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SHARED INTEREST WORKSHOPS

Academic Ethics Across Cultures: Preparing Your Students and Your Campus $

Tuesday, May 30: 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Is it cheating, or sharing? Students traveling across cultures may encounter different cultural definitions of cheating and plagiarism. Learn how culture influences understandings of academic ethics, and how to educate international and study abroad students, faculty, and staff to prevent crises.

#32 Member $300 | Nonmember $429

Building a Supportive Campus Environment for Globally Mobile LGBTQ+ Students $

Tuesday, May 30: 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Providing a supportive and safe environment for an increasing number of globally mobile LGBTQ+ students is essential to creating a diverse and inclusive campus. This workshop examines practices for supporting these students on campus in the United States and preparing them for traveling or returning to countries that marginalize the LGBTQ+ population.

#33 Member $300 | Nonmember $429

A Primer on U.S. Higher Education $

Monday, May 29: 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Designed for international educators who are fairly new to the field, this overview of U.S. higher education describes the system’s history, structure, governance, institutions, students, quality assurance, and funding strategies. Learn about degrees, the credit system, grading, admission processes, and how to use this information to better advise students or build strong linkages and partnerships.

#14 Member $300 | Nonmember $429

EDUCATION ABROAD WORKSHOPS

Branding and Marketing Study Abroad on Campus $

Tuesday, May 30, 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Developing and implementing a brand identity to promote study abroad on campus is essential for continued success in education abroad programming. This workshop provides participants insight and tools to brand or rebrand study abroad on their campuses. Learn from case studies for working with institutional marketing policies to create an effective study abroad marketing plan.

#34 Member $300 | Nonmember $429

Collaborative Approaches to Developing Faculty-Led Programs $

Monday, May 30: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

With a focus on short-term, faculty-led programs, this workshop provides tools for creating successful partnerships between education abroad professionals and faculty on proposals, budgets, planning, orientations, and assessment. Improve communications and uncover ways to view the process from all sides, regardless of experience level.

#16 Member $355 | Nonmember $482

Current Trends in Education Abroad Alumni Programming $

Tuesday, May 30: 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

This workshop familiarizes participants with current education abroad alumni programming trends, with special focus on advocating for resources and innovative curricular and cocurricular models. Participants complete a returnee plan with replicable successful programming models from a diverse array of institutions and organizations.

#35 Member $300 | Nonmember $429

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