#NASPActs19 Policy Pop-ups at #NASPA19
Originally created during the 2016 NASPA Annual Conference in Indianapolis, NASPActs today is designed to provide ongoing outlets for social action and civic engagement opportunities, at the NASPA Annual Conference and year-round. At the 2019 NASPA Annual Conference, the #NASPActs19 Committee of the Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Division is sponsoring a series of five policy pop-up sessions that coincide with the 2019 National Student Affairs Day of Action (NSADA). Each session is scheduled for 20 minutes and designed to provide #NASPA19 attendees with a brief introduction to one of five different equity and inclusion areas along with suggestions for direct action they can take on the issue immediately. For our participants in NSADA who are unable to join us in person in Los Angeles, we are providing the information and resources that will be distributed during the Policy Pop-up sessions here.
Greetings NASPA Family from the Adult Learners and Students with Children Knowlege Community
Welcoming old members and new friends as all are invited to meet us in our virtual space this August,
Reflections on Chapter 1 – Collaborative Internationalization in Global Student Affairs and Services
From Supporting Students Globally in Higher Education
This blog post is part of an ongoing series responding to chapters within a recent NASPA book about student services in a global context.
Reflection on Chapter 10: International Employment in Student Affairs & Services
This blog post is part of an ongoing series responding to chapters within a recent NASPA book, Supporting Students Globally in Higher Education, about student services in a global context. Please see the brief blog entry for more information or opportunities to blog and get involved.
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.