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Guide to Successful Short-Term Programs Abroad, 3rd Ed, Kind
This new edition of NAFSA’s best-selling book is designed primarily for staff and faculty working in higher education in the United States (or with such institutions) who are responsible for developing, leading, or managing short-term education abroad programs. It is also useful for those in upper administration trying to gain a better understanding of the nuts and bolts of undertaking short-term programs. Others involved with educational travel, such as alumni or secondary school programs, or community service experiences, will find much of the content relevant as well.
About the Editors
Lisa Chieffo is associate director for study abroad in the Institute for Global
Studies at the University of Delaware. She is responsible for program development, crisis management, policy development and implementation, and assessment. With more than 20 years’ experience in education abroad, Chieffo has published widely and presented at multiple NAFSA conferences. Chieffo earned her MA in German and EdD in educational leadership from the University of Delaware, studied in Austria as an undergraduate, and studied in Germany as a Fulbright Scholar.
Catherine Spaeth is an executive director at Seminars International. She works with faculty, study abroad offices, and program leaders on customized program development and arrangements for faculty-led courses and performing groups. Spaeth previously directed the study abroad office and internationalization initiative at St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota. She received a BA from the College of St. Benedict in Minnesota and a PhD in American studies from the University of Minnesota, with a focus on eighteenth-century French perspectives on American culture.
About the Book
Table of Contents (505kb )
Introduction (495kb )
Contributor Biographies (527kb )
Index (653kb )
Other Versions of This Title
This new edition of NAFSA’s best-selling book is designed primarily for staff and faculty working in higher education in the United States (or with such institutions) who are responsible for developing, leading, or managing short-term education abroad programs.
Edited by Catherine Spaeth & Lisa Chieffo
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