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CONTENTS
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Secondary School Resources.............................................. .7
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all products. Prices are for U.S. dollars and are subject to change
without notice. Prices do not include shipping and handling charges. Education Abroad.................................................................... .9
Global Learning and Faculty Resources........................... .13
International Enrollment Management............................. .13
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Do you have a book or book idea International Students and Scholars................................. .14
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NEW AND COMING SOON
EDUCATION ABROAD AND THE UNDERGRADUATE FACILITATING EDUCATION ABROAD:
EXPERIENCE: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES BLUEPRINTS FOR SUCCESSFUL ADVISING
AND APPROACHES TO INTEGRATION WITH STACEY HANSEN
STUDENT LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT Coming April 2019! Facilitating Education
EDITED BY ELIZABETH BREWER AND ANTHONY C. OGDEN Abroad, the latest edition of the digital
FOREWORD BY BRIAN WHALEN download By Example, features all new
Coming May 2019! Organized into three content and resources for effectively admin-
sections, this volume makes the case that istering study abroad programs. It highlights
learning abroad must be positioned within the exemplary forms, marketing materials, and
work of the larger institution and students’ other essential documents from a diverse
overall education. In doing so, it questions range of colleges and universities that can
many current assumptions and stimulates be adapted for any institution. An asset for
thinking about the power of an integrative education abroad advisers or administrators
approach to education abroad for lasting seeking to expand or develop their programs
educative value. An integrative approach and advising services, this publication covers
requires that students be afforded multiple key topics such as:
opportunities and ongoing support to draw • Marketing and outreach
connections between their learning abroad
• Managing student records
with other dimensions of their undergraduate
education. • Linking international experiences to
career development
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MAKING GLOBAL LEARNING UNIVERSAL:
PROMOTING INCLUSION AND
SUCCESS FOR ALL STUDENTS
NAVIGATING THE INTERCULTURAL CLASSROOM HILARY LANDORF, STEPHANIE DOSCHER, AND JAFFUS HARDRICK
TUULA LINDHOLM AND JOHANNE MEDNICK MYLES FOREWORD BY CARYN MCTIGHE MUSIL
FOREWORD BY DARLA K. DEARDORFF
While there is wide consensus in higher
This book goes beyond theoretical discus- education that global learning is essential for
sions and ­provides concrete methods for all students’ success, there are few models of
integrating intercultural ­communicative how to achieve this goal. The authors of this
competence into curricula through its book, all of whom are from one of the nation’s
­inclusion of p­ ractical examples, engaging largest and most diverse research universities,
activities, and real-life case studies. Develop provide such a model and, in doing so, offer
both the consciousness and the practical readers a broad definition of global learning
skills required to navigate the increasingly that both encompasses a wide variety of
intercultural English learning classroom. modes and experiences—in-person, online,
Copublished with TESOL Press and in cocurricular activities at home and
abroad—and engages all students on campus.

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NEW AND COMING SOON

2019 IMMIGRATION CLASSIFICATIONS POSTER ADDRESSING MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES


GAIL RAWSON. EDITED BY DAVID FOSNOCHT AFFECTING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Coming April 2019! NAFSA’s best-selling EDITED BY PATRICIA BURAK
poster describes each immigrant and non- Coming May 2019! Over one-third of
immigrant classification and provides at-a- first-year college students struggle with
glance information on employment eligibil- mental health issues, according to new
ity and study options. Each poster is research published by the American
mailed in a tube, without folds. The fin- Psychological Association that draws results
ished poster dimensions are 27” x 39”. from a survey of over 14,000 students
Poster, ©2019, Item 814 worldwide. As universities work to recruit
List Price: $31.00 | Member Price: $23.25 and retain international students, there is a
growing need to develop methods and
resources that address the unique mental
health concerns of their international com-
munities. This important new publication
features helpful resources and practical,
2019 IMMIGRATION CLASSIFICATIONS action-oriented checklists from an array of
QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE international education professionals,
GAIL RAWSON. EDITED BY DAVID FOSNOCHT including international student advisers,
Coming April 2019! NAFSA’s best-selling licensed psychologists and psychiatrists, and
poster, Immigration Classifications and Legal a representative from the insurance industry.
Employment of Foreign Nationals in the It discusses subjects such as:
United States, is now available in a six-panel • Peer mentoring programs
format. The quick reference guide is a • Insurance for mental health services
laminated chart that can fit easily inside a • Advice for handling day-to-day stressors
folder or binder for easy access.
Digital Download, ©2019, Item 202E
Quick Reference Guide, ©2019, 6 pages List Price: $19.99 | Member Price: $14.99
Pack of 20 (Item 814P)
List Price: $360.00 | Member Price: $270.00 PREPARING SECONDARY EDUCATORS FOR
Single Copy (Item 814S) LEADING GLOBAL STUDENT TRAVEL
List Price: $24.00 | Member Price: $18.00 KAYLA GATALICA AND JILLIAN FLOOD
New! This digital download is designed to
help prepare secondary educators for leading
NAFSA SPRING 2019 IMMIGRATION REVIEW and facilitating education abroad experiences
DAVID FOSNOCHT for middle and high school students. It
Coming May 2019! The NAFSA Spring 2019 explores topics such as:
Immigration Review provides a brief over- • Skill sets of effective program leaders
view of changes in immigration law, policy, • Training models
procedure, and practice over the past • Management of group dynamics
6 months. Digital Download, ©2019, Item 144E
Previous editions, including the NAFSA
Fall 2018 Immigration Review, are available
at www.shop.nafsa.org. UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ABROAD:
Digital Download, ©2019, Item 1002
APPROACHES, MODELS, AND CHALLENGES
List Price: $24.99 | Member Price: FREE EDITED BY KATE M. PATCH AND LOUIS M. BERENDS
Coming fall 2019! Meeting the growing interest for ­undergraduate
research abroad requires program leaders and ­student advisers
to consider new models, opportunities, and challenges beyond
those common to traditional study abroad experiences. Through
insightful chapters and case studies, this edited volume explores
these key issues and approaches from a variety of institutional and
organizational perspectives.
Book, ©2019, Item 2074

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NEW AND COMING SOON

INTERNATIONALIZING THE CAMPUS 2018


CHARLOTTE WEST Digital Resource—Available Free to Members
NAFSA’s 16th annual report cites exemplary
NAFSA: ASSOCIATION OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS

2018 practices, model approaches, and major


NAFSA GUIDE TO EDUCATIONAL
Internationalizing SYSTEMS AROUND THE WORLD
PR O FI L ES O F
SUCC ESS AT

trends shaping the current state of interna-


CO L L EG ES A N D

the Campus UN I VERSI T I ES

tional education on U.S. campuses. Five SUSAN WHIPPLE, EDITOR


institutions, from a strong and diverse set of Written by credential evaluation
nominees, were chosen to receive the experts, these guides to educa-
Senator Paul Simon Award for tional systems around the world
Comprehensive Internationalization in 2018 provide critical background
NAFSA Guide to
and are profiled in depth in this report. The Educational Systems information for the novice or
Around the World
five institutions are Babson College, St. experienced admissions profes-
Lawrence University, Stony Brook University, sional. The country guides were
Texas Tech University, and University originally published in A Guide to
of Florida. Educational Systems Around the
Three institutions, Baldwin Wallace World (1999) and have continued
University, Harper College, and the to be updated since 2008. All 200
University of Georgia, received the Senator guides are available online,
Paul Simon Spotlight Award for their out- downloadable by individual country, and can be used to help
standing accomplishments in specific areas determine placement recommendations and the possibility of
of internationalization. transfer credit for undergraduate and graduate admissions. Each
guide includes information on credentials or documentation,
Coming October 2019: Internationalizing
grading scales, postsecondary institutional recognition bodies,
the Campus 2019
and resources for additional information.
For past issues, visit www.nafsa.org/itc.
Digital Download, ©2008–2019, www.nafsa.org/GES
Book, ©2018, Item ITC2018, 75 pages, List Price: $9.99 | Member Price: FREE
List Price: $18.75 | Member Price: $14.00
Digital Download, Item ITC2018E
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New in e-Learning

E-LEARNING COURSE: E-LEARNING EXPRESS COURSES: DEVELOPING


F-1 ADVISING: GETTING STARTED PROFICIENCY IN INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
This four-week, self-paced Developing intercultural skills is essential for those
Developing
course brings international Proficiency in
who support international students and scholars.
student advisers into the Intercultural This four-part series provides professionals in the
office of a typical university. Communication field with the opportunity to strengthen these skill
The six online modules EXPRESS sets. The series includes the following courses:
address the many challenges • Foundations of Intercultural Communication
advisers face, such as the
• Intercultural Adjustment and Adaptation
initial I-20, visa and entry
procedures, legal employ- • Communicating Across Cultures
ment, and managing transi- • Culture and Identity
tions. Participants receive Series
access to the NAFSA
List Price: $285.00 | Member Price: $212.00
Adviser’s Manual 360 for the
duration of the course. Individual Course
List Price: $79.00 | Member Price: $59.00
List Price: $549.00
Member Price: $409.00 For these and other e-Learning offerings,
visit www.nafsa.org/training.

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NEW AND COMING SOON

NAFSA’S INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS SERIES:


JANE GATEWOOD, SERIES EDITOR

NAFSA’s International Partnerships INTRODUCTION TO NAFSA’S


Series: Developing Sustainable Academic INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS SERIES
JANE GATEWOOD, SERIES EDITOR
Collaborations comprises six digital download
This introduction presents an overview of the
installments that delve into the parameters of scope of the series and discusses the
international partnerships, identifying sound importance of strategic partnership
practices for cultivating rich and sustainable development.

connections internationally. The introduction Digital Download, ©2018, 6 pages,


Item 152E
and all six installments will be published as a List Price: $3.99 | Member Price: FREE
book later this year.

About the Series Editor INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP


Jane Gatewood, PhD, serves as vice provost DYNAMICS AND TYPES
for global engagement at the University of CHAD HOSETH AND SHEHAN THAMPAPILLAI

Rochester, where she leads and manages The first installment explores different
international partnership dynamics and types
initiatives related to the university’s global of activities to help institutions find the right
activities. Gatewood holds a BA from Emory fit for their needs to build the foundation for
successful and sustainable institutional
University and a PhD from the University of relationships. Topics include resource-based
Georgia. She was a Fulbright-Nehru awardee partnerships, support-­based partnerships,
and an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow at the School complementary partnerships, and partnership
activities that promote student learning,
of Advanced Study at the University of London. faculty opportunities, and strategic institu-
tional opportunities.
Digital Download, ©2018, 22 pages,
Item 153E
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EDUCATIONAL MOBILITY PARTNERSHIPS


KALPEN TRIVEDI
The second installment of the series pres-
ents an overview of current models of
educational mobility partnerships and the
benefits and challenges of each. The article
discusses exchange partnerships and direct
enrollment partnerships, working with
international education providers, and other
forms of mobility.
Digital Download, ©2018, 26 pages,
Item 154E
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NEW AND COMING SOON

DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE ACADEMIC COLLABORATIONS

INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS PARTNERSHIPS FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT


KIKI CARUSON JOËL GALLEGOS
This installment examines historical and Coming spring 2019!
future approaches to international This fifth i­nstallment of the series
research partnership development and ­examines the processes involved in
their institutional and global values. It ­intersecting institutional operations with
offers an in-depth look at such issues as the larger community to collectively
establishing strategic research allies, advance international education agendas.
engaging support at the faculty level, and The digital download covers defining
tracking and evaluating the impact of institutional goals, identifying community
research partnerships. partners, and establishing metrics.
Digital Download, ©2018, 26 pages, Digital Download, ©2019, Item 157E
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COMPREHENSIVE INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS


CORPORATE, INDUSTRY, AND SHAWN CONNER
NONGOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONAL Coming spring 2019!
PARTNERSHIP ENGAGEMENT The sixth ­installment of the series takes a
ALLEN MILLER wide-ranging look at the multilevel
Coming spring 2019! factors and considerations that are
This installment explores the methods involved with establishing comprehensive
and challenges associated with building institutional partnerships. The publication
and scaling international partnerships for delves into issues of developing strat­
international corporate engagement. It egies and policies, engaging stake-
offers best practices for strategic plan- holders, and securing funding.
ning, securing buy-in, and working with Digital Download, ©2019, Item 158E
partners. Topics include business partner- List Price: $9.99 | Member Price: $7.50
ships on campus, partnerships with state
and governmental agencies, and innova-
tive international degree programs with
international corporate partners.
Digital Download, ©2019, Item 156E
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NAFSA’S GUIDE TO INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS:


DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE ACADEMIC COLLABORATIONS
EDITED BY JANE GATEWOOD
Coming summer 2019! All six ­international partnerships installments, along with a case study and comprehensive glossary, in one
book. It covers a broad spectrum of partnership models, trends, and methods for assessing and sustaining them institutionally.
Book, ©2019, Item 1610

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NAFSA INTERNATIONAL
EDUCATION CAREER BOOKS

New NAFSA Career Books


WRITTEN BY AND FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS THE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION HANDBOOK:
PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF THE FIELD
CAREERS IN INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION: KATHERINE PUNTENEY
A GUIDE FOR NEW PROFESSIONALS New! This book provides a comprehensive
SORA H. FRIEDMAN AND AMIR REZA overview of key sectors of the field of
New! This book is a practical guide to international education, highlighting the
planning the first 5 to 7 years of a career information and trends most relevant to
in international education. Readers con- international educators, particularly those
sider professional performance and new to the field. A valuable resource for
context, practical tools and resources, and graduate students in international educa-
different career trajectories. The book tion, student affairs, and higher education
includes expert essays from leaders in the administration, topics include global
field and a career action plan. competence, models of education abroad
and experiential learning, international
Book, ©2019, ISBN 978-1-942719-24-3,
student recruitment and advising, and
Item 1601
citizen diplomacy.
List Price: $35.00 | Member Price: $26.25
Book, ©2019, ISBN 978-1-942719-26-7,
Item 2080
SENIOR INTERNATIONAL OFFICERS:
List Price: $56.00 | Member Price: $42.00
ESSENTIAL ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
EDITED BY DAVID L. DI MARIA
FACILITATOR’S GUIDE TO THE INTERNATIONAL
New! Senior International Officers: EDUCATION HANDBOOK: PRINCIPLES
Essential Roles and Responsibilities is a
AND PRACTICES OF THE FIELD
comprehensive book examining the stra-
tegic, organizational, and administrative KATHERINE PUNTENEY AND JAYNA WINN
elements involved in the senior interna- New! As a companion to the International
tional officer (SIO) position. With chapters Education Handbook, the facilitator’s
written by leading SIOs in the field, the guide offers student learning outcomes,
book covers common SIO responsibilities, ­discussion and reflection questions, and
including developing internationalization classroom and online activities to rein-
strategies, managing international risk, force the curriculum and apply it to
and generating to support initiatives. real-life scenarios.
Book, ©2019, ISBN 978-1-942719-25-0, Digital Download, ©2019, Item 2081E
Item 2090 List Price: $25.00 | Member Price: $18.75
List Price: $35.00 | Member Price: $26.25

NAFSA INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION HIRING MANAGER QUESTIONS: IN ALIGNMENT


PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES WITH THE NAFSA INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION
NAFSA International Education PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES
Professional Competencies is the Based on the NAFSA International Education
most comprehensive taxonomy of Professional Competencies, this set of
the necessary competencies for sample behavioral interview questions is a
success in different roles within helpful tool for supervisors when hiring direct
the field of international educa- service employees and managers in the areas
tion, from adviser to manager to of education abroad, international enrollment
policymaker. management, and international student and
For NAFSA Career Print™, an scholar services.
interactive online assessment tool, visit www.nafsa.org/competencies. Digital Download, ©2016, 7 pages, Item IEQ
Digital Download, ©2015, 48 pages, Item COMP15 List Price: $12.99 | Member Price: FREE
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SECONDARY SCHOOL
RESOURCES
PREPARING SECONDARY EDUCATORS FOR INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN LIFE FOR HIGH
LEADING GLOBAL STUDENT TRAVEL SCHOOL STUDENTS: A GUIDE TO AMERICAN
KAYLA GATALICA AND JILLIAN FLOOD CULTURE, ADJUSTMENT, AND ENGAGEMENT
New! See description on page 2. ANGELA YANG-HANDY

Digital Download, ©2019, Item 144E N A F S A | A S S O C I AT I O N O F I N T E R N AT I O N A L E D U C AT O R S


This student guide offers tips and insights
INTRODUCTION TO for navigating life in the United States as an
AMERICAN LIFE FOR
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS international high school student. It includes
a helpful table listing different resources
A Guide to American Culture, Adjustment,
and Engagement

that students can turn to for guidance while


in the United States. Students learn more
about diversity and identity in the United

S E C O N DA RY S C H O O L S E R I E S
States, communication with adults, tech-
nology etiquette, and friendship and peer
pressure.
HEALTH AND SAFETY FOR SECONDARY Booklet, ©2018, 36 pages
SCHOOL PROGRAMS ABROAD Pack of 40 (Item 715)
MELISSA BROWN AND SHOSHANNA SUMKA List Price: $56.00 | Member Price: $42.00
Written for secondary school educators, Single Copy (Item 715S)
this digital download focuses on key List Price: $8.00 | Member Price: $6.00
health, safety, and risk management
issues that are involved in developing
international experiences for middle U.S. HIGH SCHOOLS: A CULTURAL GUIDE
school and high school students. It covers FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
essential health and safety information, KARL BRYAN
emergency preparedness efforts, commu-
Intended for international students enrolled
nication, follow-up protocol, and more.
in U.S. high schools, this booklet provides
Digital Download, ©2017, 28 pages, information on U.S. academic expectations
Item 143E and common classroom practices to help set
List Price: $9.99 | Member Price: $7.50 the stage for productive experiences. It
includes practical tips, conversation-starter
questions, and a list of school resources.
INTERNATIONAL PARENTS’ GUIDE TO U.S. HIGH Topics include codes of conduct and plagia-
SCHOOLS: A GUIDE TO SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDY rism, class participation, and extracurricular
JOSHUA CLARK activities.
This booklet is written expressly for the Booklet, ©2018, 36 pages
parents of international high school students
Pack of 40 (Item 705)
studying in the United States. With up-to-date
information on hot topics in U.S. secondary List Price: $56.00 | Member Price: $42.00
education, parents can help their children Single Copy (Item 705S)
make informed decisions and maximize the List Price: $8.00 | Member Price: $6.00
opportunities provided. The guide covers
issues such as educational program options,
predeparture documentation, U.S. academic SECONDARY SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL
culture, and expenses and budgeting. STUDENT GUIDES—SAMPLE PACK OF 3
Booklet, ©2018, 36 pages Includes one copy of each of the three secondary school
­international student and parent guides.
Pack of 40 (Item 710)
List Price: $56.00 | Member Price: $42.00 Item SAMPLES_SS
List Price: $17.00 | Member Price: $13.00
Single Copy (Item 710S)
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COMPREHENSIVE
INTERNATIONALIZATION NAFSA’S INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
SERIES: DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE
INTERNATIONALIZING THE CAMPUS 2018 ACADEMIC COLLABORATIONS
CHARLOTTE WEST
NAFSA: ASSOCIATION OF INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS
New! See description on page 3.
2018 See descriptions on pages 4–5.
Internationalizing PR O FI L ES O F
SUCC ESS AT
CO L L EG ES A N D For past issues, visit www.nafsa.org/itc.
the Campus UN I VERSI T I ES

Book, Digital Download, ©2018, 75 pages INTRODUCTION TO NAFSA’S INTERNATIONAL


Book (ITC2018) PARTNERSHIPS SERIES
List Price: $18.75 | Member Price: $14.00 JANE GATEWOOD, SERIES EDITOR
Digital Download, ©2018, 6 pages, Item 152E
Digital Download (ITC2018E)
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INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP
DYNAMICS AND TYPES
CHAD HOSETH AND SHEHAN THAMPAPILLAI
COMPREHENSIVE AND STRATEGIC Digital Download, ©2018, 22 pages, Item 153E
INTERNATIONALIZATION: LESSONS List Price: $9.99 | Member Price: $7.50
LEARNED AND PROSPECTS
JOHN K. HUDZIK EDUCATIONAL MOBILITY PARTNERSHIPS
Based on the seminal publication KALPEN TRIVEDI
Comprehensive Internationalization: From Digital Download, ©2018, 26 pages, Item 154E
Concept to Action, this new digital download List Price: $9.99 | Member Price: $7.50
examines the lessons learned and the pros-
pect for comprehensive and strategic interna- INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PARTNERSHIPS
tionalization in the future. It discusses issues KIKI CARUSON
of limited versus comprehensive approaches Digital Download, ©2018, 26 pages, Item 155E
to internationalization, challenges of a com- List Price: $9.99 | Member Price: $7.50
prehensive approach, higher education
reforms, and other key considerations. CORPORATE, INDUSTRY, AND
Digital Download, ©2018, 25 pages, Item 162E
NONGOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONAL
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PARTNERSHIP ENGAGEMENT
ALLEN MILLER
Coming spring 2019!
INTERNATIONAL PARTNERSHIP Digital Download, ©2019, Item 156E
DEVELOPMENT TODAY: INSIGHTS AND List Price: $9.99 | Member Price: $7.50
BEST PRACTICES FROM CASE STUDIES
SAROJ SIEGLER QUINN
PARTNERSHIPS FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
JOËL GALLEGOS
In this new resource examining the nature of
Coming spring 2019!
higher education partnership development
Digital Download, ©2019, Item 157E
today, different partnership types are dis-
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cussed and real-life case studies are pre-
sented. Trending factors include institutional COMPREHENSIVE INSTITUTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
internationalization strategies, emphasis on
SHAWN CONNER
quality versus quantity, diversification of
Coming summer 2019!
partnerships, and partnerships in new and
Digital Download, ©2019, Item 158E
emerging markets.
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Digital Download, ©2017, 34 pages, Item 161E
List Price: $4.99 | Member Price: FREE NAFSA’S GUIDE TO INTERNATIONAL
PARTNERSHIPS: DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE
ACADEMIC COLLABORATIONS
EDITED BY JANE GATEWOOD
Coming fall 2019!
Book, ©2019, Item 1610

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EDUCATION ABROAD
FACILITATING EDUCATION ABROAD:
BLUEPRINTS FOR SUCCESSFUL ADVISING MAKING MEANING OF EDUCATION ABROAD:
STACEY HANSEN
A JOURNAL FOR THE RETURNEE EXPERIENCE
Coming April 2019! See description on page 1. CHELSEA KINDRED AND ANGELA MANGINELLI
Digital Download, ©2019, Item 205E This interactive workbook
List Price: $19.99 | Member Price: $14.99 engages returned education
abroad participants in critical
reflection and vocabulary-building
UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH ABROAD: exercises to successfully articu-
APPROACHES, MODELS, AND CHALLENGES late their international experi-
EDITED BY KATE M. PATCH AND LOUIS M. BERENDS ences in academic, community,
Coming fall 2019! See description on page 2. professional, and advocacy
settings. Students participate in
Book, ©2019, Item 2074
self-reflection activities such as
exploring their identities through
EDUCATION ABROAD AND THE UNDERGRADUATE mind-mapping, reframing the
EXPERIENCE: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES narrative, finding their STAR skill
sets, and taking action through
AND APPROACHES TO INTEGRATION WITH
advocacy.
STUDENT LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT
EDITED BY ELIZABETH BREWER AND ANTHONY C. OGDEN
Workbook, ©2018, 68 pages,
FOREWORD BY BRIAN WHALEN ISBN 978-1-942719-20-5
Coming May 2019! See description on page 1. Pack of 10 (Item 1831)
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Copublished with Stylus Publishing, LLC
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PROMOTING INCLUSION IN EDUCATION ABROAD:
A HANDBOOK OF RESEARCH AND PRACTICE FACILITATOR’S GUIDE TO MAKING MEANING
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EXPLORING EDUCATION ABROAD: A GUIDE PLANNING FOR SAFE AND HEALTHY TRAVELS
FOR RACIAL AND ETHNIC MINORITY PARTICIPANTS ABROAD: A GOOD PRACTICES GUIDE FOR STUDENTS
LANITRA M. BERGER DAN HART
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