Dr. Dongbin Kim to lead first "Faculty Work In Progress" colloquium
As part of the "Faculty Work in Progress" series on internationally-oriented scholarship in the College, Dr. Kim will share her presentation "Understanding Chinese International Students: What They Expect from American Higher Education Institutions".
All are invited to attend the first colloquium of the "Faculty Work in Progress" series sponsored by the Office of International Studies in Education and featuring internationally-oriented scholarship in the College of Education. Dr. Dongbin Kim, associate professor of Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education, will be presenting work she has underway related to the choices international students make about studying in U.S. colleges and universities. Focusing on Chinese international students, this presentation will discuss international students’ college choice process, namely a three-staged process of whether to study abroad, in which country, and at which higher education institution.
The colloquia will take place on Tuesday, October 18, 2016 from 12:00-1:30 pm in Erickson Hall, Room 116H.
Prof. Lynn Paine, Assistant Dean, International Studies in Education, describes the colloquia series as "a terrific space to learn about research that colleagues are conducting, to get feedback on work, and to spark possibilities for seeing places for intersecting interests, questions, and research approaches".
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