In Conversation . . . with Counseling Professionals and Supporting International Student Well-Being

 In Conversation … at the Center for “Race” Series will explore Counseling Professionals and Supporting International Student Well-Being and will be facilitated by Anne Mongillo (Director of International Student Affairs).

Panelists:
Smita Majumdar Das, Director of the Center of Prevention and Outreach (Stony Brook University), Fernando Krause, Doctoral Student (Adelphi University), Danielle Merolla, Associate Director at of the Center for Prevention and Outreach (Stony Brook University)

International students make significant contributions to the college experience on U.S. campuses, contributing diverse cultural knowledge and helping to foster a global perspective.  Recently, however, their numbers have decreased across the country, as international students face challenges that differ in kind and degree from their domestic peers.  In this session, counseling professionals will speak about how a university community can enhance the experiences of international students to foster positive academic and intercultural outcomes. Panelists will explore a range of factors that make up the international student experience in the United States from academic, intercultural, social and mental health viewpoints, and discuss why the presence and participation of international students is vital for developing internationalization efforts across U.S. higher education.  Finally, we will share strategies to promote international student wellbeing and success in the classroom, including through peer-led initiatives.   

Co-sponsored by International Student Affairs

 

 

In Conversation … at the Center for “Race” Series
In Conversation … at the Center for “Race” is a featured program of roundtable discussions around everyday issues that involve race and social justice, and that directly impact the Hofstra community. The aim is to create a space for conversation --and to bridge the gap--between staff, students, faculty and administrators of all ranks, giving an equal voice to everyone. In Conversation … at the Center for “Race” will take place three times per semester, during common hour, on the second Wednesday of the month: https://www.hofstra.edu/academics/race-culture-social-justice/in-conversation.html

The Center for “Race,” Culture and Social Justice, established at Hofstra University in January 2017, works to promote diversity, inclusiveness and cultural awareness on campus, and features several distinctive research and scholarly programs throughout the academic year.

    

 

Date: Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:25 p.m.

LocationZoom link (no RSVP necessary)https://hofstra.zoom.us/j/99442902438?pwd=M3RybDAyay9rOEYvYmRSZ2ZVM2l6dz09

 

All events are open to the public. For information, please contact the Center for “Race,” Culture and Social Justice at 516-463-6585 or RaceCultureSocialJustice@hofstra.edu.

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

Cost:

Free

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Location:

Hofstra University Virtual Event
Virtual
Offered online
Hempstead, NY 11549-1000


Contact:

Center for “Race,” Culture and Social Justice

Phone: 516-463-6585
Website: Click to Visit

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