November 18, 2016
As campuses across the United States prepare for a new administration, many in the international education community are facing difficult questions from international students and scholars seeking answers and assurances. On Friday, November 18, the final day of International Education Week 2016, NAFSA hosted its inaugural International Education Town Hall, the first in a series of online forums designed to bring together the international education community in a time of uncertainty and change.
Ravi Shankar, NAFSA Board of Directors vice president for professional development and engagement, and Sam Brown, NAFSA chair-elect of the Knowledge Community for International Student and Scholar Services (KCISSS), brought together the international community to share, listen, and learn about how we move forward.
The town hall focused on:
- Resources to support students and scholars;
- Best practices and models;
- Collaborating with campus stakeholders;
- Outreach to the community.