IIE Home | Membership | Publications | Open Doors | Contact Us | Subscribe 
May 15, 2013 In This Issue
News
Connect with Usfacebook Instagram Twitter You Tube Archives
ELS Language Centers New York Film Academy ETS
News

The NAFSA conference in St. Louis is approaching, and once again the Institute of International Education (IIE) will have a booth (#705), host various information sessions, and present in sessions and workshops on study abroad, international student mobility, U.S. higher education, and other major topics. 

To learn more about IIE or ask questions about your membership or our publications and websites, please come visit us at Booth #705. We look forward to meeting you in person. Here are some highlights that might be of particular interest:
  • Meet with IIE authors and get a signed copy of a recent IIE publication
  • Pick up the new issue of the IIENetworker magazine on Higher Education and International Development 
  • Check out our new IIENetwork Handbook for International Educators
  • Receive a special 15 percent NAFSA conference discount on IIE publications
  • Browse through brochures about IIE's many educational exchange programs
  • Meet with IIE staff and learn about how you can participate in the many programs we administer
  • Meet with representatives from Naylor, IIE's media partner, to learn about advertising opportunities to help highlight your institution and programs

Share this articleShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
 

We invite you to visit the IIE booth (#705) at the NASFA conference to meet with staff from IIE’s offices in New York and DC offices, as well as from our U.S. regional and international offices. 

IIE-administered programs that will be represented include:
Share this articleShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
 

IIE and EducationUSA will deliver a range of timely and informative panels and workshops at the 2013 NAFSA conference. What follows are highlights from the schedule of IIE presentations.

Sunday, May 26

8:00am-12:00pm 
Workshop: A Primer on U.S. Higher Education
Linda Tobash, University Placement Services

1:00-5:00pm
Developing Strategic & Sustainable Linkages with U.S. Institutions 
Clare Banks, Center for International Partnerships 

Tuesday, May 28

2:30-3:45pm
Recruiting and Retaining Foreign Government-Sponsored Students 
Kristen Cammarata, EducationUSA MENA

2:30-3:45pm
A Comparison of the U.S. Liberal Arts & Bologna Bachelor Degrees
Linda Tobash, University Placement Services

Wednesday, May 29

8:30-10am
Poster Fair: Supporting Outreach and Engagement with Alumni
Lindsay Calvert, Gilman International Scholarship Program

8:30-10am
Poster Fair: Work, Internship, and Volunteer Abroad (U.S. Students in China: Enumerating Volunteering Engagements, Internships and Work)
Raisa Belyavina and Christine Farrugia, Research & Evaluation

10:15-11:15am
Shifting Sands: Immigration Policy & Practice in Canada, the U.S., and the UK
Rajika Bhandari, Research & Evaluation

11:15am-12:45pm 
Poster Fair: Best Practices in International Enrollment Management
Peter Raucci, University Placement Services

1:30-5:30pm     
Workshop: IIE Scholarships Programs
Offsite at Saint Louis University
1:30-2:30pm   Gilman Scholarships 
2:40-3:40pm   Boren Awards 
3:50-4:50pm   Fulbright U.S. Student Program 
5:00-5:30pm   Whitaker International Program and Global E3 Program 

2:45-3:45pm
Globalization & Student Mobility: Emerging Trends & New Directions
Raisa Belyavina, Research & Evaluation 

Thursday, May 30

2:00-3:30pm
Poster Fair: Funding Opportunities for Education Abroad 
Chris Powers and Sarah Gleisner, Education Abroad Programs; Shawna Hurley and Lindsay Calvert, Gilman International Scholarship Program

Poster Fair: Enrolling More Sponsored Students at Your Institution 
Linda Tobash and Zamaly Diaz Lebron, University Placement Services

Friday, May 31

9:00-10:00am
The Role of Intensive English Programs in International Enrollment Management
Christine Farrugia, Research & Evaluation 

9:00-10:30am
Poster Fair: Alumni Video Workshop: Guiding Students to Create Videos Worth Sharing
Susan Sharp, Boren Scholarships and Fellowships

9:00-10:30am
Poster Session:  Unique Uses of Technology and Social Media in International Education - What’s on your Social Media Tool Belt? 
Paetra Yates, Corporate Scholarship Exchange Programs; Lindsay Calvert, Gilman International Scholarship Program

10:30-11:45am
Realities on the Ground: Mobility Trends from EducationUSA Regional Coordinators (REACs)
Kristen Cammarata, EducationUSA MENA; Rosie Edmond, EducationUSA Northeast Asia & the Pacific; Nancy Keteku, EducationUSA West & Central Africa; Rita Moriconi, EducationUSA Southern Cone South America

1:45-2:45pm
Best Practices in Crisis Management for Sponsored Programs
Carl De Angelis and Marisa Annunziata, English and Pre-academic Programs

3:15-4:15pm
Worldwide Trends of the Economic Impact of International Students
Raisa Belyavina and Christine Farrugia, Research & Evaluation

Share this articleShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
 

Visit IIE's booth to browse the many new books and policy reports published by IIE in the past year, and benefit from a special 15 percent NAFSA conference discount on all books purchased at the IIE booth. 

Titles available at the IIE booth include:
  • Women in the Global Economy: Leading Social Change
  • Latin America’s New Knowledge Economy: Higher Education, Government and International Collaboration
  • Open Doors 2012: Report on International Educational Exchange
  • IIENetwork Handbook for International Educators 2013
  • Developing Strategic International Partnerships: Models for Initiating and Sustaining Innovative Institutional Linkages
  • Funding for United States Study 2013: A Guide for International Students and Professionals
  • Intensive English USA
  • IIEPassport Study Abroad Directory 2013
  • Student Mobility and the Internationalization of Higher Education: National Policies and Strategies from Six World Regions
  • Who Goes Where and Why?: An Overview and Analysis of Global Educational Mobility
  • Joint and Double Degree Programs: An Emerging Model for Transatlantic Exchange
  • U.S.-China Educational Exchange: Perspectives on a Growing Partnership
  • International India: A Turning Point in Educational Exchange with the U.S.
  • Innovation through Education: Building the Knowledge Economy in the Middle East
For more information about these publications, go to: www.iie.org/publications. If you wish to purchase any of these books online, please visit www.iiebooks.org.
Share this articleShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
 

IIE will be offering information sessions in St. Louis on Wednesday, May 29. Individuals who live in the area or who will be in St. Louis for the NAFSA 2013 Annual Conference and Expo are welcome to attend one, two, three, or all four sessions.

Schedule: May 29, 2013
1:30-2:30pm: Gilman Scholarships (www.iie.org/gilman
2:40-3:40pm: Boren Awards (www.borenawards.org
3:50-4:50pm: Fulbright U.S. Student Program (www.us.fulbrightonline.org
5:00-5:30pm: Whitaker International Program (www.whitaker.org) and Global E3 Program (www.globale3.org

Location 
Saint Louis University 

Registration 
Space is limited, so if you are interested in attending or to receive more information about the sessions, please email boren@iie.org.
Share this articleShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
 
www.iie.org/iienetwork • Member website of the Institute of International Education
© 2017 Institute of International Education. All rights reserved.

We would appreciate your comments or suggestions. Your email will be kept private and confidential.