Online Conference
ISANA OnAir

3-4 & 8-9 DECEMBER 2020

Turning challenges into opportunities

The 31st ISANA International Education Association conference will give us the opportunity to explore and discuss the many factors that contribute to the overall student success, both within and outside the classroom. There will be an exciting program of speakers, workshops, social activities and lots of networking opportunities.

2020 has been a year of unprecedented change and challenges in all aspects of everyone’s lives.  Among the changes, the 2020 ISANA National conference, initially planned to be held in New Zealand in December 2020, has been postponed to December 2021.

In lieu of a face to face national conference in 2020, ISANA International Education Association will be delivering a national conference online to provide conference attendees with a broad reflection of the experiences of the international education sector in 2020.

ISANA President
BRONWYN GILSON

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Important Dates

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS OPEN

24 August 2020

REGISTRATIONS OPEN

2 September 2020

ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS EXTENDED

7 October 2020

ABSTRACT REVIEW RESULTS

16 October 2020

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATIONS CLOSE

28 October 2020

CONFERENCE START DATE

3 December 2020

Program Overview
THURSDAY 3RD DECEMBER 2020
Speed Networking
Keynote Presentation
Impact of COVID-19 on Students Panel 
Breakout Oral Presentations
FRIDAY 4TH DECEMBER 2020
Speed Networking
Keynote Presentation
Student Panel
Special Interest Forums
Discussion Groups
TUESDAY 8TH DECEMBER 2020
Speed Networking
Delegate Snapshots of 2020
Overseas Perspectives Panel 
Breakout Oral Presentations
WEDNESDAY 9TH DECEMBER 2020
ISANA AGM
Keynote Presentation
Special Interest Forums
Closing Plenary
Discussion Groups
2020 Conference Committee
Bronwyn Gilson

Compliance Manager, UNE International

ISANA, National President

Sharon Cook
Internship Manager – Monash College, Monash University

ISANA, National Vice President – Planning and Development

Samantha Hilbig

Homestay Coordinator, Griffith University  

ISANA, National Vice President – Professional Development

Molly Bonnefin

 

ISANA, National Treasurer

Mary Ann Seow

Seow Consulting International

ISANA, Project Officer

About the Association

ISANA International Education Association is the representative body for professionals in Australia and New Zealand who work in international student services, advocacy, teaching and policy development in international education. For more information, please visit the ISANA website.

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