Low Budget Solutions for High Impact Results: Strategies for Improving Access
How can the field of education abroad address the needs of Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), and Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) as they strive to increase study abroad participation? How can one-person offices improve study abroad recruitment efforts? How does one find resources that specifically address the needs of MSIs, HBCUs, and TCUs as they engage in global education? The Forum on Education Abroad convened a working group specifically to address these questions. In this session, presenters will discuss the working group’s charge, progress, what was learned, as well as examples from two institutions that have approached these issues.
Natalie Mello, The Forum on Education Abroad
Evadean Myers, Prairie View A&M University
Leslyn Tonge, University of the Virgin Islands