UPDATE: The NAFSA 2020 annual conference was canceled, for obvious reasons. Capstone Vietnam is pleased to announce that Dr. Mark Ashwill, managing director and co-founder, will speak at an unofficial, pre-conference Viet Nam student recruitment seminar to be held on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 in St. Louis, MO. (NOTE: This assumes, of course, that the conference … Continue reading Mark Ashwill to Lead 5th Annual Viet Nam Recruitment Seminar at NAFSA 2020
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What Were They Thinking? My actions are my only true belongings. I cannot escape the consequences of my actions. My actions are the ground on which I stand. The Buddha's Fifth Remembrance from his Five Remembrances (PDF download) I'm pretty sure What Were They Thinking? is going to be the subtitle of an article about the … Continue reading Albright & Powell to Speak at the NAFSA 2019 Annual Conference: Say What?
Dear Friends & Colleagues, I'm excited to inform you that I'll be participating in four (4) events at the NAFSA 2019 annual conference in late May in Washington, D.C., listed below in descending chronological order. Note: Online registration is required for the two seminars. Shalom (שלום), MAA 4th Annual Viet Nam Recruitment Seminar at NAFSA … Continue reading Mark Ashwill @ NAFSA 2019
Wednesday, May 29, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM If you're planning to attend the 2019 annual conference of NAFSA: Association of International Educators in Washington, D.C. and you're interested in this topic, mark your conference calendar! Join me, Eddie West, session chair and Executive Director, International Programs, University of California-Berkeley Extension, and Mayumi Kowta, Director, International Programs California … Continue reading Commissions-Based International Student Recruitment Agents: Is There a Better Way?
While I will reserve judgement, the theme of this Fulbright University Vietnam (FUV) conference sounds like yet another example of US Americans telling others, in the case, Asian universities, how it should really be done a la Daddy knows best. Why not just New Approaches to University Education? Or, as one colleague put it, "It's … Continue reading New Approaches to University Education in Asia
It appears that the bloom is temporarily off the red, white, and blue rose for growing numbers of Vietnamese parents and students. For the first time ever, there are almost 15,000 Vietnamese students in Canada, nearly half as many as in the US. Vietnamese students had the highest percentage increase in 2017 at 89%, making … Continue reading O Canada! The Vietnamese Student Pivot to the Great White North
I recently saw this announcement on LinkedIn: Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - Vietnam is organizing the largest career conference in Vietnam in 2018, aiming at connecting top young professionals and fresh graduates to the top-notch firms in Vietnam. We are still open to more booths at the career fair. If you are interested to boost … Continue reading Grow Beyond – SEO-Vietnam Career Conference 2018
I will be participating in a session, along with Ryan Buck, Texas State University, and Lee Lambert, Pima Community College (AZ) on US nationalism as an obstacle to the development of global citizenship at the 2017 AIEA (Association of International Education Administrators) annual conference, which takes places from 19-22 February in Washington, D.C. Nationalism stands … Continue reading Dealing with the Elephant in the Room: US Nationalism
My employer, Capstone Vietnam is the event sponsor of the 2015 VietAbroader Conferences, which will be held - for the first time ever - in seven (7) cities representing all three regions of Vietnam. These include Can Tho, Danang, Haiphong, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), Hue and Nghe An. While VietAbroader (VA), Vietnam’s premier … Continue reading Capstone Vietnam is 2015 VietAbroader Conference Event Sponsor