Anne P. Copeland's Professional Presentations
About Families In Intercultural Transition:
Families in Global Transition, 2004, 2007, 2010
About Expatriate Spouses:
Families in Global Transition, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2008, 2009
About The US As A Foreign Destination:
Girl Scouts Global Exchange. 2010
The Interchange Institute Quoted In The News
"Moving Pains" in the Chicago Tribune, April 19, 2011, quoted Anne Copeland regarding can love trump geography in moves.
January 21, 2011, Anne Copeland's letter was published in the New York Times Letter to the Editor section for The Debate Goes On: A Parent-Child Puzzle
The Interchange Institute's study "At Home Abroad Final Report" was one of the top two surveys in Expatica's Top Five Industry Survey Awards.
The Forum for Expatriate Management, October 2010 awarded an EMMA (Expatriate Management and Mobility Award) to The Interchange Institute for Thought Leadership.
Daily Finance , May 29, 2010, " Why Learning to Understand Unfamiliar Accents May Save Your Life," quoted Anne Copeland regarding cross cultural training by corporations.
New York Times, March 8, 2010, "Going Global, Stateside," quoted Anne Copeland regarding cross cultural training by corporations.
New York Times, September 15, 2009, Overseas Stints for U.S. Workers Are Shorter but Still Challenging ".
Harvard Business Review Editors' Blog , July 20, 2009, in an article on "The Problems with Short Term Overseas Assignments," discusses Anne Copeland's recent research on Voices from the Road and Home. discusses Anne Copeland's recent research on Voices from the Road and Home.
Human Resource Executive Online, February 2009 , Kid's Eye View quoting Anne Copeland. Kid's Eye View quoting Anne Copeland.
Elle Singapore, July 2008, "Confessions of a Trailing Spouse", featuring Anne Copeland's research
Mobility Magazine, March 2008, Anne Copeland's article: "Split-screen Life: an Intimate Look at International Short-term Assignments and Extended Business Travel."
The Wall Street Journal quoted Anne Copeland in their Work & Family column by Sue Shellenbarger on January 10, 2008---To Move or Not to Move: What Is Really Best for the Kids? The article referred to Anne's recently completed study: Voices from the Road and Home.
in Quick Leads to Positive Assignment Response
- Industry Spotlight
This (Confusing) American Life Boston Business Journal, June 16-22, 2006
Matters: A Study of How to Help International Transferees Relocate
Expatriate Management: Challenges for the Future, Expatica, January 2006
Separation Anxiety: Short Job Transfers Create Problems for Families Left Behind, by Sue Shellenbarger, The Wall Street Journal, October 27, 2005
Supporting the Spouse Through Global Relocation, by Galen Tinder, Mobility Magazine, October 2005
Is My Voice Being Heard?An Expatriate Spouse Speaks, by Val Boyko, Mobility Magazine, August 2005
Industry Surveys 2004: A Review of the Best, by Yvonne McNulty, Expatica HR, April 2005 and Human Capital Plus, June 2005
Moving Can Be Hard on Children, by Shelley Kimmons Bacote, Sun Publications, July 2004
Book Review: Global Baby, by Betsy Burlingame, www.expatexchange.com, May 2004
Book Review: Global Baby, Weekly Telegraph Issue No. 676, Joanna Parfitt.
Building Cross-Cultural Understanding, by Fran Bidwell, Jan Kullmann, and Roxana Billman, Expatriate Advisor/Academic News (Newsletter of ACS), Summer 2003
Book Review: Understanding American Schools, by Peggy Love, www.bound4.com, August 2003
Seeking out a Sense of Belonging, by Jo Parfitt, www.expat.telegraph.co.uk, August 2003
Cross-Cultural Understanding, by Fran Bidwell, Cobham/ACS Update, Spring/Summer 2003
Repatriation Into Retirement, by Nancy Lockwood, Among Worlds/Expatriate Advisor, March/Winter 2003
Research Report Review: Many Women Many Voices, by Jo Parfitt, www.career-in-your-suitcase.com, 2002
Making or Breaking the Family Unit, by Nancy Lockwood, Mobility, October 2002
Spousal Neglect Found in Relocation Study, by David Shadovitz, Human Resource Executive Magazine, October 2002
Home Truths About Foreign Postings, by Billy Cheng, BusineesWeek Online, July 15, 2002
Book Review: Getting to Grips with American Schools (Understanding American Schools), Expatrium, July - Issue 4, 2002
Building Relationships, by Joanna Parfitt, Expatrium, March - Issue 3, 2002
Book Review: Understanding American Schools, Woman Abroad, December/January 2002
Intercultural Group Eases Parents' Adjustment to US, by Karen Campbell, The Boston Globe, December 2001
Having the Right Connections, by Nancy R. Lockwood and Sylvia S. Ehrlich, Mobility, December 2001
More than Lip Service to Spouse Support, by Sarah Bingham, www.expatica.com, December 2001
Book Reviews: Understanding American Schools, Smooth Beginnings, and Hit the Ground Running, by Peter Van Buren, www.travelwithyourkids.com November, 2001
Book Review: Understanding American Schools, by Joshua Wood, www.expatexchange.com, August 2001
Family Matters: Three Easy & Cost Effective Steps to Avoiding Global Assignment Disaster, by Bradley van Hoek, Expatriate Advisor, Spring 2001
Moving and Traveling with Children, by Bill Graebel, Corporate Relocation News, March 2001
A Test of Friendship, by Ellen Goodman and Patricia O'Brien, The Boston Globe Magazine, May 2000
How Wives Experience Culture Shock, by Robin Pascoe, The Weekly Telegraph, October 2000
Ruminations from 'The Other Half': Expatriate Partners Tell It Like It Is by Jamil Khoury, Mobility, April 1999
Unhappy in Paris? How Can That Be? by Linda Klein Means, Mobility, July 1998
Selected Articles Written By Anne P. Copeland
Eura Relocation published an article by Anne in their March Newsletter based on her February E-notes article.
Mobility Magazine, February 2009, Anne Copeland's article: Voices from Home: the Personal and Family Side of Unaccompanied Short-term International Assignments
Welcoming International Parents to Your Classroom, Kappa Delta Pi Record, Winter 2007
All Over the Map: Short Term Assignments, Focus News, The Expat Information and Lifestyle Magazine, February/March 2006
Flying with Baby: 10 Things You'd Be Really Sorry If You Forgot To Put in Your Carry-On Bag, The Expatriate Observer, Winter 2005
Global Baby: Relocating to a New Country with an Infant, Mobility Magazine, August 2004
Disrupting Family Dynamics: The Case of the Cereal Bowls, Tales from a Small Planet, September 2003
What Women Want: Customizing Cross-Cultural Training to Better Prepare Female Transferees, Worldwide News (Crown Relocation Newsletter), Issue 2 (October 2002)
Ask the Expert: American vs. German Schools, Expatrium, October - Issue 5, 2002
Mobile Students, Stable Schooling, Expatrium, July - Issue 4, 2002
Are you Listening?, FOCUS news, July 2002
Spousal Adjustment on International Assignments: The Role of Social Support, (co-author Sara K. Norell, Ph.D.), International Journal of Intercultural Relations, May 2002
Sizing Up American Schools, Mobility, February 2002
Being the 'New Kid': What Parents Can Do to Help, BR Anchor-Relocation Today Newsletter, January 2002
Sizing Up US Schools, Corporate Relocation News, December 2001
Wanting to Hear 'I'm Sorry', Corporate Relocation News, August 2001
Friendship in the US: Too Much Too Soon, Then Not Enough (reprinted), www.expatexchange.com, April 2001
The Many Faces of Eve, Woman Abroad, November/December 2000
I Think I Can, I Think I Can, Corporate Relocation News, October 2000
Wanted: A Close Circle of Friends, Woman Abroad, September/October 2000
What do Expatriate Partners Really Think, Expatriate Observer, Spring 2000
Friendship in the US: Too Much Too Soon, Then Not Enough, Expatriate Observer, Fall 1999
Helping Foreign Nationals Adapt to the U.S., Personnel Journal, February 1995
Anne P. Copeland In The News
Radio Interview: "Viewpoints", WWZN Boston, November 3, 2002
Radio Interview: Cross-Cultural Training for Expatriate Spouses, www.theamericanhour.com, April 28, 2002
Radio Interviews - The World, November 9, 1998, July 21 and June 18, 1997, October 4, 1996
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