2018 NAFSA Annual Conference & Expo Registration Brochure - 22
At NAFSA 2018, choose from 38 highly interactive,
participatory learning opportunities designed for wherever
you are in your career. Perfect for new and experienced
practitioners who focus on education abroad, international
recruitment and admissions, student and scholar advising,
teaching, research, policy functions, or one of the many other
facets of international education.
Gain valuable skills and important takeaways that you can
deliver back to your institution, while also preparing for the
next phase of your career. Register today!
How to Register for Workshops
All workshops require preregistration and a fee, as indicated
by the fee symbol ($). Fees include coffee or tea mid-morning
and mid-afternoon. Lunch is not included. Workshop seats are
limited and fill quickly, so register soon! For more information,
including full descriptions, learning objectives, and training
teams, visit www.nafsa.org/ac18workshops.
Guide for the Preconference Workshops
Schedule-at-a-Glance, page 21
and experienced professionals to take on more responsibilities
with confidence. Examples of areas covered include an
introduction to best practices on regulatory issues, intercultural
communication skills, and in-depth explorations of jobspecific skills. CEP curricula and training materials are
developed and delivered by members of NAFSA's Trainer
Corps. Certificates of Participation are provided to those who
Core Education Program Workshops (CEPs)
cover topics and skills
that are important to international educators today, including
recent changes, new approaches, and timely content. CTWs
provide valuable perspectives and insights into critical trends
advancing the field of international education.
Current Topics Workshops (CTWs)
SHARED INTEREST WORKSHOP
Facilitating Intercultural Understanding
Through Experiential Learning $
Monday, May 28: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Preparing students, faculty, and staff for intercultural
transitions and developing their own intercultural sensitivity
require appropriate experiential activities and skillful
debriefing. Participants in this workshop gain insights
into the practice and theory of experiential learning in
#12 Member $349 | Nonmember $489 | Student $149
EDUCATION ABROAD WORKSHOPS
Collaborative Approaches to Developing
Faculty-Led Programs $
Monday, May 28: 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.
#14 Member $349 | Nonmember $489 | Student $149
Education Abroad: Critical Skills for
the Adviser $
Sunday, May 27: 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Examine six critical roles comprising the adviser's day-today work and improve strategies and effectiveness in moving
from role to role. Intended as an introductory workshop for
education abroad advisers, study abroad providers, graduate
students, or others who have been in the field for less than
#1 Member $349 | Nonmember $489 | Student $149
REGISTER TODAY AT WWW.NAFSA.ORG/PHILADELPHIA