Learning Abroad Center

Session Presentations 2016

Session Presentations

 

Research on the Impact of Study Abroad on Career Skill Development

  • Christine Anderson, Learning Abroad, University of Minnesota 
  • Sophie Gladding, University of Minnesota

From Access to Impact:  Diversity and Inclusion in Career-Focused Study Abroad

  • Margaret McCullers, Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA)

Students in a Nutshell:  How to Use e-Portfolios to Market Campus and International Experience for Career Development

  • Angela Manginelli, American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)
  • Ann Hubbard, American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)
  • Evangeline Stefanakis, Boston University

Short Term, Long Impact:  Articulating the Skills and Value of Short-Term Study Abroad

  • Martha Johnson, Learning Abroad, University of Minnesota

Career Development & the Minnesota Studies International Development (MSID) Program Model

  • Dr. Mohamud Jama, On-Site Program Director, MSID Kenya 
  • Antonia Lortis, Learning Abroad Center, University of Minnesota

Fit or Skills?  How Employers Really Hire, and Why it Matters

  • Mark Lenhart, CET Academic Programs 
  • Erica Tealey, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota 
  • Jill Cheng, Cheng & Tsui

Where Are They Now? (And How Did They Get There!?) Deploying Alumni to Employ Language Students

  • Allegra O'Donoghue, CET Academic Programs 
  • Jason Wang, CET Academic Programs

Learning to Talk the Talk: Articulating Your Study Abroad Experience

  • Craig Kench, CAPA The Global Education Network
  • Kirsten Canterbury, Carlson Global Institute, University of Minnesota

Re-Entry:  Holistic Integration Back into the University Community & Beyond

  • Jonathan Schlesinger, Hiatt Career Center, Brandeis University 
  • Andrea B. Dine, Hiatt Career Center, Brandeis University 
  • J. Scott Van Der Meid, Study Abroad, Brandeis University

La Nouvelle-France: Creating Non-Traditional & Career Relevant Programs in a "Traditional" Location

  • Martha Johnson, Learning Abroad, University of Minnesota 
  • Mme Francoise Chaton, Language & Culture in Southern France, University of Minnesota