How higher education prepares young women for leadership roles in their societies.
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A Long-standing Appreciation for Education
Ann English continues to support the causes that she and her late husband, John, felt strongly about, including the United Board.
Through whole person education, educators hope to nurture among their students a spirit of compassion, equity, reconciliation, social responsibility, and mutual respect – qualities that are essential in the work of peacebuilding.
A two-day international conference will examine the ways that digital technologies are transforming teaching practice, delivery, and assessment in higher education in the ASEAN region.
Meet the accomplished educators selected for the 2019-2020 program.
Connecting the Classroom to a Global Platform
In 2016, Asian University for Women decided that all of its students should gain some exposure to computer science during their undergraduate years, a goal Amina Akhter is implementing with enthusiasm.
South Asian faculty may be interested in an upcoming two-day workshop designed to help educators make greater use of technology in their teaching. The program, sponsored by the United Board, will take place March 18-19, 2019 at Nesamony Memorial Christian College in Marthandam, India. The workshop title is “Recent Technological Innovations in Teaching, Learning, and Evaluation for Higher Quality Education.” …
February 22 – March 1, 2019 ~ Asian University for Women With a focus on whole person education, this Faculty Training Program aims to build a critical mass of quality educators in higher education in South Asia. The program will highlight learning outcomes, interactive learning, and student assessment with a focus on the effective use of technology in teaching and …
Published papers on linking service-learning and pedagogy.
Insights from Our New Board Chair
Our new board chair reflects upon her career, her United Board service, and how the United Board can best support higher education in Asia.