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INTERNATIONALIZING THE CAMPUS
THE INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION’S
About the Andrew Heiskell Awards
The Institute of International Education created the Andrew Heiskell Awards in 2001 to promote and honor the most outstanding initiatives being conducted in international higher education by IIENetwork member institutions. The goals of IIE’s Heiskell Awards are: to foster innovative ideas that will help international education professionals create and sustain new opportunities for students and faculty; to bring international education to the forefront of education policy; and to stimulate public awareness of the beneﬁts of study abroad and international educational exchange. IIE’s Heiskell Awards showcase the most innovative and successful models for internationalization of campuses, study abroad, and partnership programs in practice today, to encourage the expansion and creation of programs based on these successful models. To view past winners, visit www.iie.org/heiskellawards.
About Andrew Heiskell
Andrew Heiskell, a former chairman of Time Inc. and a former Chairman of the Executive Committee of IIE’s Board of Trustees, was a renowned international and cultural philanthropist and a long-time supporter of international education. He was proud of the programs that received the award bearing his name, and was delighted to play a role in recognizing the best practices in the ﬁeld. Born in Italy and educated in Germany, Switzerland, and France, Mr. Heiskell came to the United States in 1935. He attended the Harvard Graduate School of Business and worked as a reporter for the New York Herald Tribune before joining LIFE Magazine as Science and Medical Editor in 1937. After serving as Publisher and General Manager of LIFE and Vice President of Time Inc., Mr. Heiskell was elected Chairman of the Board of Time Inc. in 1960 and became the company’s Chief Executive Ofﬁcer in 1969. Mr. Heiskell was Chairman Emeritus of the New York Public Library and served as Chairman of the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities and The Bryant Park Restoration Corporation, and as Vice Chairman of the Lincoln Center Theater. He also served as Executive Committee Chairman for People for the American Way, the American Academy in Rome, and the Brookings Institution. Mr. Heiskell died in July 2003 at his home in Darien, Connecticut.
Visit www.iie.org/heiskellawards to download the Andrew Heiskell Award application. Heiskell Awards are awarded in four categories: Internationalizing the Campus, Study Abroad, International Exchange Partnerships, Internationalizing the Community College. Note: Categories may focus on a particular theme. Visit the Heiskell Awards website for the most updated information. The submission deadline is in October each year. If you have any questions about nominating for the Andrew Heiskell Awards for Innovation in International Education, please send an email to HeiskellAwards@iie.org.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of IIE Network Handbook 2012
IIE’s Regional and International Offices
IIE Telephone and Email Directory
Benefits of Membership
Membership Application Form
IIENetwork Associate Membership
Free Program Listings in IIE Directories
IIE Publications and Reports
Overview of Study Abroad Scholarships and Resources
Fast Facts: Open Doors® 2011 Report on International Educational Exchange
Bringing International Students to Your Campus
IIE Heiskell Awards for Innovation in International Education
IIE Scholar Rescue Fund®
Fulbright Scholar Programs: Engaging Faculty & Administrators
Center for International Partnerships in Higher Education
Report an Error Form
How to Use the Directory Listings
IIENetwork Members in the United States
International Members by Country
IIE Member Name Index
Index of IIENetwork Member Institutions
Index of Advertisers
IIE Network Handbook 2012
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