Chicago 2006

1. Internationaler TDP-Workshop 2006

Promoting Internationalisation and Global Education: Joint and Double Degree Programs in Engineering Education between USA, Canada and Germany

Chicago, Illinois, 16.-18. Juni 2006

Conference Center – Kellogg School of Management - Northwestern University - Chicago, Illinois


Freitag, 16. Juni 2006

16.00 Uhr


16.30 -
17.00 Uhr

Welcome and Introduction of Participants and Program

Welcome Helen Oloroso, McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science, Northwestern University

Welcome and Introduction of Participants & of the Transatlantic Degree Programs Project Ulrich Grothus, DAAD New York

17.00 -
17.45 Uhr

Keynote Address


Samstag, 17. Juni 2006

09.00 -
11.00 Uhr

Panel 1
Role and Relevance of Double and Joint Degree Programs in Internationalizing Higher Education

11.30 -
13.00 Uhr

Panel 2
Case Studies

14.00 -
15.45 Uhr

Panel 3
Curricular Elements, Implementation, Recruiting

16.15 -
17.15 Uhr

Working Groups

  • Working Group 1
    Curricular Elements and Necessary Agreements on Contents, Assessment and Recognition of Joint and Double Degree Programs
    Chair: Manfred Hampe, Technische Universität Darmstadt

  • Working Group 2
    Legal, Financial and Administrative Aspects of Joint Degrees
    Chair: Joseph Hoey, Georgia Institute of Technology

  • Working Group 3
    Recruiting for and Marketing of Joint Programs
    Chair: John Grandin, University of Rhode Island


Sonntag, 18. Juni 2006

09.00 -
10.00 Uhr

Panel 4
Accreditation of Joint Degree Programs

10.30 -
11.30 Uhr

Reports of the Working Groups and Discussion of Results in the Plenary

Chair: Britta Baron, Canadian Universities’ Centre / TDP Project [pdf, 50KB]

11.30 -
12.30 Uhr

Wrap up and Conclusions, Future Steps

Chair: Duane Abata, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology


End of Workshop