Professional Development

The Office of International Education is dedicated to advancing international education and engaging students, faculty, and staff in the global community.

Whether you seek to advise or to lead students on overseas programming, the Office of International Education is your primary destination for resources available to faculty and staff in efforts to further internationalize the UWO experience. 

Professional Development

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CONTACT US

Office of International Education
Dempsey Hall, Room 202
 oie@uwosh.edu
  (920) 424-0775
  (920) 424-0185
Monday through Friday
7:45am - 4:30pm

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RESEARCH AND TOOLS

Print Resources
  • Abroad by Design: Keys to success for any program abroad (Available from Polk Library)
  • Assessing Student Outcomes: Performance Assessment Using the Dimensions of Learning Model (1993; Available from the Office of International Education Resource Library)
  • Assessing Student Outcomes of Internationalization (Available from Polk Library)
  • Assessment of Programs and Services for International Educational Exchange at Post secondary Institutions: Self-Study Guide (Available from Polk Library)
  • Building Better English Language Programs (Available from Polk LibrUW Oshkosh Polk Library)
  • Building Bridges: A Manual on Including People with Disabilities in International Exchange Programs (Available from Polk Library)
  • Do’s and Taboos of Hosting International Visitors (Available from Polk Library)
  • Educating Americans for a World in Flux: Ten Ground Rules for Internationalizing Higher Education (Available from Polk Library)
  • Financial Aid for Study Abroad: A Manual for Advisers and Administrators (Available from Polk Library)
  • Guidelines for College and University Linkages Abroad (Available from the Office of International Education Resource Library)
  • Handbook of Practice & Research in Study Abroad: Higher Education & the Quest for Global Citizenship (available from AAC&U)
  • Internationalization of the Business Curriculum (Available from Polk Library)
  • Internationalizing the Undergraduate Curriculum: A Handbook for Campus Leaders (Available from Polk Library)
  • Short-Term Study Abroad: Integration, Third Culture Formation, and Re-entry (1996; Available from the Office of International Education Resource Library)
  • Towards Transnational Competence: Rethinking International Education (A U.S.-Japan Case Study) (1997) (Available from Polk Library)
  • World Within Reach (A pre-departure orientation resource for exchange and education abroad programs) (video, 1995 plus User’s Guide) (Available from Polk Library)

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