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2019 NAFSA Region XII Conference Session Collaboration Sheet
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Instructions: Add your session topic below to find people interested in presenting on this topic. AND/OR add your name to the list if you are interested in presenting with someone. Region XII will not match you with a session presenter. By adding your name to the list, you are agreeing to be contacted by other conference attendees. You may also contact anyone on the list.
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Proposal Topic/ Interested TopicBrief DescriptionKnowledge Community/CommunitiesInstitution TypeYour NameContact Email# of Desired Co-presenters (Max 5)Co-presenter Background RequestedName 1Contact Info 1Instituion Type 1Name 2Contact Info 2Instituion Type 2Other
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AB 705 at CA Community CollegesDiscussion on how AB 705 is impacting international student admissions, placement, and progress and what role international student programs have on campusCommunity College IIGCommunity CollegeThomas Torres-Gilttorresgil@peralta.edu2-4Can you contact me (Rosalind Raby)Yesenia Castelloncastely@arc.losrios.eduCommunity ColllegeChris Woowooc@smccd.eduCommunity College
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Working with Recruitment Partners (agents)Exploring best practices: What has worked? What to expect? Challenges? Opportunities for Growth?International Enrollment ManagementPublic, 4 yr.Aaron Lindbergaaron.lindberg@csun.edu2-3Rebecca Lubitz-Marchenar.lubitz.marchena@gmail.comPublic - UC Berkeley Extension
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Creating a comprehensive communication planExamine how to create an international student communciation plan starting from the prospective student funnel, moving through the application process, and concluding with enrollment. International Enrollment ManagementPublic, 4 yr.Aaron Lindbergaaron.lindberg@csun.edu2-3Rebecca Lubitz-Marchenar.lubitz.marchena@gmail.comPublic - UC Berkeley ExtensionDaniel Chathamdchatham@miis.eduPrivate - graduate school
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California community college Performance Funding ModelExamine how the PFB will impact all California community colleges, where it will impact international education and what advocacy needs to be done.Community College IIGCommunity CollegeRosalind Rabyrabyrl@aol.com2-3Hannah Strackhstrack@berkeley.eduSummer Sessions/Study Abroad at UC Berkeley
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Recruiting and Training Student StaffShare good practices for recruiting and training students staff in order to maximize your program's effectiveness and high-quality professional development for students.Applicable to any program or office that utilizes student staffInternational Exchange nonprofitYuki Uedayuki@viaprograms.org2-3Sandy Wangsiwang@uci.eduPublic, 4 yr. - UCI International Center
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Supporting Faculty in teaching international studentsBest practices for providing information and resources to faculty to prepare and support them in teaching in an increasingly international and intercultural classroomTeaching, Learning, and Scholarship, Intl Student and Scholar Services, International Education LeadershipPrivate, Catholic 4 year universityCsilla Samaycsamay@lmu.edu3Madison Motoyasummotoyasu@ucsb.eduUC Santa Barbara
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International scholar career and professional development programsPrograms that support international scholars' careers in the U.S. (i.e. interviewing and compensation negotiation skills, networking, visa options workshops, tracking international scholar career outcomes, assessing international scholar career programs, etc)International ScholarsANYHolly Nigorizawaholly.nigorizawa@ucsf.edu
feel free to email to tease out topic any time! I'm not at all married to this angle!
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International Postdoc IssuesIssues facing international postdocs at your institution, and potential resolutions (i.e. PI issues, publication issues, work conditions, mental health, etc)International ScholarsANYHolly Nigorizawaholly.nigorizawa@ucsf.edu
feel free to email to tease out topic any time! I'm not at all married to this angle!
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International Scholar ProgramsSocial, cultural, and/or professional development programs for international scholars (and potentially their families)International ScholarsANYHolly Nigorizawaholly.nigorizawa@ucsf.edu
feel free to email to tease out topic any time! I'm not at all married to this angle!
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Assessing International Scholar ProgramsHow institutions have assessed international scholar programs, and what they've potentially done with the dataInternational ScholarsANYHolly Nigorizawaholly.nigorizawa@ucsf.edu
feel free to email to tease out topic any time! I'm not at all married to this angle!
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Advising International Scholars on the Next Steps in their CareersCollaborative professional development programs with career offices, postdoc offices, grad division (or even homegrown programs without collaboration with departments)International ScholarsANYHolly Nigorizawaholly.nigorizawa@ucsf.edu
feel free to email to tease out topic any time! I'm not at all married to this angle!
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ISSO & HR: Creating a healthy, collaborative environment for scholar processingStrategies for creating a collaborative, productive environment for processing requestsInternational ScholarsANYHolly Nigorizawaholly.nigorizawa@ucsf.edu
feel free to email to tease out topic any time! I'm not at all married to this angle!
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Full disclosure: I won't be able to present on all of the topics - just throwing possible topics out there to get the ball rolling :) International Scholars in Crisis: Collaborating with Campus on Mental Health IssuesStrategies institutions have in place to support international scholarsInternational ScholarsANYHolly Nigorizawaholly.nigorizawa@ucsf.edu
feel free to email to tease out topic any time! I'm not at all married to this angle!
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Advocacy Daydetails regarding advocacy day, how to prepare, and what is like on the hill.anyKai Chengkscheng@ucdavis.edu2-3
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Expanding your Global Internship Portfolio with Providers: Creating a roadmap for selecting third party providers.Demand for global internships has risen over the past decade with each university choosing to handle demand inhouse or seek partnership with providers. Beginning with a brief comparison of global internship models, this session will create a roadmap for vetting a new global internship provider and how to determine best strategic alignment, beginning with how to source and determine new providers, followed by defining the parameters for review. Drawing from a university and provider perspective the session will be able to highlight overall best practices.EAAllJillian Lowj.low@crccasia.com1-2
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Translating a Student's Study Abroad Experience to Enhance Employability11 out of 15 '21st century workplace skills' are gained through oversea experiences, but many students are unable to identify and apply their global competencies to their professional development. This session will review exercises and support for students returning from their program, translating the experiences to future employment.
EAAllJillian Lowj.low@crccasia.com1-2
Jasmine Watson
jwatson@cmc.edu
Private- Liberal Arts | Claremont McKenna CollegeJanelle Waldrep
waldrep@sfsu.edu
public, 4-year - SF State University
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Economic Hardship - The Challenges of an International StudentInternational student advisors will acquire new or adjust existing knowledge on the challenges facing international students experiencing economic hardship. Through this information, we navigate the options available to a student through a holistic approach of advising. Our ultimate goal for the student is to succeed in their academics with one less barrier on their journey.International Students & Scholar ServicesPublic, 4 yr. and possibly Community CollegeIgnacio Castorignacio.castor@csulb.edu2
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