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Hiring for Diversity: Strategies to Strengthen Recruitment and Hiring Efforts

Diversity and inclusion are often top goals for search committees when hiring for the international education office. This NAFSA Collegial Conversation will discuss strategies for developing and implementing inclusive searches that promote staff diversity. Join expert panelists as they share best practices to obtain buy-in from campus administration and search committees in viewing diversity as a worthy cause.

Sep 25, 2018
Spanish Visas for Education Abroad Programs

Spain is a leading destination for U.S. study abroad students and has been for decades. Join members of NAFSA’s Consular Affairs Liaison Subcommittee on July 19 at 3:00p.m. (EDT) as they answer your questions live regarding the student visa process

Jun 21, 2018
Discovering Opportunities and Strategies in Sponsored Program Administration

January 22, 2018 | 3:30 p.m. EST Sponsored Programs worldwide remain an integral driver in educational exchange despite seismic changes in scholarship programs and political conditions. Our panel will provide strategic and timely updates on major sponsored programs impacting U.S.

Dec 20, 2017
Strategies and Tips for Diversifying Recruitment Streams

October 3, 2017 | 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. EDT A diverse international student body supports internationalization efforts and enhances the college experience. More than ever, institutions must develop sustainable international enrollment strategies to mitigate the risk of overreliance on top sending

Sep 07, 2017
Supporting Students Abroad in a World of Microaggressions

A microaggression is defined as a subtle but offensive comment or action directed at a minority or other nondominant group that is often unintentional or unconsciously reinforces a stereotype. In recent years, many universities have sought to raise awareness among

Aug 15, 2017
Schengen Visa Advising

Many education abroad programs are less than 90 days to avoid the need for a visa, but did you know that your student may face stiff penalties and fines if they overstay 90 days within the Schengen Zone without a

Jun 27, 2017
French Visas for Education Abroad Programs

France remains a top destination for U.S. students studying abroad, but visa requirements vary by consulate causing some confusion among students and advisers. Members of NAFSA’s Consular Affairs Liaison Subcommittee will answer your questions

May 23, 2017
Student Visas for the United Kingdom

Does your student need a Tier 4 or a Student Visitor Visa? Do you have the CAS number? Can a student visa be expedited? Get your student visa questions for the UK answered in this live Collegial Conversation

May 23, 2017
Italian Visas for Education Abroad Programs

Italy is the second leading destination for U.S. study abroad students according to the most recent Open Doors report. Members of NAFSA’s Consular Affairs Liaison Subcommittee answered questions live.

Mar 20, 2017
Preparing to Study Abroad: Learning How to Navigate Academic Accommodations

While students may have established academic accommodations at their U.S. institutions, when they choose to study abroad they also choose to accept the challenge of studying in a new educational system that may or may not offer the same accommodations.

Oct 11, 2016
Fostering International Student Success

Time/Date: Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 1:00 p.m. EDT Learn how community colleges work to ensure the academic success and social integration of international students. Panelists will share advising practices and strategies to foster cross-cultural understanding and engagement. Relevant resources

Sep 30, 2016
Live Chat - Institutional Liability for Personal Travel in Education Abroad Programs

Students often make travel plans before and after program dates, and during program breaks. Some institutions require participants to file a travel log, while others take the stance that students are able to act independently with no need to report to program leaders at times when the program is not “on,” such as over weekends or during scheduled holidays.

Sep 29, 2016
Framing the Conversation: Using Data to Advocate for Campus-Wide Support of the IEM Office

Effective international enrollment management professionals understand the importance of using data for strategic planning, enrollment forecasting and tracking returns on investments. This Collegial Conversation goes one step further by exploring various approaches to utilizing data as an advocacy tool for

Sep 14, 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
Academic Frameworks for Internships and Service Programs

As more students seek to maximize the career value of study abroad by pursuing international internship and service-learning programs, the need for establishing an academic framework for these types of programs has become increasingly apparent.

Jul 13, 2016
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