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2023 Immigration Classifications Poster
Updated in 2023, NAFSA's ever-popular poster Immigration Classifications and Legal Employment in the United States describes each immigrant and nonimmigrant classification and provides at-a-glance information on employment eligibility and study options for each category. This organized and
2023 Immigration Review
The NAFSA 2023 Immigration Review provides a brief overview of changes in immigration law, policy, procedure, and practice over the past year as of May 2023. Subjects include recent policy revisions affecting F students and J exchange visitors, scholar- and employment-based updates, cross-category
Achieving More with Less: Lean Management in the IS Office
David L. Di Maria shows how tried-and-true lean management strategies and tools adapted from various industries can improve processes in international offices. Core concepts—such as diagnosing and eliminating waste, applying systems thinking to organizational dynamics, and streamlining
Addressing Mental Health Issues Affecting EA Participants
Addressing Mental Health Issues Affecting Education Abroad Participants provides education abroad professionals with tools to identify and help education abroad participants with mental health challenges. Topics covered include: common mental health concerns when and how to refer a student to
Addressing Mental Health Issues Affecting Intl Students
There is a growing need to develop methods and resources that address the unique mental health concerns of international communities. This important publication features helpful resources and practical, action-oriented checklists for international student advisers on topics including peer mentoring
Advising International Students with Disabilities
This digital download is essential for ensuring that international students with disabilities have successful experiences planning for their arrival in the United States and integrating into campus life. Featuring a variety of checklists, practice scenarios, and expert knowledge, it synthesizes
Careers in International Education: New Professionals
Careers in International Education: A Guide for New Professionals is a practical guide to planning the first 5 to 7 years of a career in international education. Readers consider professional performance and context, practical tools and resources, and different career trajectories. The book includes
Crisis Management in a Cross-Cultural Setting Book Cover
When a crisis hits, we often ask a series of questions: "What?" "Who?" "Where?" "When?" "How?" and then, "What now?" International educators know that responses to these questions may differ from culture to culture. Indeed, the very definition of what is and isn't a 'crisis' may depend upon its
Crisis Management in a Cross-Cultural Setting
When a crisis hits, we often ask a series of questions: "What?" "Who?" "Where?" "When?" "How?" and then, "What now?" International educators know that responses to these questions may differ from culture to culture. Indeed, the very definition of what is and isn't a 'crisis' may depend upon its