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Go Overseas Study in Ireland Scholarship

Our friends at Go Overseas are offering a unique scholarship opportunity for your study abroad experience in Ireland! In a partnership with Education in Ireland and Aer Lingus, Go Overseas is giving away 26 scholarships worth more than $290,000 in tuition! Two lucky students will also receive free round-trip airfare to Ireland, courtesy of Aer Lingus. [...]

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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]