The state of Minnesota is home to 215+ NAFSA members and 200+ institutions of higher education that are engaged in international education through campus internationalization, study abroad, and international student services. According to Open Doors, in 2015, Minnesota welcomed approximately 14,438 international students who contributed more than $390 million in revenue for our state.
For more information about international education in Minnesota, please visit:
- Fund for Education Abroad (FEA) Minnesota Scholarship
- Global Minnesota
- MIE: Minnesota International Educators
- MSAP-EA: Minnesota Education Abroad Professionals
- Study Minnesota
MSAP Meeting Schedule
Friday, May 1, 2020
Time: MSAP meeting via Zoom from 9:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
Title: Navigating a New Study Abroad Landscape
Moderators: Heidi Soneson (University of Wisconsin River-Falls) and Naomi Ziegler (Carleton College)
Description: This session will give us an opportunity to take a moment and think about how the coronavirus is inviting us to reflect on how we define “study abroad.” Considerations will be: What new models are emerging to address the current and immediate future world situation? Are there are some long-term modifications and innovations that are resulting from our current responses? How are our students and faculty responding to this current dynamic? The session will share some of the program models that are emerging, questions and policy considerations that are arising from these emerging models, and provide time for virtual discussion of our current thoughts and impressions. Additional details and Zoom link will be sent out shortly.
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Time: 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. followed by a networking reception
Topic: Preparing Students to Navigate Racism (and other isms) Abroad
Location: Macalester College
Presenters: Macalester College
- Marjorie Trueblood, Dean of Multicultural Life at Macalester College
- Kevin Morrison, Director of Study Away at Macalester College