International Education Leadership (IEL)

Sessions

Internationalize your Campus through the Fulbright Program

Wednesday, October 16
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
Location: Sheridan

Global partnerships are a key part of advancing institutional internationalization and creating opportunities for faculty to connect with their peers abroad. Fulbright Program representatives and U.S. institutional hosts will provide an overview of how the U.S. State Department-sponsored Scholar-in-Residence Program, Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Program and the Outreach Lecturing Fund advance institutional internationalization agendas, sharing insights and best practices that can be applied by other campuses seeking to strengthen their global engagement. 



Learning Objectives:

Sarah Causer

Outreach & Recruitment Specialist Fulbright Scholar Program
The Institute of International Education

Sarah Causer is an Outreach and Recruitment Specialist at the Institute of International Education (IIE). She primarily conducts outreach and recruitment activities for a variety of programs including the U.S. Department of State's Fulbright Scholar Program. In this role, she serves as the lead for international engagement. This includes leading outreach for a variety of small administrative and institutional programs within the Fulbright Program. These include the International Education Administrator Seminars (IEA), Fulbright Outreach Lecturing Fund (OLF), Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Program (SIR), and the Fulbright Arctic Initiative.

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Amanda Enriquez, Master of Arts

Intercultural Program Manager
Northwest College

Amanda Enriquez is the Intercultural Program Manager at Northwest College in Powell, WY. In her role, Amanda oversees the recruiting and admissions process for all international students as well as the the international student academic and immigration advising. Amanda also works to plan and coordinate international retention activities, and helps with the planning and execution of various intercultural programs. She is a co-adviser to the Multicultural Club, co-chair of the Intercultural House Committee, and chair of the Internationalization Committee. Amanda has lived and traveled extensively abroad and has received her Master of Arts in Education from the University of Wyoming.

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