The International Network of Universities (INU) is a global consortium comprised of higher education institutions that actively seek international partnerships and experiences, create innovative programming and delivery methods, and embrace the internationalization movement. The INU activities focus on:
- Advancing internationalization of member universities
- Preparing students for lives and careers as global citizens
- Engaging students and staff in international mobility programs
- Sharing experiences and best practices
- Delivering joint teaching and degrees
- Supporting early career researchers
INU Workshop on Global Health and Nursing, the third annual workshop will be held August 3-10, 2015 at Hiroshima University, Japan. With the theme of Disaster Nursing, this workshop will bring together expert nursing faculty and nursing student from around the world to examine the role of nursing in situations when natural and man-made disasters impact human populations.
INU Summer Master’s School for Global Citizenship and Peace, the seventh annual master’s school will be held August 4-11, 2015 at Hiroshima University, Japan. The following themes will be addressed during the program:
- Global Governance and International Policy (International Law / Treaties)
- Responsibility and Justice in Global Politics
- Strategic Decision Making
- Realising Human Rights: The case of ASEAN
Master’s school will bring together academics and students from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America to examine the relationships among global change, globalization , and the concept of global citizenship.
INU Master’s School for Environmental Science, the fourth annual master’s school will be held August 5-11, 2015 at Hiroshima University, Japan. With the theme of Global Environmental Sustainability – Water Quality, Master’s School for Environmental Science will bring together academics and graduate students to explore ways of addressing this compelling global problem.
INU Student Seminar for Global Citizenship and Peace, the tenth annual seminar will be held August 5-11, 2015, at Hiroshima University, Japan. With a theme of Gender, Peace, and Security seminar will bring together academics and students from around the world to explore role of gender in addressing peace and security. Scheduled to take place concurrent with the Peace Memorial Ceremony on August 6.
INU representatives who will be present at the EAIE Conference are invited to the meeting at Clydebuilt, conveniently located at the front entrance of the SECC, the venue for the 2015 EAIE conference in Glasgow. INU delegates will be informed about agenda items and topics to consider in preparation for the 20th INU Council meeting.
The 20th INU Council meeting will take place immediately after the EAIE conference, starting with the campus tour of European University Viadrina and cultural program on the afternoon of Saturday, September 19, and ending with the dinner on Monday, September 21, 2015. More information will be provided at a later time.
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18th INU Council meeting
The meeting was held at James Madison University, November 9-12, 2014. Read more about the 18th INU Council meeting highlights.
The Professional Staff Training
The training was organized at James Madison University, November 9-12, 2014, with the themes of student success, academic planning and career advising. Read what participants experienced.
2014 Hiroshima University Summer Programs
Planning for the summer programs will start in early 2015.
2014 Nursing Workshop student testimony about her participation in the program is quite remarkable!
Henry Fong Award Winner Annoucement
Mr. Keijiro Matsushima
Hiroshima atomic bomb survivor Mr. Keijiro Matsushima dies
It is with heavy heard that we share the sad news of the passing of a great man. Mr. Keijiro Matsushima, the atomic bomb survivor who shared his story and touched many lives during the INU Student Seminar on Global Citizenship and Peace, passed away on Wednesday, November 12, 2014.