NAFSA's Guide to Education Abroad for Advisers and Administrators

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William Hoffa, John Pearson, Marvin Slind
NAFSA, Association of International Educators, 1993 - American students - 313 pages
This volume offers a series of papers and essays as a guide to higher education advisors and administrators in the field of education abroad. Papers are organized into three sections which address education abroad in general, advising, and program development and evaluation. The following papers are included: "Being a Professional in the Field of Education Abroad" (Archer Brown and David Larsen); "The Education-Abroad Office in Its Campus Context" (Paul DeYoung and Paul Primak); "Academic Credit" (Eleanor Krawutschke and Kathleen Sideli); "Financial Aid" (Nancy Stubbs); "The Office Library and Resource Materials" (Catherine Gamon and Heidi Soneson); "Computerizing Operations" (James Gehlhar and Kathleen Sideli); "Promotion and Publicity" (My Yarabinec); "The Demographics of Education Abroad" (Stephen Cooper and Mary Anne Grant); "Advising Principles and Strategies" (Cynthia Felbeck Chalou and Janeen Felsing); "Promoting Student Diversity" (Margery A. Ganz et al.); "Health and Safety Issues" (Joan Elias Gore); "Predeparture Orientation and Reentry Programming" (Ellen Summerfield); "Program Planning, Budgeting, and Implementation" (Jack Henderson et al.); "Program Designs and Strategies" (Joseph Navari and Heidi Soneson); "Work Abroad and International Careers" (William Nolting); and "Program Evaluation" (Michael Laubscher and Ronald Pirog). Appendixes contain a bibliography of about 180 print and non-print items as well as about 90 organizations, a 1990 report of a national task force on undergraduate education abroad, a Pennsylvania State University program evaluation guide, the Association of International Educators' code of ethics, and a paper on reading study abroad literature.

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