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International collaboration

Launched in November 2017 at Oklahoma State University and the University of Science and Technology Beijing, the Joint Center for Student Affairs Research and Professional Practice promotes international collaboration that advances both research and practice in the field of student affairs. 
Joint Center members

Objectives: 

  • Conduct collaborative scholarly research
  • Organize international internships
  • Host the International Symposium on Student Affairs
  • Provide workshops and seminars on international education in China
  • Host visiting scholars
  • Offer study abroad opportunities
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What we offer

Research Fellow Program

This three- to six-month program provides residential fellowships and research and professional development opportunities to visiting scholars. To be eligible, candidates must be in or have earned a PhD program or earned a PhD in the fields of education, higher education or student affairs. Extensive professional experience in the field of student affairs is also required.

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International Symposium on Student Affairs

This one-week program provides Chinese higher education senior administrators and student affairs practitioners the opportunity to study the American model of student affairs in higher education through lectures, discussions and small-group tours. 

 

For more information, contact Dr. Vivian Wang.

Lecture Series

The Global Perspectives on Higher Education and Student Affairs Lecture Series brings international scholars and senior practitioners to OSU. The series promotes understanding of the student affairs profession within the global context.

 

Details about future lecture series coming soon.

Internship Program

The joint center develops, supports and identifies funding opportunities for internships abroad.


Contact us
Rachel Mozingo

“What I loved most about my internship was that it was experiential and true to our coursework-- theory to practice. The personal and professional skills I learned and utilized are ones that I still use to this day in my position at the University of South Carolina. I am thankful for my fellow faculty who supported me through every step.”

- Rachel Mozingo
Residence Life Coordinator, University of South Carolina
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