Administrative Duties of Offices

Resources for education abroad professionals responsible for data, documentation, processes, and policies for an effective administrative structure.

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Create Community and Expand Education Abroad through the Consortium Model

Consortiums provide collective avenues of support, resources, and services to its members. In education abroad, this especially relates to designing collaborative programs for which individual universities would not be able to fill on their own. With consortium programs, like minded

Dec 19, 2017
Tech Enhanced Predeparture Orientation

Tech enhanced pre-departure orientation can bring a lot of benefits to your staff and your students. However, implementation can be a drain on staff time and office resources. Use this resource to help you weigh the strengths and challenges of tech enhanced pre-departure orientation and determine if it’s a good fit for your campus. These resources will help you to: Integrate tech enhanced pre-departure orientation on your campus Identify appropriate considerations before implementation Outline objectives for your campus of tech enhanced pre-departure orientation View the presentation slides Created for the 2017 Annual Conference in Los Angeles, California by: Zack Klim, New York University Brian Brubaker, Pennsylvania State University Elsa Maxwell, CIEE

Dec 14, 2017
Model Staffing: Evaluating Your Office Structure and Effectiveness

International education managers are tasked with thinking strategically to meet organization-wide expectations while sustaining a customer-centric office environment.

Apr 03, 2017
Creating an Academic Framework for International Internships

According to the 2015 Institute for International Education Open Doors report, 19,000 students participated in for-credit international internships, while another 22,181 students reported participating in "non-credit work, internships, and volunteering abroad". As the number of students taking part in experiential

Mar 24, 2017
Regulatory Compliance for Education Abroad Risk Management: A NAFSA and URMIA Seminar

Through a framework of case studies, participants will discuss incidents and investigations stemming from obligations under the U.S. law and regulations.

Jan 19, 2017
Prioritizing Fire Safety for Education Abroad Programs

There is much attention paid to health and safety on education abroad programs, however not much that specifically applies to fire safety abroad. Even modern European cities, which are often the most popular study abroad destinations, often have fire safety

Dec 07, 2016
Finding Efficiencies in Education Abroad: Common Processes and Resources

Process mapping is often overlooked because education abroad professionals are overwhelmed with more pressing tasks, aren’t aware or its advantages, or just aren’t sure how to begin. This presentation will help you learn how to map out a process to

Nov 07, 2016
Realigning Partnerships Between Higher Education Institutions and International Education Organizations

Due to the proliferation of provider organizations working in the industry of U.S. education abroad, it has become incredibly challenging for even the most experienced education abroad professional to differentiate organizations and to determine with whom to partner. Long-standing affiliations

Oct 25, 2016
CAS Standards for Education Abroad Programs and Services

Details of the revised 2014 CAS Education Abroad Programs and Services standards and guidelines for its 8th edition of CAS Professional Standards for Higher Education. 

Sep 21, 2016
Building Successful Collaborations Between Study Abroad and Multicultural Offices

Developing a strong relationship with your campus multicultural affairs office can help education abroad professionals reach diverse students and strengthen campus support for both offices. This collegial conversation will explore what this collaborative relationship looks like on two different campuses

Aug 23, 2016
Understanding Partnerships and Budgeting with Education Abroad Program Providers

2017-06-15 3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. (EST) e-Learning Seminar $129 (member) $179 (nonmember) 2017-06-15 Register now With the rise in student interest in short-term study abroad opportunities, many universities rely on non-campus partners to provide quality, short-term p

Apr 04, 2016
Live Chat - Navigating the Transfer Credit Process

Meet the panelists Live Blog Navigating the Transfer Credit Process  

Mar 21, 2016
Recruiting for Staff Diversity

Institutions and providers deal with complex issues involving credit transfers, institutional policies, differences in contact hours and curricular standing, and questions of regional/national/disciplinary accreditation on a daily basis. Educators must work to align these issues with student expectations and the

Mar 21, 2016
Peer-to-Peer Power One of the best ways to keep students engaged once they return from an experience abroad is through a peer network or leader program working for their study abroad office or their program provider. This resource is designed to help education abroad professionals increase student participation abroad and at home. Given limited financial and staff resources, see how investing in peer-to-peer initiatives can support professionals and create a significant impact on recruitment and retention. Feb 26, 2016
New to Management in Education Abroad? Tips for Making the Move Smoothly Many education abroad professionals move into management positions with little formal preparation. The accompanied resources introduce four education abroad directors, all relatively new to their positions. Outlined in the PowerPoint are the current frustrations, challenges and successes of education abroad managers across the country face. Feb 26, 2016
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