When staff members from different areas of the international office are familiar with each other’s responsibilities—and can provide back-up support when necessary—it boosts strategic goals and builds resilience.
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Though most study abroad programs are suspended due to the pandemic, education abroad professionals can leverage their expertise to develop new opportunities for students closer to home.
As resources are increasingly stretched thin, forging partnerships across departments on campus can yield results—and these four action steps can help.
International offices can leverage data in new ways to advocate for their programs.
Practical steps to address threats to, and advocate for, IEM during the pandemic.
For international education leaders, data can be a powerful ally in making the case for programs.
Amid travel restrictions and visa processing delays, U.S. institutions and their partners are getting creative to accommodate international students.
NAFSA’s Director, Regulatory Practice Liaison, Steve Springer, gives an update on what international educators can expect this fall regarding duration of status and Optional Practical Training (OPT), as well as other developments to watch.
Five institutions and providers share how they are approaching education abroad in the era of COVID-19.
How international educators can recognize unconscious bias and take steps to address it.