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Comprehensive Internationalization: Inspiring Campuswide Action

Comprehensive internationalization (CIZN) requires active support and participation from many offices and corners of campus (i.e., international programming offices, faculty and academic units, student service units). Leaders and key individuals from each of these areas can become effective change agent partners to advance internationalization. In this webinar Dr. John Hudzik, Michigan State University, and Dr. JoAnn McCarthy, INTO University Partnerships-North America, shift the conversation from the conceptual to the practicalities of integrating CIZN into an institutional initiative.

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Cross-Campus Collaboration: Strategies for... - Recording

Learn how two institutions, both recipients of NAFSA's Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization, facilitated cross-campus collaboration as part of their efforts to achieve comprehensive internationalization. Elizabeth Brewer and Gil Latz discuss how their schools operationalized and supported the strategic collaboration that enabled them to internationalize their respective institutions and how they maintain the momentum for collaboration.

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Cross-Cultural Competencies for Managing Int'l Partners

Every year, thousands of university representatives attend the NAFSA Annual Conference & Expo, the largest international education event of its kind. Much of their time consists of building new partnerships and maintaining long-standing relationships with colleagues from around the world. After the conference ends, navigating and managing successful international partner relations, though, is as much about cross-cultural fluency as it is about logistics and academic coursework.

In this NAFSA e-Learning Seminar, presenters will elaborate on how to effectively use intercultural communication skills for successful partnerships and how to train staff to bring the same perspectives to their communication with partners. Presenters will also discuss best practices for cross-cultural communication.

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Developing Proficiency in Intercultural Communication

Intercultural communication has been identified as a cross-cutting competency within the field of international education. Developing intercultural skills is essential for those who support international students and scholars. Developing Proficiency in Intercultural Communication is a four-part NAFSA e-Learning Express Course series, which provides professionals within the field the opportunity to strengthen their skills and experience in order to become more successful in their work.

Express Courses Included in this Series:

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Educational Mobility Partnerships

This digital download presents an overview of current models of educational mobility partnerships and the benefits and challenges of each.

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Engaging International Alumni as Strategic Partners, Kindle

Experts on international alumni relations describe how higher education institutions can develop international alumni networks—and keep alumni connected to their alma mater by nurturing two-way relationships. Chapters and case studies from institutions and organizations around the world cover how international alumni can contribute to international student recruitment, philanthropic efforts, professional development, community engagement initiatives, and more.

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Facilitator's Guide to International Education Handbook

As a companion to The International Education Handbook: Principles and Practices of the Field, the Facilitator's Guide offers student learning outcomes, discussion and reflection questions, and classroom and online activities.

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Foundations of Intercultural Communication

As the first installment of the NAFSA e-Learning Express Series, Developing Proficiency in Intercultural Communication, this 45-minute course provides participants with the foundational framework for the intercultural communications professionals in the field will most often encounter. Participants will examine the fundamental components of intercultural communication, and the influential effects of culture on behavior.


After completing this NAFSA e-Learning Express Course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain components, characteristics, and functions of culture;
  • Define principles of intercultural communication, and,
  • Reframe intercultural encounters into educational opportunities.
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