In this Issue:

Welcome New Members:

The Forum welcomes the following institutional members committed to Standards of Good Practice:
 
Simon Fraser University

University of Indianapolis

For more information on joining the Forum, visit: http://www.forumea.org/
memberservices.cfm

Dates and Deadlines

Friday, June 14
Forum Council election opens
 
Thursday, June 20
Standards of Good Practice Institute in Santa Barbara, CA: Beyond the Basics of Health, Safety, Security and Risk Management
 
Friday, June 28
Forum Council election closes
 
Monday, July 1
Undergraduate Research Award nominations are due

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Forum Council Election

Election of five new members to the Forum Council will open Friday, June 14. All Forum member Institutional Representatives will receive an email ballot. The Forum Council Nominations Committee thanks all of the colleagues who submitted their names for consideration, and is pleased to announce that the following candidates have been placed on the slate:
  • Brett Berquist (Michigan State University)
  • Laurie Black (SIT)
  • Gabriele Bosley (Bellarmine University)
  • Andrea Custodi (The Alliance for Global Education)
  • Nick Gozik (Boston College)
  • Anne Haberkern (Portland Community College)
  • Megan Leff (IES Abroad)
  • Mark Lenhart (CET Academic Programs)
  • Mark Odenwelder (CEDEI)
To learn more about the candidates, read their statements at http://www.forumea.org/whoweare-forumcouncil.cfm.
 
Voting closes June 28, and results will be announced the following week.




Forum Invited to State Department Event

Forum President and CEO Brian Whalen will be speaking at the 4th annual EducationUSA Forum in Washington D.C. from June 26-28, 2013. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the EducationUSA Forum will bring together 500 college and university recruitment and admissions professionals with almost 60 EducationUSA regional educational experts and advisers from around the world. The annual forum offers practical strategies to help internationalize U.S. campuses, and workshop sessions provide unique and valuable information on recruiting and enrolling international students.
 
For more information and to read the press release, click here.




Session Spotlight: Standards Institute on Health, Safety, Security and Risk Management

This year’s Institute promises new presenters and new topics for consideration by those concerned with issues of health, safety, security and risk management specific to education abroad. As in previous years, the Institute offers practical strategies and resources at an advanced level, and many of these sessions will be provided by experts in other fields.
 
Three Staff Training Activities
Shana Tarter (NOLS Wilderness Medicine Institute)
This workshop will provide you with three staff training activities you can utilize during trainings, meetings, and program briefings. The risk management oriented activities include values clarification, change blindness and reverse planning. Each activity takes approximately 30-45 minutes. In addition to demonstrating the activities, we will review tips on effective activity facilitation.
 
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