Zappile, Tina (2021). “Motions, Memo and Multilateralism: Teaching World Politics with Experiential Learning”, Roundtable participant at the International Studies Association (ISA) Annual conference, Virtual, April 6-9, 2021. 

Zhou, J. & Scarnati, B. (2021). Building effective faculty collaborations for curriculum change through the Loop Spiral Process. Curriculum as a Collaborative Space: How to Organize Catalytic and Effective SIO-Faculty Collaborations on Curricula (AIEA Thematic Forum), Northern Arizona University, AZ. 

Jiang, Y., Zhou, J., & Brisch, B. (February 2021). International higher education leaders as advocates and agents for change for social justice. AIEA 2021 Conference, Virtual. 

Zhou, J., MacCleoud, H., & Abdel-Kader, M. (February 2021). Global learning, social justice pedagogies, and virtual exchange: Developing engaged global citizens. AAC&U General Education, Pedagogy, and Assessment Conference, Virtual. 

Brown, A., Liu, Y, Zhou, J., & Janecki, J. (October 2020). Enhancing global learning: Integration of languages in interdisciplinary frameworks. AAC&U Global Learning Conference, Virtual. 

Zhou, J., Deardorff, D., & Scarnati, B. (May 2020). Internationalizing the curriculum through social justice pedagogies. NAFSA 2020 Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO. 

LeBeau, L., Zhou, J., & Kalu, K. (February 2020). Trends and opportunities of faculty engagement in internationalization. AIEA 2020 Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. 

Zhou, J., Deardorff, D., & Scarnati, B. (February 2020). SIO-faculty collaborations: Internationalizing the curriculum through social justice pedagogies. AIEA 2020 Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. 

Zhou, J., MacCleoud, H., & Abdel-Kader, M. (January 2020). Global learning for global results: Strategies to integrate global learning into curriculum and across campus. AAC&U 2020 Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. 

Zappile, Tina (2019). "Global Challenges and First Year Experiences” with Shala Mills at the High Impact Practices for Global Engagement Workshop sponsored by the University of Minnesota, Duluth, September 27, 2019. Program and materials available at

Zappile, Tina (2019). “Building 21st Century Skills with Global, Adaptive, Digital Learning” session with Heather Newlin, Lead Learning Designer at Smart Sparrow, presented at the annual NAFSA: Association of International Educators conference in Washington, DC, May 26-31, 2019. Details and materials available at

Zappile, Tina (2019). “Technology-Enabled Authentic Assessment”, Panelist on with Amanda Newlin (VP Learning Architecture and Head of the US Studio, Smart Sparrow) and Kurt Peterschmidt (Lead Architect, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at ACTNext) at the IMS Global Learning Consortium (@Learning Impact) Leadership Institute in San Diego, CA, May 20-23, 2019. Details available at:

Zhou, J. & White, T. (October 2019). Keep calm and engage the faculty: Strategies for internationalization. NAFSA Region X Conference, Bolton Landing, NY. 

Zhou, J. & Scarnati, B. (October 2019). Catalyzing deep curriculum change for global learning. AAC&U Global Citizenship for Campus, Community, and Careers: Crossing Borders and Boundaries, San Antonio, TX. 

Zhou, J., Medlin, J., Abbenbroek, M., & Scarnati, B. (May 2019). Global learning pedagogy: Elements of successful curriculum internationalization. NAFSA 2019 Conference, Washington, D.C. 

Jiang, X., Zhou, J., & Crenshaw, S. (May 2019). Defining effective assessment of international programs. NAFSA 2019 Conference, Washington, D.C. 

Zhou, J., & Zhang-Addyson, A. (May 2019). Social media for global education. NAFSA 2019 Conference, Washington, D.C.

Sipos, G., Zhou, J., & Wood, P. (January 2019). Survival of the fittest: Campus internationalization in midsize public university. AIEA 2019 Conference, San Francisco, CA. 

Zhou, J., Barney, R., & Scutt, E. (October 2018). Voices: An institution’s efforts to enhance global learning. AAC&U Global Engagement and Spaces of Practice Conference, Seattle, WA. 

Zhang, A., & Zhou, J. (October 2018). Social media: Digital approaches to global learning. AAC&U Global Engagement and Spaces of Practice Conference, Seattle, WA.

Zhou, J. (Accepted). Re-examining internationalization of higher education: A dynamic system approach. European Association for International Education, Geneva, Switzerland. 

Zhou, J., Spitzer, L., Hutchison, C. B., & Sharif, M. (May 2018). Faculty voices on international education: Challenges and institutional support. NAFSA 2018 Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. 

Zhou, J., Reisinger, D., & Gonzalez, S. (April 2018). Language matters: Assessing the role of language study as a strategy for internationalization. Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) Conference, Denver, CO. 

Zhou, J., LeBeau, L, & Gardenier, K. (February 2018). Faculty development and engagement: A catalyst for campus and curriculum internationalization. Associate of International Education Administrators, Washington, D.C.

Zhou, J., Yang, K., & Tome, D. (2017). Connecting the dots: Enhancing global learning and engagement in curricular and co-curricular programs. AAC&U Global Engagement and Social Responsibility Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Tome, D., Zhou, J., & Yang, K. (2017). Finding the “global” in our “local” community: Integrating global-learning and engagement. 2017 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Zhou, J. (2017). A dynamic systems approach of assessing global learning. NAFSA Global Learning Colloquium on Assessment, Los Angeles, CA. (See the slides here.)

Spitzer, L., & Zhou, J. (2017). Strengthening connections to support international faculty and staff. NAFSA 2017 Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Adelung, M., Anastasi, S., Bergonze, E., Crisfulli, M., & DuLuigi, K. (April 2017). Nursing students abroad: Travel learn to Bogota, Colombia. Global Alliance for Leadership in Nursing Education and Science International Conference-Catalyzing Nursing Education and Scholarship for Global Health Conference, Miami, FL.

Nicoles, R. (2017). A knowing power: Bourgeois ideology and colonial surveillance and The persistence of history at the frontier. Chaired panels at the Mountstuart Elphinstone between Local and Global Forces: Colonial Knowledge, National Histories and Regional Realities in South Asia, Jnanapravaha, Mumbai, India.

Delrossi, L., Pawlowska, M., Schindler, V., & Zhan, D. (2017). Rehabilitation: An international approach. Universidad del Rosario in Bogota, Colombia at the 3rd annual “Learning Abroad” trip to Colombia, South America.

Nicoles, R. (2017). Global Asia. Presented at New York University, New York, NY.

Shah, A. (2017). The role of accents in criminality & racial profiling: Understanding & improving cross-cultural communication and reducing racial bias. Tools for Community Policing Workshop, Sponsored by the Atlantic City and Pleasantville Municipal Planning Board (MPB), funded by the NJ Office of the Attorney General, Stockton University, Galloway, NJ.

Zappile, T. (2017). Teaching students to critically think about global governance with an adapted team-based learning and writing approach. 58th Annual International Studies Association Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Zhou, J. (2016). Assessment of internationalization of higher education: Theoretical contributions and practical implications. NAFSA Research Symposium, Washington, D. C.

Mukherjee, A. (2016). Panel Session Chair, Public Policy. Global Diplomacy and Trade promotion. Annual Conference of the Academy of International Business, Northeastern Region, Philadelphia, PA.

Previti, L. (2016). International/Global business Topics Session Chair. Presented at 2016 NABET 39th Annual Meeting in State College, PA.

Zhou, J., Zucconi, L., Yang, K., & Tome, D. (2016). CLAC across the campus: Supporting and implementing curricular and co-curricular activities. CLAC 2016 Conference, Des Moines, IA.

Zhou, J. (2016). Dynamic strategies to promote and strengthen global learning across the curriculum. AAC&U Global Learning Conference, Denver, CO.

Zhou, J. (2016). Architecture for global learning: Defining and designing quality in global learning at your institution, NAFSA Webinar. 

Haria, P. & Zhou, J. (2016). Teach and discover India: Inter- and intra-institutional collaborations to develop global and inter-professional perspectives. APLU CII 2016 Summer Meeting: North American Public Universities in the 21st Century: Global Responsibilities, Challenges and Opportunities in the Developing Global South, New Brunswick, NJ.

Kalibatseva, Z., & Leong, F. T. L. (2016). Cultural predictors of depression among Chinese Americans and European Americans. American Psychological Association, Division 45 Research Conference, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.

Kalibatseva, Z. (2016). Treatment of depression among culturally diverse populations. American Psychological Association, Division 45 Research Conference, Stanford University. Palo Alto, CA.

Kalibatseva, Z. (2016). Assessment and predictors of depression among culturally diverse populations. American Psychological Association, Division 45 Research Conference, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.

Zhou, J. & Spitzer, L. (2016). Constructing your institution’s capacity for global learning. NAFSA 2016 Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

Zhou, J. & Spitzer, L. (2016). A strategic approach to strengthening and centralizing comprehensive and institutional commitment to internationalization. Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA) 2016 Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Bukowski, E., Cordero-Román, A., & Feeney, L. (2015). Fusing academic and cultural competency from the classroom to the community: E-merging language acquisition and physical therapy. NJEDge 2015 Annual Conference, Princeton, NJ.

Zhou, J. & Spitzer, L. (2015). Approaches to internationalizing the curriculum: New horizons to enhance global learning. NAFSA 2015 Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

White, M., Spitzer, L., & Zhou, J. (2015). Using biography and autobiography in the classroom to raise cultural awareness and foster globalization. Fourth Annual Teaching the World Forum: Local-Global Connections and Equity, New Brunswick, NJ.

Zhou, J., Feeney, L., Rovera, N., Fitzpatrick, L., & Londono, A. (2015). Fusing academic and cultural competency from the classroom to the community: E-merging language acquisition and physical therapy. CLAC 2015 Conference, Granville, OH.

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Spitzer, L. & Zhou, J. (2014). Pathways to global competence: A small college takes big steps. NAFSA 2014 Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.  (Click here for the presentation slides)



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