Speakers

Speakers will provide a variety of perspectives from different academic and professional backgrounds. This page provides information about presenters. For details of presentations and other programming, please visit the Programme page.


Speakers

  • Shingo Ashizawa
    Shingo Ashizawa
    Toyo University, Japan
  • Keiko Ikeda
    Keiko Ikeda
    Kansai University, Japan
  • Monty P. Satiadarma
    Monty P. Satiadarma
    Tarumanagara University, Indonesia
  • Craig N. Shealy
    Craig N. Shealy
    Western Washington University, United States
  • Philip Sugai
    Philip Sugai
    Doshisha Business School, Doshisha University, Japan

Previous Speakers

View details of speakers at past SEACE conferences via the links below.

Shingo Ashizawa
Toyo University, Japan

Biography

Shingo Ashizawa is a professor at Toyo University in Tokyo. His research involves the comparative study of higher education management and quality analysis of the internationalisation review process. Currently, Professor Ashizawa is leading a joint-research project supported by the Japanese government agency, JSPS (Japan Society for Promotion of Science). The project is focusing on foreign credential evaluation and the comparative study of the National Qualification Framework. His publications include The impact of Tokyo Recognition Convention and Digital Student Portability (2019) and Student Mobility Trends and the Role of University Networks in the Asia Pacific Region -UMAP and Its New Initiatives- (2019). He serves as an advisor for MEXT on the UNESCO’s Tokyo Recognition Convention Committee as well as referees for a number of JSPS funding related to internationalisation of Japanese universities. Shingo Ashizawa is also serving as Deputy Secretary General for UMAP (University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific) as of 2016. He teaches a number of courses including Immigration and Cross-cultural issues and International Student Mobility. As an outgrowth of these activities, he has organised several online communities for global education, including “RYUGAKU NO SUSUME Dot JP (Invitation to Study Abroad)” http://ryugaku-susume.jp/

Shingo Ashizawa received a Fulbright scholarship twice and studied at Harvard Graduate School of Education (1995) and conducted joint research at the East West Center of University of Hawaii. His past professional experience includes positions at the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE), Keio University, Osaka University, and Meiji University.

Panel Presentation (2021) | Transformation of Global Education Under COVID-19: A New Wave of Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)
Keiko Ikeda
Kansai University, Japan

Biography

Keiko Ikeda is a Professor in the Division of International Affairs, and KU-COIL Coordinator at Kansai University. Recently, she has taken the role as the principal project manager for the Inter-University Exchange Project funded by MEXT, 2018-2022 (COIL Plus Program to Develop Global Career Mindset). Keiko is Vice-Director for the newly established organisation at Kansai University, Institute for Innovative Global Education (IIGE). She has a PhD from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa, specialising in Japanese linguistics, foreign language education, and conversation analysis. Her interests in the international education field are internationalisation at home, constructing active learning programs collaborating with universities overseas. Keiko also plays a vital role in another line of the on-going government-funded project, SUCCESS-Osaka Project (2017-2021). It promotes the employability of international students who have studied in Japan.

Panel Presentation (2021) | Transformation of Global Education Under COVID-19: A New Wave of Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)
Monty P. Satiadarma
Tarumanagara University, Indonesia

Biography

Dr Satiadarma was a clinical psychologist who has taught psychology at Tarumanagara University since 1994. He was one of the founders of the Department of Psychology at Tarumanagara, as well as the Dean of Psychology, Vice Rector and Rector of the university. He graduated with a degree in psychology from the University of Indonesia, art therapy from Emporia State, Kansas, family counselling from Notre Dame de Namur, California, and clinical hypnotherapy from Irvine, California. He has nationally published a number of books with a particular interest in educational psychology, and in music and art therapy – methods with which he treated survivors of the Indonesian tsunami on behalf of the International Red Cross and the United Nations. He is a board member and area chair of the International Council of Psychology, and a founder and board member of the Asian Psychology Association.

Interview Session (2021) | Issues on Delivering Educational Program in Indonesia during COVID-19
Craig N. Shealy
Western Washington University, United States

Biography

Craig N. Shealy, PhD (http://ibavi.org/content/craig-n-shealy-phd.php) is Executive Director of the International Beliefs and Values Institute (IBAVI) and Professor of Psychology at Western Washington University. Craig Shealy leads a range of international activities including the Cultivating the Globally Sustainable Self Summit Series; various research and applied projects from the Summit Series will be published in a book that Craig is editing for Oxford University Press. Shealy, Merry Bullock, and Shagufa Kapadia also co-edit Going Global: How Psychology and Psychologists Can Meet a World of Need, a forthcoming volume from APA Books, which presents the work of leading psychologists in the United States and internationally. Craig Shealy’s research on the etiology, maintenance, and transformation of beliefs and values – explicated through Equilintegration (EI) Theory, the EI Self, and the Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory (BEVI) – has been featured in multiple publications, including Making Sense of Beliefs and Values: Theory, Research, and Practice, a recent volume with Springer Publishing, and other scholarly forums. The BEVI is used in a wide array of settings and contexts (e.g., clinical, educational, forensic, leadership, organizational), both in the United States and internationally, and has been selected for several grant-based initiatives. A licensed clinical psychologist, Dr Shealy is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, Past President of the APA’s Division of International Psychology, a recipient of the Early Career Award from the APA’s Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy, a Nehru Chair at the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, India, and a National Register Legacy of Excellence Psychologist.

Panel Presentation (2021) | Transformation of Global Education under COVID-19: a new wave of Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)
Philip Sugai
Doshisha Business School, Doshisha University, Japan

Biography

Philip Sugai is a Professor of Marketing within Doshisha University's Graduate School of Business where he currently teaches Marketing, eMarketing, Marketing Research, and Sustainable & Responsible Marketing. Dr Sugai also served as a Visiting Professor for Stanford University from 2015-2017, where he taught Innovation in Japan at the Stanford Overseas campus in Kyoto. Prior to joining the Doshisha University faculty, Dr Sugai taught at the International University of Japan in Niigata – where he also served as Dean and Associate Dean of the IUJ Business School for six years.

Philip Sugai is the author of two books, Building Value Through Marketing: A Step-By-Step Guide (Routledge) and The Six Immutable Laws of Mobile Business (John Wiley & Sons) and has published case studies with Ivey Business School Publishing on Suntory, KITKAT Japan, AGL, Hatsune Miku, and Walt Disney Internet Group.

He received his PhD from Waseda University and his MBA in Marketing and Operations Management from New York University's Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He has worked as a marketing executive at American Express, Muze, Inc., and Lightningcast, Inc., and currently serves as a marketing advisor and marketing strategy consultant to companies both in Japan and globally.

Keynote Presentation (2021) | Measuring Value: 80 Goals for 7 Stakeholders
X
A message from the IAFOR Board of Directors on the impact of COVID-19 on our activities.