NAFSA members discuss successful advising approaches, their professional development highlights, and more.
The pandemic squeezed professional development opportunities for international educators. It also opened up new opportunities—and leaders should frame additional responsibilities as preparation for the postpandemic world.
Four areas of professional development—many of them low cost or free—can help international educators expand their knowledge and contribute to a strong international education community.
Networking, mentoring, and learning from peers are all elements that play an important role in professional and career development.
Professional development opportunities prove to be wise investments for staff, their institutions, and the field of international education.