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Thursday, June 1 • 1:15pm - 2:45pm
International Internships: Nightmare or Nirvana

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International Internships: Nightmare or Nirvana
Rose Ginther, Anne Frost, Teresa Gregory

International internships provide students with undeniable benefits, immersing them into a different culture and allowing them to explore arts management through a new lens. However faculty and staff working to arrange these internships often struggle with finding suitable international internships and with supervising students at a distance. This conference session will explore recent research on internship practices in existing arts management education programs and will offer an opportunity to discuss issues inherent in the administration of these internships including language barriers, safety concerns, virtual monitoring and crisis management while exploring solutions that can lead to smoother cross border experiences for students.

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Teresa A. Gregory, CFRE

Associate Professor & Coordinator, Assessment & Accreditation: Sports, Arts & Entertainment Management program, Rowland, Point Park University
Teresa A. Gregory, CFRE, is an Associate Professor, and Coordinator, Assessment and Accreditation at Point Park University’s Rowland School of Business in the Sports, Arts & Entertainment Management Program. Professor Gregory teaches event management, fundraising, and SAEM Capstone... Read More →
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Anne Frost

Program Coordinator, Humber College Institute of Technology and Applied Learning
Anne Frost began her arts management career in the 1980s at Keyano Theatre, Fort McMurray, Alberta. Moving to Toronto, she worked at the Toronto Theatre Alliance on the Dora Mavor Moore Awards, and at Jeunesses musicales as Ontario Executive Director. After earning her Master’s... Read More →
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Rose Ginther

Associate Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts and Communications, MacEwan University
Rose holds a BA in History from the University of Alberta (1984) and an MA with a focus on work, organization and leadership (2010) from Athabasca University.Building on her graduate studies, research areas of interest include the ways in which organizations in the cultural sector... Read More →

Thursday June 1, 2017 1:15pm - 2:45pm
QMU Montgomery Room Queen Margaret Dr, Musselburgh EH21 6UU, UK

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