December 15, 2021
Our #intled #livechat answers three questions: Will in-person conferences become the norm again? What have you learned coming out of AIRC? And can/should US unis simplify their admissions processes?
November 3, 2021
Our #intled #livechat answers 3 questions: How should you approach Gen Z in recruitment? Which countries are exempt from vaccination requirement? And how can your campus help new intl students adjust?
October 6, 2021
Our #intled #livechat answers 3 questions: What will make or break strategic plans? Will test-optional impact grad admissions? And can internationalization be mandated by governments?
September 29, 2021
Our #intled #livechat answers 3 questions: What do admissions leaders think? How important are student outcomes? And what matters in testing for intl students?
July 21, 2021
Our #intled #livechat answers three questions: Is this Chinese student lawsuit political theater? Will Hope College's "Hope Forward" work? And should rankings remove testing data from criteria?
October 14, 2020
Our #Intled #livechat starts now! Today we answer 3 questions: How long are student visas in other countries? Are perceived barriers the biggest problem for the U.S.? And is your test-optional policy confusing?
September 16, 2020
Our #Intled #livechat starts now! Today we answer 3 questions: what is essential in Intl student communications? How are colleges successfully enrolling intl students? And has standardized testing become irrelevant?
June 24, 2020
Our #IntlEd #LiveChat starts now! Today we answer 3 questions we are asking: can the US still compete with post-study work? Is your institution thinking long-term? And will test-optional last beyond next year?
June 10, 2020
#IntlEd friends, join me at 1pm ET today to answer 3 questions: Will GOP support of OPT and the visa process work? What are practical solutions for US unis? And will the test-optional band wagon roll on?
May 27, 2020
#IntlEd colleagues our #LiveChat starts now! Today here are the 3 questions we’re asking: what will the cost be? What should colleges do? And do standardized tests matter any more?