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12:30- Introductory remark by Professor Kazutomo Ohashi, Director of Global Collaboration Center
12:40- The Introduction of Academic Internships to Asia by Mr. Brett Rumminger
13:10- Internship program by GLOCOL, achievements and challenges, Kazuto Tsuruga (GLOCOL)
13:30- What is global competency? What and how can we teach students? – Dr. Faissal Hameed
14:30- COFFEE BREAK
14:45- Preparing for Internships in the US: What Students Need to Know– Ms. Amy Morrill Bijeau
15:45- Group Discussion
16:30- Wrap up
Ms. Amy Morrill Bijeau
Amy Morrill Bijeau has worked in higher education administration and experiential learning for nearly 20 years. At American University, she has held leadership positions in international education and internship development. Currently as Associate Director of Internships and Career Development for the School of Professional and Extended Studies (SPExS), she provides ongoing guidance regarding internship best practices. She has experience leading Washington Internships for Native Students (WINS) program and securing over $5 million in funding. She has led numerous seminars on cross-cultural communication and international orientation for students and professional educators. Degrees: University of VirginiaMEd in Counseling and Higher Education Administration, Wake Forest University BA in French and Religion.
Dr. Faissal Hameed
Faissal Hameed is a Lecturer in Middle Eastern History and Politics. He has a BA (Hons) in the History and Politics of the Near and Middle East and an MA in International History from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London and a PhD in the Politics of Islamic Revivalism in South Asia from the University of Birmingham. His specialisation is in the fields of the modern history of the Middle East and Islamic societies and in contemporary Islam and its relations to politics in the Muslim world. He has lectured extensively within the field of Islam and politics and over a broad range of related subject areas as well as historical 'time-periods'. Along with teaching, he has supervised students for research-based dissertations. He is interviewed by the media on Muslim affairs and has offered seminars at various national fora and has taught at the University of Birmingham and Birkbeck College, University of London. He is presently a Senior Lecturer at the Muslim College, London and a lecturer at the Foundation for International Education, London and Richmond, the American International University in London. Faissal's research interests include South Asian history with special reference to the politics of Islamic identity in Pakistan and, debates in contemporary Islam and their relations to politics.
Mr. Brett Rumminger
Brett Rumminger joined the SAF in July 2006 as Director of the SAF Tokyo Office. Brett is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign earning a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a B.A. in East Asian Languages and Cultures. He has lived, worked, and studied in Japan since 1995. He has taught English at a junior high school, worked in the International Relations and Women's Issues Department of Toyama Prefecture City Offices, and prior to joining SAF he worked for a private study abroad organization as a student counselor and External Relations Manager. Brett spent one year studying at Waseda University and an additional year the Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Studies in Yokohama as an international research student. Brett is proficient in Japanese.