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Mobilize Your Data! Using Data to Make the Case That Matters

A successful international student recruitment strategy needs legs – and decisionmakers. In this module, Sara Kurtz Allaei describes successful strategies for mobilizing stakeholders to put your data-driven recruitment plan in the driver’s seat.

Apr 19, 2013
Getting to Yes: Engaging Your Campus in Finding Critical Data for International Student Recruitment

Getting the critical data you need for successful international student recruitment planning necessarily involves engaging the “data guardians” of your institution – the staff, faculty, and departments that hold the keys to that critical data – in mutually beneficial, collaborative relationships. Where do you start? In this module, Kristina Wong-Davis discusses how to identify and successfully engage the “data guardians” on your campus in collection and analysis of critical data.

Apr 19, 2013
The Changing Nature of the U.S. University Classroom

Scott Stevens will bring closure to the online conference by summarizing the changing nature of the university classroom. With an eye toward the successful academic integration of future cohorts of Chinese students, Scott will recommend cross-cultural and pedagogical strategies for faculty and staff to proactively respond to the changing demographics on US campuses.

Apr 19, 2013
Poster Fair

The poster fair's theme is Creating an Understanding of American Life Using Campus and Community Programming. All online conference participants are invited to participate in the poster fair.

Mar 28, 2013
Today's Chinese Student: Cultural Insights for Better Integration

International Student Advisers, International Admissions Officers, Senior International Officers, Academic Advisers, Student Affairs Staff, Faculty, Counseling Staff 2012-12-04 3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. EST Training $149 (member) $189 (nonmember) Description Today's Chine

Aug 21, 2012
Chinese Students in Undergraduate Programs: Understanding and Overcoming the Challenges In expanding efforts to recruit Chinese undergraduate students, deans and provosts envisioned an influx of highly engaged, academically successful students who would enrich the cultural diversity of their classrooms. However, the reality has been more complicated. Mar 01, 2012
wRAP-Up - March 2012 Chinese Students in Undergraduate Programs: Understanding and Overcoming the Challenges, Conditional Admission 101, English Language Teaching and Administration News, International Growth Blessings Require Infrastructure Enhancement Feb 21, 2012
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