Webinar: "Integrating International and Domestic Students: What, Why, and How e

November 2, 2016 at noon to 1 p.m.

TimeNovember 2, 2016 at noon to 1 p.m.
LocationBoard Room
Description

The CICE and the Provost's Office would like to invite all faculty members, administrators, and staff to join us for one or more of three webinars that address intercultural pedagogies and strategies for the integration of international students on campus. The webinars are all scheduled at noon for one hour. Attendees should feel free to bring a brown-bag lunch or stop at the Marketplace on the way.

Webinar #1: "Integrating International and Domestic Students: What, Why, and How e/strong>
Wednesday, November 2, 12:00-1:00 pm, Board Room
Nancy E. Young, Intercultural Interaction LLC and author of The Handbook of International Student Advising, Third Edition
Nancy E. Young kicks off this webinar series by framing the big picture of current practices to integrate international and domestic students in the U.S. Increasing integration of international and domestic students is a priority on many campuses. Based upon research Nancy conducted for the University of Minnesota, she provides a definition for integration in the international education context, articulates its importance, reviews five strategic approaches, and four common characteristics of current integration practices.

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AudienceEmployees
CategoryMeeting
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