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This video was part of the July 2020 REMOTE: The Connected Faculty Summit
How can universities redefine the concept of internationality? How will global mobility change? How can universities prepare themselves to not lose the international students they have been serving until now? What shape will transnational collaboration take and what will be the main ingredients of the global footprint of a university?
This panel is managed and moderator by our content partner, Times Higher Education, the publisher behind the world’s biggest dataset that produces the annual THE World University Rankings, with an expertise in independent higher education reporting and analysis spanning 50 years.
Doug is the founder & CEO of Cintana Education, which was formed in partnership with Arizona State University, to connect universities around the world with the world-class expertise, innovations, and resources needed to develop and scale high-quality academic programs.
Doug founded and led Laureate Education from its inception in 1999, building the largest global network of colleges and universities. He served as CEO until the end of 2017, and as Chairman through 2018, when Laureate supported over 1,000,000 students enrolled at 70 campus-based and online institutions in 29 countries around the world.
Doug has served on many non-profit boards and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Johns Hopkins Medicine and Johns Hopkins International. He is also Chair of the Board of the International Youth Foundation (www.iyfnet.org), a global NGO focusing on the needs of youth in over 100 countries, including many of the most impoverished nations.