Recruit and Retain for International Student Success
International student success doesn’t just happen. Studying abroad is rife with challenges and uncertainties. During the Thursday Keynote address, Tina Quick helped us see the exchange experience through our students’ eyes. She presented practices for retaining and supporting international students so they don’t just survive but thrive in their home away from home.
Tina Quick, often referred to as the “Transitions Expert,” is the author of Survive and Thrive: The International Student’s Guide to Succeeding in the U.S. and The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition. She is a cross-cultural trainer and international speaker who works closely with international schools, colleges and universities around the world. She is an adult Third Culture Kid (TCK) who has made 29 life transitions and has raised her own three TCK daughters across four cultures and continents. She is the founder of International Family Transitions, a consultancy that aims to, among other things, recognize and bring to the forefront issues facing students in global transition.