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Global Mapping of EiE Teaching and Learning at the University Level – Take the Survey!

8 January 2014

Dear INEE Members,

At the request of the INEE community, INEE Working Group on Minimum Standards is mapping the breadth of courses focused on Education in Emergencies and related fields, offered at the university level. In this effort, we have created a brief survey intended for university-level students, professors, and researchers with knowledge of university-based programs, such as Certificate, Associates, Bachelors, Masters, PhD, Continuing Education/Extension programs.

Take the Survey
Help INEE better support university-level EiE teaching and learning

The responses gathered from this survey will help INEE better understand the scope of EiE and related teaching and learning happening at the university level worldwide. This information will inform the INEE strategy to improve support and services for university students, professors and researchers in the field of EiE. The survey will be accessible until February 10, 2014 and INEE will make the findings of the survey public in Spring 2014.

The survey takes only 15 minutes or less to complete but the results will go a long way in helping INEE to better support EiE learning. We appreciate your responses!

Sincerely,
Tzvetomira Laub

On behalf of the INEE Working Group on Minimum Standards and Network Tools:

ActionAid, John Abuya, Kenya
American Institutes for Research (AIR), Howard Williams, United States, Co-Chair
Basic Education for Afghan Refugees (BEFARe), Shakir Ishaq, Pakistan
Development Alternatives Inc. (DAI), Anne Simmons-Benton, United States
Family Health International 360 (FHI360), Ken Rhodes, United States
Independent, Carine Allaf, United States, Co-Chair
INTERSOS, Marta Ricci, Italy
Mavi Kalem Social Assistance and Charity Association, Zeynep Turkmen, Turkey
Ministry of Education - Yemen, Khalil Muhammad Ali, Yemen
Norwegian Refugee Council, Silje Sjovaag Skeie, Norway
Plan International, Sweta Shah, United States
Reach Out to Asia (ROTA), Essa Ali Al-Mannai, Qatar
Save the Children Australia, Andres Felices-Sanchez, Australia
Save the Children Norway, Bente Sandal-Aasen, Norway
Soluciones Prácticas, Illari Aguilar Sanguinetti, Peru
Teachers College, Columbia University, Mary Mendenhall, United States
UNESCO, Gabriel El Khili, France
UNICEF Ethiopia, Francesca Bonomo, Ethiopia
UNICEF HQ, Caroline Keenan, United States
UNRWA, Caroline Pontefract, Jordan
WarChild Holland, Jonathan Penson, The Netherlands
World Vision International, Wendy Smith, United States