This article reports on a capacity building partnership between The University of Georgia and the higher education system of Tunisia that has been ongoing since 2002. The article discusses important aspects of the program, highlights the conceptual framework and underlying principles that have guided and shaped its design, and gives a comprehensive overview of its overall objectives, concrete actions, and outcomes. Our team’s response to Tunisia’s most urgent development needs; integrating institutional and national resources; building networks of decision makers, administrators, faculty, and students across disciplinary and institutional boundaries; and facilitating the development of indigenous expertise were among the attributes leading to the program’s selection for the Andrew Heiskel Award for Innovation in International Education.
Hamrita, Takoi K.
"Building a Holistic International Educational Partnership: Collaboration Between The University of Georgia and the Tunisian Higher Education System,"
Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship: Vol. 4:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.northgeorgia.edu/jces/vol4/iss1/2