of Calgary
- Michael Hay, College of the Rockies
- Kyle Jorgensen-Lane, University of Ottawa
- Claire Kelly, Mount Allison University
- Salisha Mohammed-Randel, Ryerson University
- Émilie Oulmann, Cégep André Laurendeau
- Ying Zhang, Memorial University of Newfoundland
The review committee was highly impressed with the quality and breadth of the many bursary applications submitted. Identifying the top ten was truly a difficult task. CBIE and INTL would like to again acknowledge and thank guard.me and World Education Services (WES) for generously providing the funding for these bursaries.
Congratulations to the 2016 bursary recipients!
New Professionals at the 2016 CBIE Conference
INTL is excited to be planning several activities as part of the 2016 CBIE Annual Conference in order to connect with new professionals in the field.
Here are some of the events to mark down in your calendar:
- INTL Breakfast and PLC meeting for new professionals: Monday, November 14
- INTL Evening Social: Monday, November 14
Please see the full conference program for more details. We look forward to meeting with you and sharing all of the exciting work that is being done by INTL!
The International Network of Tomorrow’s Leaders (INTL) is a professional learning community (PLC) of CBIE. The mission of INTL is to provide an environment for new professionals and emerging leaders to cultivate professional networks and engage themselves in the community of Canadian international education. INTL remains one of CBIE’s most active PLCs.
Are you a new professional in the field of International Education and looking to get connected? Find INTL on Twitter (@cbie_intl) and on LinkedIn.