Aimee Haley graduated with the 2011 class of the European Master of Higher Education (HEEM) program at the University of Oslo. Before beginning the program, Aimee worked in university administration at a distance learning department in an American university. She has a bachelor degree in sociology from Washington State University and a first master degree in educational leadership and policy from the University of Utah. She is currently the Chair of the EMA Course Quality Advisory Board.
In July, the third regional EM-iDEA Conference was held at Vilnius University. This event brought together Course Coordinators and others involved with the Erasmus Mundus (EM) courses in order to disseminate, exchange, and act with the goal of finding ways to strengthen and improve EM courses.
Aimee Haley, an alumna of the HEEM program and Chair of the EMA Course Quality Advisory Board (EMA C-QAB), introduced a new initiative that was recently launched by the Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association (EMA). This new initiative was the creation of an Advisory Board that is committed to improving the student experience and welfare of EM students. The Board will address the concerns of students by assessing and suggesting mechanisms for improvement, and it will also oversee the implementation of these mechanisms. (more…)