The School of Education values the partnerships that it has with institutions around the world. Faculty, staff, and students learn and grow through these collaborations. We seek to maintain and grow existing SoE-wide partnerships; create new partnerships with universities and organizations that span the globe; and ensure substantive collaborations with generative outcomes.
The School of Education is a member of the International Network of Education Institutions. School of Education faculty members looking to connect with colleagues at INEI institutions are encouraged to explore the INEI faculty database. This network is a collaboration among ten top schools and colleges of education around the globe including:
- Australia: Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne
- Brazil: School of Education, University of São Paulo
- Canada: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto
- China: Faculty of Education, Beijing Normal University
- Denmark: Danish School of Education, Aarhus University
- Japan: Graduate School of Education/School of Education, Hiroshima University
- Singapore: National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University
- South Africa: School of Education, University of Cape Town
- South Korea: College of Education, Seoul National University
- United Kingdom: Institute of Education, University College London
Members of the School of Education with ideas for research initiatives or projects with our partner institutions are encouraged to contact the Global Engagement Office: email@example.com.
Proposing New International Agreements
International Agreements, including Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) documents, are one way to forge collaborations between faculty, departments/units, and schools/colleges with external partners.
As required by UW–Madison, the Global Engagement Office will collaborate with all faculty and staff to put forth new agreements from within the SoE. Dr. Adam Nelson, Co-Director of the Global Engagement Office, is the first point of contact within the SoE. He will work with you and Carrie Golden, International Agreements Specialist, on completing the required form and paperwork. For more information about this process, visit the International Agreements Knowledge Base.
Please note, all agreements are vetted through the International Division as they can only be signed by the Vice Provost and Dean of the International Division, by the Provost, or by the Chancellor, and with the prior approval of Dean Diana Hess.