Allan Goodman: AI and student mobility

Allan Goodman: AI and student mobility Podcast

Allan Goodman has had a long and distinguished career in both international relations and international education. The current pandemic is the 12th in the century-long history of the Institute of International Education (IIE), where he currently serves as President and CEO, and after each past pandemic, academic mobility has resumed and grown.

At a moment when people and societies are struggling to assure their health, vitality and equity, and where technology is stepping into the breach – particularly to connect people as international mobility is dramatically curtailed – it’s timely to ask: what’s ahead when it comes to the dynamics between artificial intelligence and international educational exchange? 

About Allan Goodman

Allan is the sixth President of the Institute of International Education, which marked its centennial in 2019. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a founding member of the World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), and serves on the selection committees for the Rhodes and Schwartzman Scholars and the WISE and Yidan Prizes. Allan has a PhD in Government from Harvard University, an MPA from the John F. Kennedy School of Government and a BS from Northwestern University, and is the recipient of honorary degrees from Canadian, European, Japanese, UK and US universities. Before joining IIE, Dr Goodman was executive dean of the School of Foreign Service and a professor at Georgetown University.  His books on international relations are published by Princeton, Harvard and Yale University presses. He has served at the US Department of State and the Central Intelligence Agency. 

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