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Advising Intl Students on Education Abroad

What does an education abroad professional need to know about working with international students who wish to study abroad? Many universities have dual goals in mind as they seek to increase international enrollments as well as expand education abroad. When campuses are successful with both, international students seek education abroad opportunities. During this webinar, an international student adviser and an education abroad adviser from two different campuses discuss successful collaborations.

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Assessing Global Learning

Global learning is an essential component of education today. Whether through study abroad, service learning, or classroom-based curriculum, the critical analysis of and engagement with complex, interdependent global systems is a crucial component of the educational experience. In this Global Learning Faculty Conversation, assessment experts discuss both formative and summative methods of assessing global learning that promote student success.

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Beyond Brazil: Recruiting from the Southern Cone - Recording

As more U.S. institutions turn their attention on the Southern Cone region, it is vital that your recruitment efforts keep pace. Especially in the fast-growing markets of Argentina and Chile.

With the success of government initiatives such as the United States’ “100,000 Strong in the Americas” and the Brazil Scientific Mobility Program, expanding your recruitment efforts in the Southern Cone region are more important than ever.

This webinar provides a foundational overview of the educational systems in both Argentina and Chile and recruitment strategies for U.S. institutions. Presenters include a regional expert and a campus-based international recruiter who share best practices for successfully recruiting and retaining students from the region.

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Building Relationships with Sponsored Student Agencies

This webinar covers model practices for enrollment and advising of sponsored students from different campuses' perspectives, including an intensive English program. Expert speakers discuss how to maintain good communication with the sponsoring agency, as well as how to engage and integrate the sponsored students on the campus and in the community.

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Building Virtual Bridges for Cross-Cultural Learning - Rec

Many institutions are now using virtual connections to provide opportunities for cross-cultural learning with students and faculty abroad. In this webinar, presenters share from their experience using technology, such as video conferencing and online education platforms, to foster cross-cultural learning. They discuss the benefits and challenges of virtual education and how to form overseas partnerships, as well as ways to couple cross-cultural experiences and curriculum.

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Campus Internationalization: Engaging Faculty... - Recording

Join presenters Neal McCrillis of Columbus State University, and Dan Paracka of Kennesaw State University, as they share their successful strategies for engaging faculty, students, and community to strengthen their campus internationalization efforts. Drawing from their experience as winners of NAFSA’s Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization, McCrillis and Paracka provide real-world examples on how you can build upon existing programs and initiatives to broaden the global perspective of your campus.

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Clarifying Clery: Collaborations Between EA, Risk MGMT...

All U.S. universities that participate in federal financial aid programs are required to comply with the Clery Act, a law that compels institutions to report incidents of crime on or near campus. However, when asked about how their campus handles Clery Act compliance, many education abroad (EA) professionals will admit that they’re unsure of their responsibilities and their institution’s approach. Join speakers Dru Simmons (Ohio State University), Phillip Johnson (Notre Dame University), and Amanda Kelso (Duke University) as they explain the key points of the Clery Act and offer tools for you to develop or strengthen your own compliance strategy.

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Comprehensive Internationalization: Inspiring... - Recording

Comprehensive internationalization (CIZN) requires active support and participation from many offices and corners of campus (i.e., international programming offices, faculty and academic units, student service units). Leaders and key individuals from each of these areas can become effective change agent partners to advance internationalization. In this webinar Dr. John Hudzik, Michigan State University, and Dr. JoAnn McCarthy, INTO University Partnerships-North America, shift the conversation from the conceptual to the practicalities of integrating CIZN into an institutional initiative.

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Cross-Campus Collaboration: Strategies for... - Recording

Learn how two institutions, both recipients of NAFSA's Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization, facilitated cross-campus collaboration as part of their efforts to achieve comprehensive internationalization. Elizabeth Brewer and Gil Latz discuss how their schools operationalized and supported the strategic collaboration that enabled them to internationalize their respective institutions and how they maintain the momentum for collaboration.

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Cross-Cultural Dynamics in Crisis Management - Recording

Natural disasters, medical emergencies, mental health issues, trauma—even the most organized international student and scholar office can be shaken and thrown into chaos by an unexpected crisis. Join Ellen Dussourd and Elizabeth Barnum as they use case-based scenarios to take you through the process of how to discuss situations where you need to ask sensitive questions. They provide guidance on creating action plans, identifying valuable resources, providing emotional and practical support to students and others, gathering necessary cross-cultural information, and coordinating with partners both on and off your campus.

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