NAFSA Bookstore Events
The NAFSA Bookstore offers a wide variety of practice-related and thought-provoking publications from NAFSA and other top-quality publishers. New this year, several book signings and discussions for best-selling NAFSA publications will take place at the NAFSA Bookstore and Career Center (147A and B).
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Making Global Learning Universal: Promoting Inclusion and Success for all Students
10:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m. | NAFSA Bookstore
Hilary Landorf and Stephanie Doscher
Meet Hilary Landorf and Stephanie Doscher, two of the coauthors of Making Global Learning Universal: Promoting Inclusion and Success for all Students, at the NAFSA Bookstore for a discussion about their model for achieving global learning and how it both encompasses a wide variety of modes and experiences—in-person, online, and in cocurricular activities at home and abroad—and engages all students on campus.
Careers in International Education: A Guide for New Professionals
2:00 p.m.–2:30 p.m. | Career Center (147A and B)
Sora H. Friedman and Amir Reza
Meet the authors of one of NAFSA’s newest career resources, Sora H. Friedman and Amir Reza, at the NAFSA Career Center (147A and B). 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. Take this opportunity to discuss professional performance and context, practical tools and resources, and different career trajectories with the authors.
Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Senior International Officers: Essential Roles and Responsibilities
10:00 a.m.–10:30 a.m. | NAFSA Bookstore
David L. Di Maria and contributors
Meet David L. Di Maria, associate vice provost for international education at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County, and several of the contributors of NAFSA’s new career resource Senior International Officers: Essential Roles and Responsibilities. This book offers a comprehensive look at SIOs’ various roles and responsibilities across four major areas: strategy, administration, faculty and academics, and partnerships and outreach. Come get your book signed at this author event at the NAFSA Bookstore and walk away with tips for balancing leadership considerations with managerial concerns.
The International Education Handbook: Principles and Practices of the Field
3:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m. | Career Center (147A and B)
Meet Katherine Punteney, the author of NAFSA’s all-new international education career tome The International Education Handbook: Principles and Practices of the Field and coauthor of the complementary Facilitator’s Guide. The International Education Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of key sectors of the field of international education, highlighting the information and trends most relevant to international educators, particularly those new to the field. Graduate students and rising professionals should plan to attend this author event at the Career Center (147A and B) to discuss topics such as global competence, models of education abroad and experiential learning, international student recruitment and advising, and citizen diplomacy.
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Education Abroad and the Undergraduate Experience: Critical Perspectives and Approaches to Integration with Student Learning and Development
10:30 a.m.–11:00 a.m. | NAFSA Bookstore
Elizabeth Brewer, Anthony C. Ogden, and contributors
Meet Elizabeth Brewer, Anthony C. Ogden, and some of the contributors of this new volume that makes the case that learning abroad must be positioned within the work of the larger institution and students’ overall education. Education Abroad and the Undergraduate Experience stimulates thinking about the power of an integrative approach to education abroad for lasting educative value. Attend this author event at the NAFSA Bookstore to discuss approaches to ensure that students are afforded multiple opportunities and ongoing support to draw connections between their learning abroad with other dimensions of their undergraduate education.
Facilitating Education Abroad: Blueprints for Successful Advising
11:30 a.m.–12:00 p.m. | NAFSA Bookstore
Meet Stacey Hansen, author of the new digital download Facilitating Education Abroad: Blueprints for Successful Advising, the latest edition of the By Example series. This publication is an asset for education abroad advisers seeking to expand their programs and advising services. Covering topics such as marketing and outreach, managing student records, and linking international experiences to career development, it features more than 60 exemplary forms, websites, and documents from a diverse range of colleges and universities that can spark inspiration at any institution.
Addressing Mental Health Issues Affecting International Students
1:30 p.m.–2:00 p.m. | NAFSA Bookstore
Patricia Burak and contributors
Join the editor and several of the contributors of NAFSA’s newest digital download resource Addressing Mental Health Issues Affecting International Students in a discussion at the NAFSA Bookstore about the growing need to develop methods and resources that address the unique mental health concerns of their international communities. This important new publication features helpful resources and practical, action-oriented checklists.