Sponsored Program Administration

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Responding to a Crisis in a Student's/Scholar's Home Country Crises in a student's or scholar's home country may be political, social, economic, environmental, or health-related. Floods, tsunamis, earthquakes, political upheaval and war throughout the world can cause enormous stress for those affected. Oct 01, 2015
The Sponsored Student Odyssey: From Selection to Enrollment The Sponsored Program Administration (SPA) Network and English Language Teaching and Administration (ELTA) Network have combined forces and follow the story of how a sponsored student, Belen Alfaro from Argentina, was selected and then her journey to her current status of Fulbright grantee at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (UMASS). Feb 10, 2012
Ten Best Practices for Universities and Institutions Working with Sponsors/Programming Organizations

Compiled by Gabriele Schmiegel, sponsored student coordinator, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities.

Feb 10, 2012
The Wonderful (and Complex!) World of Sponsored Program Administration The administration of sponsored student programs consists of a complex formula that typically involves partners from several organizations working together. Generally speaking the partnership involves some combination of individuals from up to three institutions: a sponsor, a programming organization, and a training provider. Jan 12, 2012
Partners in the Administration of Sponsored Student Programs and Related Links

Web-based information and resources for administrators of sponsored programs. 

Jun 18, 2009
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