NAFSA: Association of International Educators will be hosting live e-Learning Seminar “Pathway Programs: Key Considerations and Strategies” on Tuesday, July 12, 2016, 3:00 p.m.-4:30 p.m. (EST).
It will discuss different models of pathway partnerships and identify key considerations when making assessments and decisions on partnering with program providers. The event will offer a variety of ideas, examples, and resources that can be used to engage campus stakeholders in determining the appropriate strategy suited for the campus context.
I will be co-presenting with Mihaela N. Metianu, Director of international student and scholar services, Florida Atlantic University and Shannon Paul, Adelphi University, Director of international admissions.
As the principal researcher of the NAFSA Commissioned Research – “Landscape of Pathway Partnerships in the United States”, I will present the preliminary findings of the Phase-1 focused on definition, typology and institutional characteristics of existing partnerships. Mihaela and Shannon will focus on bringing relevant perspectives related to their experiences in working with pathway providers.
The content will be relevant to those working in international student services; recruitment and admissions; intensive English programs; campus internationalization; and international education leadership.
– Dr. Rahul Choudaha