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Fee-Based Service Model Considerations

By NAFSA International Student and Scholar Services Knowledge Community (KC ISSS) 2018 Robin Catmur-Smith, Barbara Kappler, Nate Lynch, Tina Rousselot de Saint Céran Overview Regulatory compliance obligations for institutions sponsoring international students and scholars have grown significantly in
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Education Abroad and Best Practices for Site Staff Overseas

This collegial conversation discussed best practices for training your organization’s site staff overseas. Our experts explored isues such as supporting diverse student groups and nurturing healthy group dynamics. Sexual health abroad, budgeting while on study abroad, LGBTQ+ issues, encountering
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Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS)

NAFSA is one of over 40 associations holding membership in the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS). The goal of CAS is to establish and promote standards that guide and support student services and programs within higher education. CAS aims to foster and enhance
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NAFSA Education Abroad Regulatory Summit

July 30, 2018 | 9:00 a.m-5:00 p.m. (EDT) Washington, DC One of the biggest issues facing students and administrators is understanding the applicability of federal regulations to the education abroad experience. Amid all the details and challenges of sending students abroad, it can be easy to
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Understanding Vendor Contracts: What You Need to Know

Session Chair Lisa Chieffo, University of Delaware Presenters Jennifer Bencel-Guzzo, University of Delaware Sandy Schoeps Tennies, Great Circle Global Education Consulting Scott Manning, Susquehanna University Conference NAFSA 2019 Annual Conference & Expo, "Global Leadership, Learning, and Change."
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The One-Person Office: Strategies and Tools for Success

As a busy international education professional working in a one-person office, your day--and your inbox–is often overflowing. But despite this potential overload, the successful one-person office dynamo finds the time and resources needed to sustain important office functions while building a long
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