Education Abroad (EA)

Workshops

Student Health and Safety Abroad - (WS13)

Monday, May 28
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: PCC, Room 116

Member Fee: $299.00 | Non-member Fee: $429.00 | Student Pricing: $99.00

As student populations abroad diversify, advisers must take preventative measures to ensure students’ well-being. This ranges from managing mental health needs to supporting students with disabilities. Prepare for and respond to health and safety situations while empowering students to take charge of their own health and safety abroad.

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Jennifer Evanuik Baird, M.Ed.

Director, Global Internship Program and International Plan
Georgia Institute of Technology Office of International Education
Atlanta, GA

Jennifer Evanuik Baird is currently the Director of the Global Internship Program and the International Plan at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA. She is also a member of NAFSA's WIVRA subcommittee and TrainerCorps. Over her career, Jennifer has managed many aspects of education abroad, including overseas internships, academic exchange programs, and integrating global education into the curriculum (particularly in the STEM fields). She is also an experienced facilitator of intercultural communication training workshops and has taught courses on intercultural communication and doing business in other cultures. Jennifer holds a B.S. in French and International Business from the Pennsylvania State University and an M.Ed. in Social and Comparative Analysis in Education from the University of Pittsburgh.

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Lorie Johns Paulez, M.A.

Director of Education Abroad
Georgia Institute of Technology Office of International Education
Atlanta, GA

Lorie Johns Páulez is the Director of Education Abroad at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia. She has worked in international education since 2000 for organizations and institutions in the US and in Spain. Her experience includes education abroad policies and procedures, sending STEM students abroad, program development, recruitment and marketing, on-site program management, education abroad advising, health and safety, management of the education abroad office, campus programming, and intercultural communication training. Lorie has presented sessions and workshops at regional and national conferences, and has served in various advisory roles related to sending students overseas. She is currently a member of NAFSA Trainer Corps and a Member of the EAKC Subcommittee on Diversity and Inclusion in Education Abroad.

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Kathleen DeGuzman

Associate Director, Education Abroad
Dickinson College
Carlisle, PA

Katie DeGuzman is the Associate Director for Education Abroad at Dickinson College where she supervises the education abroad team, provides leadership regarding education abroad policies, procedures and best practices, and advises students on all aspects of education abroad participation. She works closely with the Associate Provost and faculty to develop and administer a portfolio of short and long-term study abroad options as well as assisting in the monitoring and evaluating of study abroad programs.

Katie earned a Bachelor of Art’s degree in Anthropology/Archaeology and Classical Humanities from the University of Maryland, where she studied abroad in England and Israel. Katie holds a Master’s Degree in Student Personnel in Higher Education from the University of Florida and entered the field of International Education in 2005 as a graduate student working in International Programs at the College of Business. While in graduate school, she worked for Suffolk University in Madrid as a summer intern. After graduation, Katie became the Coordinator of International Education at Santa Fe College, where she ran a one-person office and subsequently joined the Education Abroad team at the University of Tampa. Most recently she worked at the University of Central Florida in Orlando where she coordinated all aspects of short-term study abroad programs for a university of 63,000 students. Katie has completed the NAFSA Academy program, is an IDI Administrator, a member of NAFSA’s Trainer Corps, a Fulbright grantee to Korea and a member of the EAKC Diversity and Inclusion Education Abroad Subcommittee.

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Angie V. Edwards, M.S. in Edu. Admin.

Director, Pulliam Center for Int'l Education
Queens University of Charlotte
Charlotte, NC

Angie Edwards is the Director of the Myrta Pulliam Center for International Education at Queens University of Charlotte. In this role she oversees international student services, international partnerships, campus programming, and education abroad including a robust faculty-led study abroad program through which approximately 78% of Queens students study abroad. Prior to joining Queens, she worked at Winthrop University, Colorado College, and Texas A&M. She has experience working with international admissions, international student life, global living-learning communities, student activities, volunteer and social justice programs. She has a background in student affairs administration and professional interest in cross-cultural communication and cultural adjustment theory.

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