Our webinar on October 1, 2020 was a panel of university representatives sharing their advice for international students on how to prepare for and transition to US colleges and get the most out of on-campus support services. Click the video below to watch the recording.
- What you can expect as you enter the US
- What types of support does the university offer you
- What has changed in 2020
- Jenny Bowen, Director, International Student Advising, Indiana University
- Lindsay Pepper, Assistant Director, International Student and Scholar Services and Outreach, Appalachian State University
- Stephanie Sieggreen, Director of International Recruitment, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
This webinar is the third in EdAgree’s Global Education Series. Click to view the past webinar below:
- US-Bound International Undergraduates: COVID-19, Policy, Uncertainty – Q&A
- Student Immigration to United States – Requirements, Processes and Updates with Live Q&A
More about the speakers:
Jenny Bowen, Director, International Student Advising, Indiana University
Jenny has worked for the Office of International Services since September 1996. She earned her bachelor’s (Germanic studies, political science) and master’s (West European studies) degrees at Indiana University. Jenny is active in NAFSA: Association of International Educators, serving in various regional and national leadership roles.
Lindsay Pepper, Assistant Director, International Student and Scholar Services and Outreach, Appalachian State University
Lindsay has worked in the Office of International Education and Development since 2015. She earned dual bachelor degrees in French and International Studies from Wittenberg University, and she earned her Master’s in International Studies from University of Oregon. Lindsay currently serves as a member of the ISS RP EVP Subcommittee as well as Trainer Corps through NAFSA: Association for International Educators.
Stephanie Sieggreen, Director of International Recruitment, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Stephanie has over 15 years of experience either studying, living or working in three different continents encompassing all facets of international education. Having gained a graduate assistantship and earning an MBA with a concentration in Economics from Saginaw Valley State University has been well served when assisting students with global educational interests