2014 Winter Forum: Ethics in international education

  • Forum magazine
  • Publication date
    December 2014
  • Topics
    • Leadership & strategy

Theme: Ethics in international education

Together with the Official Conference Report for Prague 2014, this issue of Forum explores a variety of important ethical considerations within international higher education. Topics include neo-racism among international students and academic freedom and the threatened scholar.

Table of contents

04 Editorial – Laura Rumbley

05 Contributors

08 Ethics: a global focus – Eva Egron-Polak
The what, why and how of ethics in international education

10 Ethical partnerships in higher education – Patti McGill Peterson
Considerations for all international partnerships

13 Neo-racism and international students – Jenny J. Lee
The latest research on negative stereotyping

16 Ethical reasoning education: an international responsibility – Lori K. Pyle
Cultivating new skills for the global student

18 The ethical agent – Jacqueline Kassteen (*Editor's pick)
Can they be trusted?

22 Agents uncovered
The latest research on the use of agents

25 Dealing with student plagiarism – Jude Carroll
An international perspective

28 Layers of defence – Daniel Guhr & Nelson Furtado
An essential guide to deterring fraud in your institution

32 A closer knit – Saulius Marcinkonis & Michael Fullen
Weaving ethics into academic research

34 Academic freedom & the threatened scholar – Sinead O’Gorman
Making a stand for academic rights

37 Fighting corruption: an ethical education for all – Marcus Tannenberg, Bo Rothstein & Lennart Levi
A holistic approach

40 Curry, culture & cobblestones – EAIE
Glasgow 2015 visitor attractions

44 Championing the dream – Sarah Fencott
EAIE Prague 2014 Conference review

52 Jan Muehlfeit – Sarah Fencott
An interview with the Chairman of Microsoft Europe

56 2014 EAIE winners
Award winners, prize winners and more

61 EAIE Blog spot
Online news, views and insights

62 Thank you
To our conference sponsors

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