CSI E-Series Webinar
Monday, April 27, 2015 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm EST
Internationalization in higher education and student affairs — seeking authentic ways to make a difference
Many colleges and universities are promoting their international or global engagement. However, what the means, why they are doing it, and how these efforts can benefit institutions around the world remains a significant question. This webinar will preview a New Directions in Higher Education book being co-edited by Dr. Dennis Roberts and Dr. Susan Komives to come out in 2016 titled Enhancing Student Learning and Development in Cross-Border Higher Education. Participants in the webinar will have the chance to explore ways they can help their institutions move toward authentic internationalization while developing mutually beneficial and transforming relationships. Register today!
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Commission for Campus Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm EST
Campus Contagion: Planning for, Mitigating, and Responding to Epidemic Health Scares on Campus
Among the many emergencies that impact our colleges and universities is the threat of epidemic health scares on campus (e.g., measles, meningitis, Bird Flu, H1N1/Swine Flu, hepatitis B, Ebloa)This webinar will provide an opportunity to engage in conversations with campus administrators who have been faced epidemic health issues on their campuses and learn from health experts about cutting edge practices for epidemic preparedness, response, and recovery. Register today!
Commission for Global Dimensions of Student Development & Commission for Admissions, Orientation and First Year Experience
Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm EST
They are all [Mascot Name]: International Student Admission & Transition to US Postsecondary Campuses
U.S. postsecondary institutions have become home to an ever-increasing number of students from across the world, with some institutions doubling their international enrollment in the last five years. Many institutions were caught off guard by this growth, and student affairs and service staff are working to identify ways to best accommodate a globally diverse population. This session will consider international student demographics, the impact of U.S. governmental and institutional practices, and identify ways to better support international students. Register today! Contact Kyoung Mi Choi at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Rachel A. Beech, Ed.D. is Director of the Office of International Admissions at the University of Arizona, and current Chair of ACPA's Commission for Admissions, Orientation, and the First Year Experience (AOFYE).
Robert N. Coffey, Jr., Ph.D. is Project Manager in University Housing at the University of Michigan, and Past Chair of ACPA's Commission for the Global Dimensions of Student Development (CGDSD).
Commission for Housing and Residential Life Webinar
Thursday, April 30, 2015 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm EST
Data or it Didn't Happen: Data-Driven Training Programs
ACPA's Commission for Housing and Residential Life presents this interactive webinar on data-driven training. Does data justify your practices? Does assessment accurately reflect your program? Data and assessment should be a vital aspect of every training program. "Data or it Didn't Happen" will help you learn how to gather, analyze, and implement assessment strategies in your training progr more
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