NAFSA 2018 Annual Conference Program - 68
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 2018
1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m.
Using Applied Improv Exercises for Student
Engagement and Expression (SI)
Applied improvisation is the nontheatrical use of
improv games and theory to develop interpersonal
skills and behaviors. This session will explore leading
workshops and conversation programs using
Applied Improvisation to improve students' classroom
participation, speaker confidence, and spoken
English fluency. This session was selected as the
NAFSA Region VI conference highlight.
Chair and Presenter: Dan Montour, The Ohio State
Who Has Your Back? Building Internal Support for
International Recruitment (IEM)
Representatives from Monmouth University, Temple
University, and Intead share insights and best
practices on how to build broad internal support
for international strategic marketing plans in order to
drive effective international recruitment. This session
presents case studies of successful strategies that can
be applied to a variety of university campuses.
Chair and Presenter: Jon Stauff, PhD, Monmouth
Presenters: Martyn Miller, PhD, Temple University;
Benjamin Waxman, INTEAD
1:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
Hall E, Poster Fair Area
Creating Communities that Support Global
Learning On and Off Campus
Posters will showcase research, model practices,
and success stories of integrating and supporting
student global learning at various touch points on
and off campus including curriculum development,
cocurricular activities, campus events, orientations,
working with faculty, and other opportunities.
International Education Research
Posters feature the most recent innovative and
in-depth qualitative and quantitative research in
the field of international education. They highlight
important findings, perspectives, and academic
inquiries in order to stimulate collaboration and
provide tangible professional resources and
NAFSA 2018 ANNUAL CONFERENCE & EXPO
Internationalizing the Campus
Featured posters integrate various aspects of
internationalization through strategic planning,
exploration of funding opportunities, and critical
consideration of practices of internationalization
and/or application of theoretical models to
the process of internationalization. Posters
also showcase new ways to cooperate with
international partners to further internationalization
through innovative curriculum designs, such as
dual, joint, and "2+2" programs.
2:15 p.m.-2:45 p.m.
2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
MEMBER INTEREST GROUP MEETINGS
Marriott, Room 302/303
Peace, Justice, and Citizen Diplomacy & United
Marriott, Room 304
Sponsored Program Administration
Marriott, Room 306
2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.
Community College Forum (SI)
This meeting is open to anyone interested in
discussing advances, concerns, and issues related
to community colleges.