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There’s Still Time to Go Abroad- Fall Deadline Extensions Part III

Good news! There is still time to spend your fall semester abroad with API! Find links to host city information and specific programs and applications below.   The complete list of deadline extensions is as follows: Study Abroad Programs- New application deadline for the following programs is 5/15/2017: Buenos Aires, Argentina Universidad de Belgrano, Argentine [...]

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API Presentations

  • March, 2017: “Millenials vs. Gen Z” at the WAIE Conference in Sheboygan, WI [Hannah Olevson, presenter]
  • February, 2017: “Unpacking Your Study Abroad Experience: Re-Entry, Reverse Culture Shock, Challenges and Tips” at the Connecticut Study Abroad Re-Entry Conference in West Hartford, CT [Ilene Tillman, co-presenter]
  • January, 2017: “Parents as Partners: How to Set Expectations and Bring out Their Best” webinar for Showa International, Brookline, MA [Julie Leitman, Presenter]
  • November, 2016: “Making the Case for Innovative Returnee Programming: From Theory to Practice” session at NAFSA Region II Conference in Santa Fe, NM [Chelsea Kindred, Session Chair]
  • November, 2016: “Making the Case for Innovative Returnee Programming: From Theory to Practice” session at NAFSA Bi-Regional III and VII Conference in New Orleans, LA [Chelsea Kindred, Session Chair]
  • October, 2016: “Not a Target: Partnerships for Diversity in Education Abroad” session at the IIE Summit on Generation Study Abroad in Washington, DC [Chelsea Kindred, Facilitator]
  • October, 2016: “Advising Transgender Students: What Study Abroad Advisors Need to Know” session at the NAFSA Region V Conference in Milwaukee, WI [Jason Kouba, Co-Presenter]
  • October, 2016: “Return to Sender: When and How to Send Study Abroad Students Home (Early)” at the NAFSA Region V Conference in Milwaukee, WI [Jason Kouba, Co-Presenter]
  • October, 2016: “Partnering with Parents: Collaboration not Confrontation” sesssion at NAFSA Region XI Conference in Newport, RI [Julie Leitman, Co-Presenter]
  • October, 2016: “Becoming Fluent in STEM: EA Professionals Learning the Lingo” sesssion at NAFSA Region XI Conference in Newport, RI [Julie Leitman, Co-Presenter]
  • October, 2016: “NAFSA Collegial Conversation on Returnee Programming” webinar [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • August, 2016: “How to Create a Successful Re-Entry Experience in International Education” online webinar, Inside Study Abroad [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • May, 2016: “NAFSA Open Meeting: Education Abroad Returnee Learning” at the NAFSA Annual Conference in Denver, CO [Chelsea Kindred, Facilitator]
  • May, 2016: “Current Trends in Education Abroad Alumni Programming CTW 4-Hour Workshop” at the NAFSA Annual Conference in Denver, CO [Chelsea Kindred, Lead Trainer]
  • May, 2016: “Partnering with Parents: Strategies to Manage Expectations for Education Abroad” session at NAFSA Annual Conference in Denver, CO [Julie Leitman, Co-Presenter]
  • March, 2016: “Reaching Students Where They Are: Creative Engagement Strategies” at the Arkansas State Meeting in Pine Bluff, AR [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • February, 2016: “Health, Safety & Risk Management in Education Abroad” session at Texas State NAFSA Meeting in Lubbock, TX [Christie Johnson, Co-Presenter]
  • February, 2016: “Unpacking Your Study Abroad Experience: Re-Entry, Reverse Culture Shock, Challenges and Tips” at the Connecticut Study Abroad Re-Entry Conference in New Haven, CT [Ilene Tillman, Co-Presenter]
  • December, 2015: “Advising Transgender Students: What Study Abroad Advisors Need to Know” session at the NAFSA Region IV Conference in Des Moines, IA [Jason Kouba, Presenter]
  • October, 2015: “Engaging Study Abroad Students at an Earlier Age” session at the IIE Generation Study Abroad Summit in Washington, DC [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • October, 2015: “Promoting Faculty-Led Program Success through Effective Communication & Collaboration” session at the NAFSA Region XII Conference in Honolulu, HI [Julie Van Vechten-Smith, Co-Presenter]
  • June, 2015: “So How Do I Pay For This?” poster session at the annual NAFSA Conference in Boston, MA [Ilene Tillman, Co-Presenter]
  • May, 2015: “Gender Discrimination (Title IX) and the Violence Against Women Act: Regulatory Implications for Study Abroad” session at the annual NAFSA Conference in Boston, MA [Courtney Greene, chair and Co-Presenter]
  • March, 2015: “How Far Do You Go to Make it Work? Bringing the Disability Debate to the Table” session at the Forum on Education Abroad Conference in New Orleans, LA [Christie Johnson, Co-Presenter]
  • March, 2015: “Transgender Students: Challenges and Barriers to Study Abroad” session at the Diversity Abroad Conference in New Orleans, LA [Christie Johnson, Co-Presenter]
  • February, 2015: “Unpacking Your Study Abroad Experience: Re-Entry, Reverse Culture Shock, Challenges and Tips” session at the Connecticut Study Abroad Re-Entry Conference in Bridgeport, CT [Ilene Tillman, Co-Presenter]
  • November 2014: “Best Practices for Alumni Programming” at the NAFSA Region VIII Conference in Williamsburg, VA [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • November, 2014: “Faculty-Led Hybrid Program Development” session at the NAFSA Region III Conference in Fort Worth, TX [Roni Sivan, Co-Presenter]
  • November, 2014: “Social Media: The Increasingly Vital Marketing and Advising Tool in Education Abroad” session at the NAFSA Region III Conference in Fort Worth, TX [Christie Johnson, Co-Presenter]
  • October, 2014: “Generation Study Abroad’s Big Idea #9: Engaging the Private Sector” session at theNAFSA Bi-Regional X & XI conference in Albany, NY [Julie Leitman, Co-Presenter]
  • October, 2014: “Partnering with Parents: How to Manage Expectations and Bring out their Best” session at the NAFSA Bi-Regional X & XI Conference in Albany, NY [Julie Leitman, Presenter]
  • May, 2014: “Learning Transformed: Experiences Beyond Study Abroad” poster session at the annual NAFSA Conference in San Diego, CA [Barbara West and Karen Williams, Co-Presenters]
  • November, 2013: “Education Abroad Hot Topic: Visa Updates for France, Italy, Spain, UK and World-At-Large” session at the NAFSA Region IV Conference in Rapid City, SD [Karen Williams, Presenter]
  • October, 2013: “Education Abroad Alumni Programming: A Diversity of Applications” session at the NAFSA Region II Conference in Bozeman, MT [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • October, 2013: “Living an Internationally-Focused Life” session at the Lessons From Abroad Conference in Chicago, IL [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • September, 2013: “Living an Internationally-Focused Life” session at the Lessons From Abroad Conference in Oklahoma [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • September, 2013: “Introduction to the Field of International Education” session at the Lessons From Abroad Conference in Central Texas [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • May, 2013: “Fundamentals of Short-Term Education Abroad Programming” workshop at NAFSA National Conference in St. Louis, MO [Chelsea Kindred, Lead Trainer]
  • May, 2013: “Supporting Outreach and Engagement with Alumni” poster session at NAFSA National Conference in St. Louis, MO [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • May, 2013: “Work, Internship, and Volunteer Abroad” poster session at NAFSA National Conference in St. Louis, MO [Julie Van Vechten-Smith, Presenter]
  • May, 2013: “Advancing NAFSA’s Public Policy Agenda Through Grassroots Advocacy” session at NAFSA National Conference in St. Louis, MO [Courtney Greene, Presenter]
  • May, 2013: “Google Apps for Enhancing the Education Abroad Experience” session at NAFSA National Conference in St. Louis, MO [Jeramy Johnson, Presenter]
  • November, 2012: “Why Blogging Isn’t Dead” session at NAFSA Region I in Tacoma, Washington [Julie Van Vechten Smith, Presenter]
  • November, 2012: “Pin Them Down: Millenials and Social Media” session at NAFSA Region XI in Portland, Maine [Kim Karalekas, Presenter]
  • October, 2012: “Blogging: Creating Opportunities for Outreach” session at the NAFSA Region V Conference in Madison, WI [Christie Johnson, Presenter]
  • October, 2012: AFSA Region III and VII Bi-Regional Conference [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • October, 2012: “Engaging Students in Orientation By Appealing to A Variety of Learning Styles” [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • October, 2012: “Why Blogging Isn’t Dead” session at NAFSA XII in San Jose, CA [Julie Van Vechten Smith, Presenter]
  • October, 2012: “Making Meaning of the American Student—Spanish Host Family Experience” session at NAFSA III & VII in San Juan, Puerto Rico [Courtney Link, Presenter]
  • October, 2012: “Introduction to Pinterest and its International Education Applications” session at NAFSA III & VII in San Juan, Puerto Rico [Kim Karalekas, Presenter]
  • May, 2012: NAFSA National Conference, CEP Workshop Trainer [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  •  May, 2012: Short-Term Education Abroad Programming [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  •  May, 2012: NAFSA National Conference, Poster Presentation [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  •  April, 2012: “Education Abroad Students and the Visa Process” [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • March, 2012: “Best Practices for Study Abroad Fairs” Wisconsin Association of International Educators Conference in Appleton, WI [Christie Johnson, Presenter]
  • March, 2012: “Study Abroad: Tomorrow’s Technology Today” session at CCIS Conference in Washington, DC [Jeramy Johnson, participant]
  • February, 2012: “Increasing Student Engagement in Orientation: Tools to Satisfy a Variety of Learning Styles” session at NAFSA Texas Meeting at Austin College in Sherman, Texas [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • November, 2011: “New Media: Friend or Foe” session NAFSA Regions I and XII joint conference in Reno, NV [Kim Karalekas, Presenter]
  • November, 2011: “Facilitating Traditional Study Abroad Goals for the Smartphone Generation” session at NAFSA Region V conference in Champaign, IL [Christie Johnson, Presenter]
  • November, 2011: Short-Term Education Abroad Programming [Courtney Link, Presenter]
  • May, 2011: “Unique Uses of Technology and Social Media in International Education” poster fair at the national NAFSA conference in Vancouver, Canada [Jeramy A. Johnson, Presenter]
  • April, 2011: “Sustainability Practices in Education Abroad”, session at the FORUM on Education Abroad Conference in Boston, MA [Jeramy A. Johnson, panelist]
  • February, 2011: NAFSA Collegial Conversation “Optimizing Your Use of Social Media” online interactive webinar [Jeramy A. Johnson, panelist]
  • November, 2010: “Trolls, Trawlers and Tweeters – Common Social Media Dangers and How to Avoid Them”, session at the NAFSA Region VIII Conference in Richmond, VA. [Jeramy A. Johnson, Presenter]
  • October, 2010: “Using Technology to Engage Students in Education Abroad”, session at the NAFSA Region I conference in Corvallis, OR [Jeramy A. Johnson, Presenter]
  • October, 2010: “Leadership Development Opportunities in NAFSA”, session at the NAFSA Region III conference in New Orleans, LA [Chelsea Kindred, Presenter]
  • May, 2010: “Knowing Your Resources: Working with the U.S. Department of State and the Overseas Security Advisory Council”, session at the Annual NAFSA Conference, Kansas City, MO [Courtney Goike, chair]
  • May, 2010: “From Theory to Practice and Back: Applying Social Science Theory to International Education”, seminar at national NAFSA conference. [Vija G. Mendelson, seminar chair and Presenter]
  • November, 2009: “Innovative Communication Tools: IM and Twitter”, session at the NAFSA Region VIII conference. [Jeramy A. Johnson, Presenter]
  • November, 2009: “The iPhone as Virtual Bookbag – How to Make Your Intercultural Program more Portable”, session at the CIEE Annual Conference, Istanbul, Turkey [Dr. Sharon Foerster, Presenter]
  • November, 2009: “Mindful Engagement; Multi‐faceted Tools for Linguistic and Cultural Learning Abroad”, session at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Annual Convention, San Diego, CA [Dr. Sharon Foerster, Presenter]
  • October, 2009: “Rhinestone Marketing: Creating Social Networking Gems on a Budget”, session at the NAFSA Region III conference. [Jeramy A. Johnson, Presenter]
  • October, 2009: “Leave Your Diamonds at Home: Tips for ‘Packing’ Realistic Expectations”, session at the NAFSA Region III conference [Courtney Goike, Presenter]
  • October, 2009: “Knowing your Resources: Working with OSAC and the Department of State”, session at the NAFSA Region III conference [Courtney Goike, Presenter]
  • October, 2009: “Education Abroad Visa Update/Best Practices”, session at the NAFSA Region III conference [Courtney Goike, Presenter]
  • October, 2009: “Issues in Study Abroad”, session at the Mountain Interleague Foreign Language Conference. [Christie D. Johnson, Presenter]
  • May, 2009: “Going High‐Tech: How to Make the Leap in the Education Abroad Office”, session at national NAFSA conference. [Vija G. Mendelson, Presenter]
  • May, 2009: “Judicial Affairs Abroad: Developing Responsible and Engaged Global Citizens”, session at national NAFSA conference. [Courtney Goike, Presenter]
  • July, 2008: Education Abroad Advising”, workshop at the NAFSA Summer Institute in Chicago. [Courtney Goike, trainer]
  • May, 2008:”Millennials, Helicopter Parents, and Study Abroad: Challenges and Strategies”, session at national NAFSA conference. [Courtney Goike, Presenter]
  • November, 2007: “Pre‐Departure Orientation: An Institutional and Third‐Party Provider View”, session at Region III NAFSA conference. [Courtney Goike, Presenter]
  • November, 2007: “Taking Initiative: Experiential Learning in International Education”, session at Region III NAFSA conference. [Vija G. Mendelson, session chair and Presenter]
  • October, 2007: “Facilitating a Successful Visa Process: Turning Policies and Paperwork into an Educational Experience,e” session at Region XI NAFSA conference. [Courtney Goike, Presenter]
  • May, 2007: participant in “Education Abroad: What’s New, What’s Working” Poster Group at national NAFSA conference. [Cathy Rao, Presenter]
  • November, 2006: “Training for Active Learning: Engaging the Environment in Seville & Beyond”, workshop at CIEE conference. [Vija G. Mendelson, Presenter]
  • November, 2006: “ ‘Realizing’ Student Potential: Identifying Goals for Study Abroad and Lessons Learned”, session at CIEE conference. [Vija G. Mendelson, session chair and Presenter]
  • November, 2006: “Developing and Administering Quality Short‐Term Education Abroad Programs”, session at Region XI NAFSA conference. [Julie Leitman, Presenter]
  • May, 2006 & 2007: participant in “International Education Research” Poster Group at national NAFSA conference. [Vija G. Mendelson, Presenter]
  • May, 2006: “Think and Learn Outside the Classroom: Short‐Term Study Abroad Opportunities for Faculty and Students”, workshop at Salem State College. [Julie Leitman, Presenter]
  • November, 2005: “Educational ‘Connections’: Using Technology to Prepare Students for Study Abroad”, session at Region II/III NAFSA conference. [Vija G. Mendelson, session chair and Presenter]
  • May, 2005 & 2006: “Theory and Training for Effective Culture Learning for Education Abroad Programming”, workshop at national NAFSA conference. [Vija G. Mendelson, Presenter]
  • November, 2004: “Bringing it Home: Resources for Reentry Programming at the Campus Level”, session at CIEE conference. [Vija G. Mendelson, Presenter]
  • November, 2004: “Home Again: Designing Study Abroad Reentry for your Campus”, session at Region XI NAFSA conference. [Vija G. Mendelson, Presenter]
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