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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April 2013: Webinars

Successfullly Integrating Chinese Students

It would be very useful to have a compilation of successfully tested ideas for the effective integration of Chinese students into the campus community. It would help to have the ideas presented in terms of whether they had high staffing demand or low staffing demand, when in the semester they are best implemented and what ideas flow together to initiate and carry on the process of integration.

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August 2013: Delivering Intercultural Training on Your Campus to Students, Administrators, and Faculty

Using Intercultural Training for International Recrutiment

International admissions professionals could assist the development & alumni relations office on campus in working with international alumni for recruitment opportunities. International recruiters travel overseas and visit secondary schools and college fairs. It would be beneficial for a university to be represented at international college fairs not only by admissions reps. but by local alumni. The details of what information ...more »

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