The rate of internationalization of research has recently been growing rapidly and will continue to do so in the future. Currently one out of five scientific papers are co-authored internationally. International partnerships can help an institution raise its international profile and reputation and attract funding for research from domestic and foreign sources. It naturally induces a diverse way of thinking which results in great scientific and creative breakthroughs (e.g. Large Hadron Collider, Switzerland). It can be useful in building a more diverse student body and can promote greater mobility for staff and students. These partnerships can positively impact curriculum development and advance institutional research networks. If properly done international partnerships can be excellent long-term investments for the research portfolios of students, faculty and institutions. So what does this mean for a university research development office (and which campus partnerships do you need to develop)? How can these partnerships be developed professionally? What are some good practices for establishing, implementing, maintaining, studying and evaluating international collaborations? How can we make then successful and sustainable?
Join NORDP Past President and Moderator Karen Eck, Old Dominion University, and panel of RD professionals experienced in international research projects: Rebecca Keiser, National Science Foundation; Jabob Levin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Kim Patten, University of Arizona; and John Tsapagos, City University of New York.
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