Diversity Expertise Log
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

 
View only
 
 
Still loading...
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW
1
Education Abroad Diversity Expertise Log
Join the Log
NAFSA Diversity and Inclusion in Education Abroad Subcommittee
2
The Diversity Expertise Log, hosted by the NAFSA Diversity and Inclusion in Education Abroad Subcommittee, is a central repository of individuals, organizations and/or programs with expertise or a passion for addressing one or more areas of diversity and inclusion in education abroad. The goal of the log is to provide a resource for the field of education abroad to help identify best practices, models of innovation, potential co-presenters or co-collaborators, and to connect people and ideas. Anyone is welcome to join the log by completing the Google form or may request an edit by contacting Margaret McCullers at mmccullers@ifsa-butler.org or any member of the subcommittee. Tab 1 displays individuals and Tab 2 displays organizational programming.
3
TIP: DOWNLOAD EXCEL DOCUMENT TO FILTER BY AREA OF EXPERTISE/INTEREST
4
Area(s) of Expertise/InterestSubcategory (if applicable)NameComments, description, example sessions, etc.Institution/OrganizationInstitution TypeEmail
5
Community College StudentsAshley Spinellicustomized programmingACCENT Study AbroadThird-party Provider
ashley.spinelli@accentintl.com
6
Community College StudentsDavid CompResearch and Bibliographies on Underrepresentation in Education AbroadUniversity of ChicagoFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)
international.ed.consulting@gmail.com
7
Community College StudentsMelissa WhatleyQuantitative researchUniversity of GeorgiaFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)melwhat@uga.edu
8
Community College StudentsPaloma RodriguezNAFSA Community Leader: Community College IIGUniversity of FloridaFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)prodrigu@ufl.edu
9
FamiliesDavid CompResearch and Bibliographies on Underrepresentation in Education AbroadUniversity of ChicagoFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)
international.ed.consulting@gmail.com
10
FamiliesMichelle TolanCreated IFSA-Butler's "Unpacked: A study abroad guide for students like me" resource and family guides for first-gen college students.Institute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityThird-party Providermtolan@ifsa-butler.org
11
First-Generation College StudentsDavid CompResearch and Bibliographies on Underrepresentation in Education AbroadUniversity of ChicagoFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)
international.ed.consulting@gmail.com
12
First-Generation College StudentsEbony EllisNAFSA V 2017: Bridging the Gap - Connecting with Students of Different IdentitiesCenter for Global and Intercultural Study, University of Michigan Ann ArborFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)enellis@umich.edu
13
First-Generation College StudentsEduardo ContrerasUniversity of PortlandFour-year Institution: small (5,000 or less)contrera@up.edu
14
First-Generation College StudentsIdris RobinsonDrexel UniversityFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)idris@drexel.edu
15
First-Generation College StudentsKatie EmslieWhile in Residence Life, I created and developed a dialogue series for students to discuss current events on campus through the lens of intersecting identities. I would like to create a similar dialogue series for students participating in education abroad in the near future.Kennesaw State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)kemslie@kennesaw.edu
16
First-Generation College StudentsMargaret McCullersspecialized programming, mitigating barriers. Developed planning scholarships: Hutchison International Scholars and First Abroad Scholar Program at UT Austin. Book chapter 4 Michelle Tolan and Margaret McCullers: First-Generation College Students and Study Abroad: Examining the Participation Gap and Successful Strategies for Promoting Access in Promoting Inclusion in Education Abroad: A Handbook of Research and Practice. Stylus 2017; 2016 NAFSA presenter: First Generation 2.0: Lessons Learned, New Research, & Missing Populations
Institute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityThird-party Providermmccullers@ifsa-butler.org
17
First-Generation College StudentsMichelle TolanFormer task force member on first generation college students for Diversity Abroad. Created innovative scholarship programs for first-generation college students, low-to-middle income students, and working students. Forthcoming book chapter: First-Generation College Students and Study Abroad: Examining the Participation Gap and Successful Strategies for Promoting Access. National presentations: Funding Strategies for Advisors Supporting High Financial Need and First Generation College StudentsInstitute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityThird-party Providermtolan@ifsa-butler.org
18
First-Generation College StudentsPaige Butler
Middlebury Institute of International Studies
Graduate InstitutionPButler@miis.edu
19
High School StudentsKristin LabsDiversity Abroad High School Task Force 2016-17 & 2017-18; Diversity Abroad presentation at 2017 annual conference titled "Bridging Higher Education, High Schools, and Community Partnerships Through a Global Education Access Pipeline"; Diversity Abroad blog article in 2017 titled "Collaboration and Partnership in Higher Education and K-12: The Global Education Access Pipeline"
Institute for Study Abroad, Butler University
Third-party Providerklabs@ifsa-butler.org
20
High-Financial Need StudentsAndrea WileyDiversity Abroad 2017 presentation: Pathways to Success: Support Structures for High-Financial Need Students Institute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityFour-year Institution: small (5,000 or less)awiley1@babson.edu
21
High-Financial Need StudentsColleen MarchwickNAFSA Financing Education Abroad Subcommittee MemberUniversity of Wisconsin-Eau ClaireFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)marchwcc@uwec.edu
22
High-Financial Need StudentsDavid CompResearch and Bibliographies on Underrepresentation in Education AbroadUniversity of ChicagoFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)
international.ed.consulting@gmail.com
23
High-Financial Need StudentsEbony EllisNAFSA V 2017: Bridging the Gap - Connecting with Students of Different IdentitiesCenter for Global and Intercultural Study, University of Michigan Ann ArborFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)enellis@umich.edu
24
High-Financial Need StudentsEduardo ContrerasUniversity of PortlandFour-year Institution: small (5,000 or less)contrera@up.edu
25
High-Financial Need StudentsGiustina PelosiNAFSA Financing Education Abroad Subcommittee ChairCEA Study AbroadThird-party Providergpelosi@ceastudyabroad.com
26
High-Financial Need StudentsJonathan SylviaNAFSA Financing Education Abroad Subcommittee MemberDartmouth CollegeFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)jon.sylvia@dartmouth.edu
27
High-Financial Need StudentsKate BruceNAFSA Financing Education Abroad Subcommittee MemberNew York UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)Kate.bruce@nyu.edu
28
High-Financial Need StudentsKatey PalumboNAFSA Financing Education Abroad Subcommittee MemberWorcester State UniversityFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)kpalumbo2@worcester.edu
29
High-Financial Need StudentsKatherine MeyerNAFSA Financing Education Abroad Subcommittee MemberWashington State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)katherine.meyer@wsu.edu
30
High-Financial Need StudentsLily Lopez-McGeeOversaw the development of the Diversity Abroad AID Roadmap. Areas of expertise: institutionalization of diversity and inclusion in study abroad, internationalization efforts at minority serving institutions, interdepartmental collaboration on diversity and education abroad efforts.Howard University
Four-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000), Minority Serving Institution
lily.lopezmcgee@howard.edu
31
High-Financial Need StudentsLily Lopez-McGeeHoward UniversityFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)
lily.lopezmcgee@howard.edu
32
High-Financial Need StudentsLindsay CalvertServed as IIE Program Director for the U.S. DOS' Gilman Scholarship Program, nation-wide scholarship supporting Pell Grant recipients. 2014 Diversity Abroad Network –Task Force on High Financial Need Webinar “Creating and Sustaining Funding Opportunities for Diverse Students in Education Abroad” 2014 NAFSA Conference Session “Education Abroad Funding: Available & Accessible”.IIENon-profit Organizationlcalvert@iie.org
33
High-Financial Need StudentsMargaret McCullersholistic support strategies, planning scholarships, financial aid, upfront cost mitigation. Diversity Abroad 2017 presentation chair: Pathways to Success: Support Structures for High-Financial Need Students; 2014 Diversity Abroad webinar chair: Funding Strategies for Advisors Supporting High-Financial-Need, First-Generation College StudentsInstitute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityThird-party Providermmccullers@ifsa-butler.org
34
High-Financial Need StudentsMary Alice AllenNAFSA Financing Education Abroad Subcommittee Member Georgia Institute of TechnologyFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)maryalice.allen@oie.gatech.edu
35
High-Financial Need StudentsMelissa WhatleyQuantitative researchUniversity of GeorgiaFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)melwhat@uga.edu
36
High-Financial Need StudentsMichelle TolanCreated innovative scholarship programs for first-generation college students, low-to-middle income students, and working students.Institute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityThird-party Providermtolan@ifsa-butler.org
37
High-Financial Need StudentsRachel MasseyDiversity Abroad 2017 presentation: Pathways to Success: Support Structures for High-Financial Need Students Institute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)rachel.massey@ttu.edu
38
High-Financial Need StudentsSarah LangstonNAFSA Financing Education Abroad Subcommittee MemberSAI ProgramsThird-party Providers.langston@saiprograms.com
39
Inclusive ExcellenceChristie JohnsonAcademic Programs InternationalThird-party Provider
christie.johnson@apiabroad.com
40
Inclusive ExcellenceEduardo ContrerasContreras Jr, Eduardo, Lily Lopez-McGee, and David Comp. Forthcoming. “Chapter 3: Underrepresentation in Education Abroad: A Review of Contemporary Research and Future Opportunities..” Promoting Inclusion in Education Abroad: A Handbook of Research and Practice. Stylus; Legitimizing Exclusivity in Education Abroad: Roots of Selectivity in U.S. Undergraduate Study Abroad, 1950s–1970, Paper at AERA Annual Meeting: Symposium: Historical Perspectives on Critical Internationalization, San Antonio, TX : April 29, 2017; Managing Up and Down to Advance Diversity & Inclusion in International Education
Session Chair at Diversity Abroad Conference, Minneapolis, MN: March 22, 2017
University of PortlandFour-year Institution: small (5,000 or less)contrera@up.edu
41
Inclusive ExcellenceIdris RobinsonDrexel UniversityFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)idris@drexel.edu
42
Inclusive ExcellenceKatie EmslieWhile in Residence Life, I created and developed a dialogue series for students to discuss current events on campus through the lens of intersecting identities. I would like to create a similar dialogue series for students participating in education abroad in the near future.Kennesaw State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)kemslie@kennesaw.edu
43
Inclusive ExcellenceLily Lopez-McGeeOversaw the development of the Diversity Abroad AID Roadmap. Areas of expertise: institutionalization of diversity and inclusion in study abroad, internationalization efforts at minority serving institutions, interdepartmental collaboration on diversity and education abroad efforts.Howard University
Four-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000), Minority Serving Institution
lily.lopezmcgee@howard.edu
44
Inclusive ExcellenceMargaret McCullersCo-chair of NAFSA's Diversity and Inclusion Subcommittee for Education Abroad; organizational leader on IE, review policy and practices to ensure they engage and value diverse perspectives. IFSA-Butler 2017 Conference Presentation Chair: Where Does Inclusion Start?; IFSA-Butler Institute at the Institute Leader: Navigating Inclusive Excellence as an Education Abroad Professional; 2016 Career Integration Conference presenter: From Access to Impact: Diversity and Inclusion in Career-focused Study AbroadInstitute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityThird-party Providermmccullers@ifsa-butler.org
45
Inclusive ExcellenceMichelle TolanChair of Forum working group on Inclusive Excellence. Organizational lead on IE. Presentation:"The Intersection of Appreciative Advising and Inclusive Excellence: Using a Personalized, Strengths-Based Approach to Equitably Advise and Facilitate Student Success Abroad"Institute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityThird-party Providermtolan@ifsa-butler.org
46
Inclusive ExcellenceNick GozikCo-editor of the book - Promoting Inclusion in Education Abroad: A Handbook of Research and Practice (Stylus, forthcoming), with Heather Barclay Hamir. I have also been engaged in a research project looking at how we can increase participation in education abroad among students of color, using Boston College as a case study.Boston CollegeFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)gozik@bc.edu
47
Inclusive ExcellencePardip BolinaDiversity Abroad 2016 Pre-conference workshop: Diversity as Strategy in Education AbroadCenter for Global and Intercultural Study, University of Michigan Ann ArborFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)bolina@umich.edu
48
Inclusive ExcellenceAaron BruceInstitutional Chief Diversity Officer, Inclusive Curriculum Design, Diverse Marketing Strategies, Motivational SpeakerSan Diego State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)abruce@mail.sdsu.edu
49
International StudentsDr. Erin HillisI work with international students who study abroadRhodes CollegeLiberal Arts Collegehillise@rhodes.edu
50
International StudentsTanya SaundersIthaca CollegeFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)tsaunders@ithaca.edu
51
LGBTQI+Aimee CallCreated pre-departure session “Gender and Sexuality Abroad.”NC State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)adcall3@ncsu.edu
52
LGBTQI+Andrew ColemanNAFSA Rainbow SIG past co-chairCEAThird-party ProviderAColeman@CEAStudyAbroad.com
53
LGBTQI+Christie JohnsonServed on the Diversity Abroad LGBTQI+ Task Force from 2014-2016. DA Conference, March 2015: Transgender Students: Challenges and Barriers to Study Abroad; April 2016 and Community Discussion, April 2017: LGBTQI+ Watch: The View from the Study Abroad Office; Poster at NAFSA 2016: Advising Transgender Students: What Study Abroad Advisors Need to KnowAcademic Programs InternationalThird-party Provider
christie.johnson@apiabroad.com
54
LGBTQI+Conrad ZeutenhorstNAFSA Rainbow SIG leadershipUniversity of MarylandFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)czeut@umd.edu
55
LGBTQI+Darren GallantNAFSA Rainbow SIG leadershipBrandeis UniversityFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)gallantd@brandeis.edu
56
LGBTQI+Dr. Erin HillisNAFSA 2017 session: Supporting Students who Identify as TransgenderRhodes CollegeLiberal Arts Collegehillise@rhodes.edu
57
LGBTQI+Eduardo ContrerasPre-Conference Workshop: Becoming an Ally for Diversity in Education Abroad (Workshop Facilitator) 2014 Diversity Abroad Conference San Diego, CA: March 31, 2014University of PortlandFour-year Institution: small (5,000 or less)contrera@up.edu
58
LGBTQI+Gina AsalonNAFSA Rainbow SIG leadershipMiami UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)asalonga@miamioh.edu
59
LGBTQI+Transgender studentsJason Kouba"Advising Transgender Students: What Study Abroad Advisors Need to Know," NAFSA Region V (2016, Region IV (2015), and Macalester College with Kevin Morrison (2015).Academic Programs InternationalThird-party Provider
jason.kouba@apiabroad.com
60
LGBTQI+Katie EmslieWhile in Residence Life, I created and developed a dialogue series for students to discuss current events on campus through the lens of intersecting identities. I would like to create a similar dialogue series for students participating in education abroad in the near future.Kennesaw State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)kemslie@kennesaw.edu
61
LGBTQI+Lance PostonNAFSA 2017 session: Supporting Students who Identify as TransgenderUniversity of KentuckyFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)lance.poston@uky.edu
62
LGBTQI+Lukman ArsalanNAFSA Rainbow SIG Co-ChairTrinity CollegeLiberal Arts Collegelukman.arsalan@trincoll.edu
63
LGBTQI+Margaret McCullersLead author: NAFSA LGBTQ+ Student Advising Guide for Education Abroad Professionals (2017)Institute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityThird-party Providermmccullers@ifsa-butler.org
64
LGBTQI+Matt FreeChair of IFSA-Butler LGBTQ+ Inclusive Excellence Working Group 2015-2017 and Co-author: NAFSA LGBTQ+ Student Advising Guide for Education Abroad Professionals (2017)Institute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityThird-party Providermmccullers@ifsa-butler.org
65
LGBTQI+Ray BatesNAFSA Rainbow SIG leadershipKEI Study AbroadThird-party Providerray@keiabroad.org
66
LGBTQI+Rick RussoNAFSA Rainbow SIG leadershipUniversity of California, BerkeleyFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)russo@berkeley.edu
67
LGBTQI+Sarah McNeelyNAFSA Rainbow SIG leadershipAPI Study AbroadThird-party Providersarah.mcneely@apiabroad.com
68
LGBTQI+Scott TayloeNAFSA Rainbow SIG Co-ChairCISabroadThird-party Providerstayloe@cisabroad.com
69
LGBTQI+Scott Van Der MeidNAFSA Rainbow SIG leadershipBrandeis UniversityFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)svanderm@brandeis.edu
70
LGBTQI+Susan CartyNAFSA Rainbow SIG leadershipIndiana UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)scarty@iu.edu
71
MenDr. James LucasHas completed a dissertation on this topic. Published a book chapter; presented at Forum, NAFSA, and Diversity Abroad; and consulted with Northwestern, UT Austin, IES, and CAPA. Created a program for cis-gendered fraternity men to discuss leadership and masculinity.Michigan State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)lucasjam@msu.edu
72
Non-Traditional StudentsFirst-Year studentsAshley Spinellicustomized programmingACCENT Study AbroadThird-party Provider
ashley.spinelli@accentintl.com
73
Non-Traditional StudentsFirst-year StudentsDr. James LucasHas coordinated and taught on MSU’s first year programs for 14 years.Michigan State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)lucasjam@msu.edu
74
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesAimee CallCreated predeparture session “How to be a Minority Abroad”NC State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)adcall3@ncsu.edu
75
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesAndrew GordonFounder and CEO of Diversity AbroadDiversity AbroadSpecial-focus Institution
ajgordon@diversityabroad.org
76
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesEbony EllisNAFSA V 2017: Bridging the Gap - Connecting with Students of Different IdentitiesCenter for Global and Intercultural Study, University of Michigan Ann ArborFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)enellis@umich.edu
77
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesEduardo ContrerasDiversity as Strategy in Education Abroad Pre-Conference Workshop Co-facilitator at Diversity Abroad Conference Atlanta, GA: April 4, 2016;
Does the End of Affirmative Action Matter for Study Abroad? (Workshop Chair and Presenter), Inaugural Diversity Abroad Conference: Changing Landscapes: Strategies & Opportunities for Greater Access; Chicago, IL: April 1, 2013
University of PortlandFour-year Institution: small (5,000 or less)contrera@up.edu
78
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesErica Ledesma
Associate Director of Diversity Network, leads on-site workshops and trainings on D&I
Diversity AbroadSpecial-focus Institution
eledesma@diversityabroad.org
79
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesEveadean M. Myers, J.D.NAFSA Community Leader: Black and Multicultural Professionals in Intl Ed (BMcPIE) SIGPrairie View A&M UniversityMinority Serving Institutionemmyers@pvamu.edu
80
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesAfrican American studentsIdris RobinsonDrexel UniversityFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)idris@drexel.edu
81
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesKathie Stromile GoldenNAFSA Network Leader: Historically Black Colleges and Universities IIGMississippi Valley State UniversityMinority Serving Institutionksgolden@mvsu.edu
82
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesLaNitra BergerI have experience working with underrepresented students in many ways: racial and ethnic minorities, LGBTQIA, STEM students, men, low-income, and first generation studentsHonors College, George Mason UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)lberger2@gmu.edu
83
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesLillian ReadChair of IFSA-Butler Race and Ethnicity Inclusive Excellence Working Group; Presentation at IFSA-Butler 2017 Conference titled "Acknowledging the "I" in Identity: Helping Students Navigate Identity-Based Experiences Abroad"
Institute for Study Abroad, Butler University
Third-party Providerlread@ifsa-butler.org
84
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesBlack and African American focusMarilyn JacksonNAFSA 2017 session: Moving Upward and Onward: Promoting Black and African American Leaders in International EducationSan Francisco State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)mjackson@sfsu.edu
85
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesMelissa WhatleyQuantitative researchUniversity of GeorgiaFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)melwhat@uga.edu
86
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesPamela Roy
NAFSA 2017 poster: AID Roadmap: Comprehensive Assessment for Inclusion in Education Abroad
Diversity AbroadSpecial-focus Institutionproy@diversityabroad.org
87
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesT. Joan RobinsonNAFSA Network Leader: Historically Black Colleges and Universities IIGMorgan State UniversityMinority Serving InstitutionJoan.Robinson@morgan.edu
88
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesTanya SaundersI work with the MLK Scholar Program at Ithaca College which incorporates international citizenship into its expectations for Scholars. In addition, I have been instrumental in developing short term faculty-led programs that invite ALANA (African-, Latino, Asian-, and Native American Students) student participation. I have presented on the topic of Diversity and Study Abroad.Ithaca CollegeFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)tsaunders@ithaca.edu
89
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesAfrican-American studentsTricia WhitingShenandoah University Four-year Institution: small (5,000 or less)pwhiting@su.edu
90
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesTrixie Cordova
Diversity Abroad staff, DAC presenters, NAFSA 2017 Poster: Diversity Abroad's Passport Tour: An Innovative Practice for Diversity Outreach
Diversity AbroadSpecial-focus Institutiontcordova@diversityabroad.org
91
Racial and Ethnic IdentitiesMen of colorAaron BruceInstitutional Chief Diversity Officer, Diverse Marketing StrategiesSan Diego State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)abruce@mail.sdsu.edu
92
Religious IdentitiesEbony EllisNAFSA V 2017: Bridging the Gap - Connecting with Students of Different IdentitiesCenter for Global and Intercultural Study, University of Michigan Ann ArborFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)enellis@umich.edu
93
Religious IdentitiesEduardo ContrerasUniversity of PortlandFour-year Institution: small (5,000 or less)contrera@up.edu
94
Religious IdentitiesLillian Read
Member of the Diversity Abroad Religious Identity Task Force 2017-2018
Institute for Study Abroad, Butler University
Third-party Providerlread@ifsa-butler.org
95
Religious IdentitiesMichelle TolanCreated IFSA-Butler's "Unpacked: A study abroad guide for students like me" resource.Institute for Study Abroad, Butler UniversityThird-party Providermtolan@ifsa-butler.org
96
Student AthletesEmily DurhamNAFSA 2017 session: Athletic Department Collaboration to Expand Student-Athlete Education AbroadDuke UniversityFour-year Institution: midsize (5,001 to 15,000)emily.durham@duke.edu
97
Student AthletesGrant LeslieNAFSA 2017 session: Athletic Department Collaboration to Expand Student-Athlete Education AbroadBeyond SportsThird-party Providergrant@beyondsportstours.com
98
Student AthletesMarissa FloydNAFSA 2017 session: Athletic Department Collaboration to Expand Student-Athlete Education AbroadStudent-Athletes AbroadThird-party Providermarissa@saabroad.com
99
Student AthletesTricia WhitingShenandoah University Four-year Institution: small (5,000 or less)pwhiting@su.edu
100
Students with Disabilities or Special NeedsMental HealthAimee CallReconfigured pre-departure orientation to be a collaboration between Study Abroad and our campus Counseling Center and addressed mental health and self-care abroad. Sessions include “How to be a Minority Abroad” and “Gender and Sexuality Abroad.” Selected as a best practice by Diversity Abroad. Presented on predeparture conference at the NCAIE state conference and was selected as the best EA session and has been nominated for the NAFSA Region VII conference. NC State UniversityFour-year Institution: large (15,000+)adcall3@ncsu.edu
Loading...
 
 
 
Individuals
Programs
lists