This year we are excited to go to Washington D.C. and meet many of the 10,000 attendees that will be at NAFSA! We hope that we’ll have a chance to meet you so please feel free to schedule a time to meet, drop by our booth P701 or come watch one of our three sessions!
Come stop by our booth P701 to say hi, or better yet, schedule a time to meet with us! The expo hall hours this year are:
If you are interested in scheduling a time to meet, please let us know by making an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, May 31, 8:30 am – 9:30 amThis session will address sexual assault prevention and response tools to help attendees prepare to train their international students. We will provide an overview of how to get students engaged including active bystander training, best practices, leading research and additional resources that attendees can take back to their schools.
Thursday, May 30, 2:30 pm – 3:30 pmThis session will discuss effective strategies to talk about mental health awareness with international students. We will specifically discuss ways to help mitigate stress, bridge cross-cultural challenges, and overcome stigma to empower students to be emotionally and mentally healthy.
Wednesday May 29, 2:30 pm – 3:30 pmThree years ago, creating community was proposed as a way to address safety concerns for education abroad programs. Research presented here identifies the theories and strategies related to creating community. Evidence found through case study identified influential factors to mitigating risk and provided the proof of why creating community works.
We are excited to have a number of our team members at this year’s conference, all of whom can help you navigate your insurance, put together a group proposal, help you with individual options, and share many of the free school resources we have been working on!