International Education KC Guide for the 2018 NASPA Annual Conference
This program guide highlights important events and information for the International Education KC during the 2018 NASPA Annual Conference and 2018 International Symposium.
2018 IEKC Best Practices Award Winners
Since 2008, the International Education Knowledge Community has been recognizing exceptional efforts in international education made by student affairs colleagues. The goal is to encourage innovative ideas that will help student affairs professionals create and sustain new opportunities for both international and domestic students, to generate conversations among student affairs professionals about campus and curriculum internationalization, and to inspire awareness of the benefits of international education in higher education.
Women In Student Affairs Knowledge Community Program Guide 2018 NASPA Annual Conference
The Women In Student Affairs Knowledge Community presents its 2018 NASPA Annual Conference program and event guide.
SMALL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES GUIDE FOR THE 2018 NASPA ANNUAL CONFERENCE
This guide highlights sessions, programs, and events of interest to student affairs professionals at small colleges and universities during the 2018 NASPA Annual Conference.
Chapter 15: The future of international student affairs and services
Moscarito, Osfield, Perozzi, and Shea divided chapter 15 into three parts: The first part introduces the role of International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS), the second part discusses the current and future issues, trends and challenges of the student affairs profession, and the last part sets different approaches for its future. This chapter review elaborates on these points while incorporating the takeaways that I will focus on.
Chapter 11: Branches, Hubs, and Hybrids: Trends in International Higher Education Models
Stryker, Witt, and Konecny’s chapter begins by summarizing the global growth of campus and international educational partnerships. This rise of branch, hub, and hybrid campuses has conversely led to the growth in the need for student affairs and services internationally as well as a more global perspective of our work in serving students.