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Student Affairs Webinars
Our staff in the IES Abroad Dean of Students Office and other experts in the field discuss student health and safety, as well as how we help meet the unique needs of our students abroad.
My Student Did What?! Managing Student Conduct Abroad
This webinar provides participants with the core tenets of managing student behavior while abroad, including basic student conduct philosophy, institutional differences in managing student conduct, due process, and setting expectations during COVID-19.
Evaluating Student Health Insurance Policies for Study Abroad
Stephanie Rock, Associate Dean of Students at IES Abroad and Emily Davis, Account Executive at Cultural Insurance Services International (CISI) discuss tools for evaluating international student health and evacuation insurance policies for students studying abroad.
Neurodiversity Among College Students Studying Abroad
Dr. Matthew Rader, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students for IES Abroad, and Dr. Jeff Kulley, who has over 25 years of experience as a clinician and administrator in university counseling centers, discuss how to best assist neurodiverse students during predeparture as well as onsite in the study abroad environment.
Assisting Students with Disabilities on Study Abroad Programs
During this presentation by Matthew Rader, Ed.D and Irene Scott, M.A. discuss how study abroad staff can make sure they are providing reasonable accommodations for study abroad students with disabilities.
Navigating Visas Through COVID and Beyond
In this webinar, our Global Enrollment Management (GEM) team shares how IES Abroad is navigating the current climate of changing visa and entry requirements, providing insight into how these changes are impacting decisions about future programming.
Join our Centers abroad as they help us learn about and explore local culture.
Tortilla Cooking Class
Pep Inglés, tortilla aficionado and IES Barcelona instructor, will take you step-by-step through the process of preparing this delicious dish, from peeling the potatoes to the art of flipping the omelette.
Argentina's Wine Country... Malbec & Beyond
Learn about the main wine regions (Cuyo and Patagonia) and the different grapes of Argentina, including the iconic Malbec. This event will guide you through tasting of three wines: a Torrontes, a Bonarda and a Malbecs.
Milanese Fashion Tips for a Post-COVID World
Personal stylist Angela Bianchi offers a crash course in fashion (Milanese style!) to learn some tips and tricks for cultivating a flattering professional image guaranteed to impress.
Berlin Pop Culture- From Music & Beyond
Drawing from our popular German Pop Culture class, this lecture provides and overview on topical phenomena and trends in German popular culture. It introduces and analyzes different formats and media, such as German rap music, cinema, TV-series, and theatre.
The Infinite Story of Ancient Roman Marble
IES Abroad Rome Center Director and archeologist, Dott. Gianni Ponti, uses marble as a through line to explore the historical wonders of ancient and modern Rome. By taking examples from his personal excavation work as an archaeologist, Dott. Ponti will examine the path that marble takes from quarry to masterpiece.
Contemporary Trends in Visual Marketing (Milan's Fashion Quadrangle)
Our Milan staff share a virtual tour of Milan's high-end shopping district and a discussion of visual merchandising strategies to help them identify the current visual merchandising trends employed by fashion and luxury brands.
Paris's African & African American Roots: An Enriching Impact on Art and Culture
Paris would never be the Paris of today without the cultural influence and contributions of African and African-American visual artists, writers and musicians. Learn about the Goutte d’Or, just to the east of Montmartre, and its many and enduring ties with North and Sub-Saharan Africa.