May 2013: The Adviser's Manual

Providing Feedback

I think I found an incorrect citation reference in the Manual and couldn't find any place to provide feedback.

 

It would be helpful to have a quick, easy way to provide feedback when a possible typo is found.

 

btw, the reference is under 4.12.2.1 I think it should point to 8 CFR 214.2(j)(1)(viii) instead of (j)(1)(iii) regarding a change of address for J-1s

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September 2013: Providing Student Services at Intensive English Programs

Integrate Conversation Program into University Curriculum

At OSU, our Student Engagement Coordinator for IEP students works with faculty to establish our conversation partner program as an option to fulfill a course requirement. This increases our number of volunteers, and the diversity of students who join the program and are exposed to international students.

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September 2013: Providing Student Services at Intensive English Programs

Integrate Conversation Program into University Curriculum

At OSU, our Student Engagement Coordinator for IEP students works with faculty to establish our conversation partner program as an option to fulfill a course requirement. This increases our number of volunteers, and the diversity of students who join the program and are exposed to international students.

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October 2014: Utilizing Overseas Alumni for Recruitment Assistance

Linking Alumni Services with Post-Completion OPT

In order to seed the idea of becoming alumni, some institutions give Alumni Services information along with a small gift when international students apply for post-completion OPT. This allows the student to learn a little bit about the organization and understand that Alumni Services will be in touch with them after graduation.

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November 2014: Best Ways to Engage International Students in Leadership Programs

Increasing Intl. Student Engagement Through Leadership Developme

Many institutions of higher education recognize leadership as a vital component of a well-rounded college education. For international students, leadership development can be a key component in helping them to be actively engaged on campus (e.g., thus increasing retention, building networks, etc.). It definitely has a snow ball effect—students who participate in leadership programs will be more motivated to seek out other ...more »

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