CIES Honorary Fellow Award Webinar to Celebrate 2020 Honorary Fellow Dr. Mark Ginsburg
Join CIES for a Zoom webinar to celebrate 2020 Honorary Fellow Dr. Mark Ginsburg on Wednesday, October 28, at 3:00 p.m. EDT.
The Honorary Fellows Award was established by CIES in 1982 to honor senior members of the society who, through a period of life-long service and contribution to the field of comparative and international education as evidenced by scholarship, teaching, research, and technical service, have advanced the field qualitatively and significantly. During his time at Pitt, Dr. Ginsburg once served as IISE Director. The award was established to recognize those scholars who have made the most marked contributions to growth in the field.
Time: 3:00-4:00 p.m. EDT (12:00 noon PT) on Wednesday, October 28.
Welcoming Remarks: Dr. Iveta Silova, CIES President, Former Chair of the CIES Honorary Fellow's
Committee, Arizona State University
Remarks: Dr. Steven Klees, University of Maryland, who nominated Dr. Ginsburg for the award
Speaker: Honorary Fellow Dr. Mark Ginsburg, University of Maryland
"Without question, Mark deserves this award given his career-long service and contribution to the field of comparative and international education (e.g., serving as CIES President, 1991-1992 and coeditor of the Comparative Education Review, 2003-2013). He has an outstanding record in scholarly research and publication; teaching and mentoring; as well as technical assistance in policy, planning, and evaluations."-
Excerpt from CIES Honorary Fellow nomination letter from Steven Klees
Dr. Mark Ginsburg is a Visiting Scholar at University of Maryland (USA). He has also served on the faculty at the University of Aston (Birmingham, England); University of Houston; University of Pittsburgh; University of Oslo (Norway); Teachers College, Columbia University; Kobe University (Japan); George Washington University; and Universidad de Ciencias Pedagógicas “Enrique José Varona” (Cuba). He was the Director of the Faculties of Education Reform component of the USAID-funded Education Reform Project in Egypt (2004-2006) and worked as a Senior Technical Advisor for AED/FHI 360 (2016-2016). Previously, he was CIES president (1991-1992) and coeditor of the Comparative Education Review (2003-2013). He has (co)authored or (co)edited eight books, four special issues of journals, and over 125 journal articles and book chapters.
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