Good Practices in Higher Education Scholarship Programming Webinar
Higher education scholarships are powerful tools to support a variety of development objectives, from workforce development and training across sectors to expanding economic opportunity for marginalized communities. Coinciding with the launch of the USAID Higher Education Scholarship Toolkit, this webinar will highlight good practices in scholarship programming and equip participants with the tools needed to design and implement successful scholarship programs.
Brought to you by the USAID Higher Education Learning Network, this interactive webinar will train USAID staff and partners to use USAID’s Higher Education Scholarship Toolkit to incorporate higher education scholarships into a variety of development programming across sectors. At the end of this webinar, participants will:
- Explain how higher education scholarships can be tools for reaching development outcomes within and beyond the education sector
- Consider how to design scholarship programming with students as partners
- Identify at least 3 common misconceptions about USAID higher education scholarship programming
This event will be broadcast on Google Meet. The event will be conducted in English with auto-captioning. If you have any questions about the accessibility of this event or reasonable accommodation requests, please contact [email protected] by December 6th.
Anne C. Campbell, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies (MIIS) in Monterey, California, USA and the lead author of the USAID Higher Education Scholarship Toolkit. She teaches courses and conducts research on international scholarship programs, international higher education, student mobility, social change, global warming, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Anne consults on topics related to international scholarships for UNESCO, USAID, the Open Society Foundations, and the Mastercard Foundation, among others. Dr. Campbell holds a Ph.D. in comparative and international development education from the University of Minnesota (US) and an M.A. in critical theory and cultural studies from the University of Nottingham (UK).
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