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Financial Strategies to Recruit, Support, and Retain.. - Rec

While the majority of international students rely on family support to pay the full tuition price, many students often encounter financial circumstances beyond their control and need extra support to continue their studies. Presenters Aline Orfali and Abe Schafermeyer discuss how their institutions provide funding for international students, ranging from scholarships to tuition remission strategies and innovative work study programs. Orfali and Schafermeyer describe the programs that exist on their campuses, clarify alternative ways to support and retain students, and share ideas on how to gain institutional buy-in for assisting students who encounter unforeseen economic situations.

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Financing for Nontraditional Education Abroad Students - Rec

For students of diverse and nontraditional backgrounds, finances can often present an even greater hurdle to climb when considering whether or not education abroad is accessible. During this webinar, the presenters will discuss creative strategies for fundraising, specific funding sources for nontraditional students, and key approaches to supporting students as they prepare to study abroad. The presenters will provide a working definition of "nontraditional student," an overview of the relationship between finances and the participation of nontraditional students in education abroad, and case studies for how to provide more effective support as students embark on their education abroad journey.

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Foundations for Strategic Analysis of IE Data

How do we analyze our data in ways that address key components of institutional mission, strategic planning goals, accreditation requirements, etc.

As international educators, we are surrounded by data from a variety of stakeholders. Our institutions and programs collect data on student enrollment, persistence, and learning outcomes; on financial aid, program expenditures, and revenue from tuition and fees. How can we analyze this data to help inform our decisions? How can we use leverage this data to advocate for our programs and our work?

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Framing the Global: Entry Points for Learning and Research

What does it mean to 'go global' as a faculty member? How can focusing on global phenomena enhance disciplinary approaches and regional studies? This session features the editor and authors of Framing the Global, a groundbreaking book published by Indiana University Press.
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Global Learning Across Disciplines: STEAM'D

Faculty and students in the sciences, technology, engineering, art, math, and design disciplines (STEAM'D) are expected to possess global competencies that will prepare them to succeed in their increasingly globalized fields as well. Explore models of integrating global learning into the curriculum and co-curricular activities of the STEAM'D fields to address world problems and learning goals.

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Global Learning Beyond the Classroom

This is the recording of the fifth session in Series III of Architecture for Global Learning and is part of the Spring Group:Global Learning for Your Goals.Learn about our other Spring Group sessions: Global Learning for Career Education and Assessment of Global Learning Towards Accreditation.

AGL Series III has explored global learning in curriculum design, research programs, and multiple aspects of workforce development and now takes it to the co-curricular level. This AGL session looks at examples of how to stimulate global learning in higher education spaces outside of the classroom. These spaces include international student orientations, education abroad pre-departure trainings, and campus multicultural center events. Educators, program directors and coordinators, and student administrators from across all NAFSA Knowledge Communities will benefit from this session.

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Global Learning for 21st Century Workforce Development

This is the third session in Series III of Architecture for Global Learning and is part of the Fall Group:Global Learning Theory at Work. Learn about our other Series III Fall Group sessions: Designing Curriculum for Global Learning and Relating Research to Global Learning.

This AGL session provides examples of the new ways international educators and employers are identifying and developing students' global competencies; those that 21st century graduates are expected to have as they transition into career paths in an evolving, global marketplace. Presenters focus on examples from different settings. Faculty, career center advisors, and administrators from any discipline concerned with the development of global learning that addresses these labor market requirements will benefit from this session.Student/Retiree members should login to see special pricing.

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Global Learning for Career Education

This is the recording of the fourth session in Series III of Architecture for Global Learning and is part of the Spring Group:Global Learning for Your Goals.

This AGL session complements our previous session, Global Learning for 21st Century Workforce Development and explores examples of global learning integration into nontraditional career post-secondary and higher education environments.

This is the career education that will effectively prepare students for the coming wave of high-growth industries responding to changing local and global circumstances and necessities. These include: Information Technology (IT), tourism, health, customer service, and more. Administrators and faculty working in community colleges, career technical education, associate's programs, and similar fields will benefit from this session.

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Global Learning in a Time of Xenophobia and Nationalism

Many institutions integrate global learning into curricula and co-curricular programming with the goal of producing graduates capable of contributing solutions to global problems. However, institutional leaders, faculty, and managers of global learning programming face mounting anti-international rhetoric and policy. This is the first session in our six-part Architecture for Global Learning - Series II. Listen to perspectives of leading international education scholars and practitioners on the state of global learning during a period of increased populist and anti-international rhetoric and action. Global learning specialists will answer questions of how and why extreme nationalism affects global learning and provide their views on how to continue to support and implement global learning pedagogies and programs that are under attack.

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Global Learning in Foreign Language Instruction

Foreign language proficiency and cross-cultural understanding should, ideally, go hand in hand. However, foreign language programs do not always successfully incorporate global learning practices into curriculum and miss the opportunity to help students develop global perspectives. Presenters will discuss their research and practice into the deep learning relationship between foreign language instruction and intercultural competencies.

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