SECUSSA

Why Join SECUSSA? (Section on Education of US Students Abroad)
1972

"SECUSSA is the section of NAFSA committed to developing and improving the competence of students abroad advisers". As the newest section of the National Association of  Foreign Students Advisers (NAFSA), the Section on US Students Abroad (...

Collection: Jon V.C. Booth Papers

Format: Miscellaneous

Check List of Questions for Evaluating Programs Abroad
1974

A check list prepared by the Section on US Students abroad (SECUSSA) for students to evaluate the legitimacy of a study abroad program and to assess if it is the right program for their academic interests and needs. It includes information about...

Collection: Jon V.C. Booth Papers

Format: Miscellaneous

"Language Teaching in the Foreign Setting," by David Kaufman
May 1976

This resource paper for the Section on US Student's Abroad (SECUSSA) Professional Day discusses challenges associated with learning a language in a foreign place. The author of the paper also offers advice for scheduling, structuring, and pacing...

Section on US Students Abroad (SECUSSA): Expanding Study Abroad Options
October 1976

The National  Assocation of Foreign Student Advisers' (NAFSA) Section on US Student's Abroad (SECUSSA) October 1976 newsletter focuses on expanding study abroad opportunities to a wider section of the student population. The author discusses the...

Letter from Lily Von Klemperer to Jolene Koester
July 10, 1977

In this handwritten letter from Lily Von Klemperer to Jolene Koester, Lily agrees to head up the Section on US Students Abroad (SECUSSA) task force. The task force creates new publications related to US students studying abroad, determines due...

Original SIN Newsletter: Volume III, Number 1
September 1985

The "Original SIN" (SECUSSA Information Network) newsletter connects all past and present members of SECUSSA and was first published in 1982. This issue discusses plans for future conferences, the agenda for the October team meeting, and reports...

Speech for 1st Lily von Klemperer Award
April 27, 1988

This speech was read at the first presentation of the Lily von Klemperer Award at NAFSA's National Conference in May 1988.  Lily von Klemperer was the first recipient of the award.

Collection: Marvin Slind Papers

Format: Miscellaneous

SECUSSA Statement on AIDS and International Education Issues
Janurary 1989

SECUSSA released this revised statement in January 1898 about the possibility of contracting AIDS while studying abroad. The statement includes suggested criteria about how to improve student awareness as well as prevention techniques.

Memo from Jane Cary on Terrorist Threats in Italy
November 14, 1990

Jane Cary, the Region XI SECUSSA Rep, sends this memo in November 1990 about terrorist threats in Florence, Italy. An Italian revolutionary group threatens to "strike heavily" against American interests in Italy in response to escalation in the...

"On the Purposes of Study Abroad," by William Cressey
August 24, 2004

An email from William Cressey to the members of SECUSSA containing a short piece that he wrote about studying abroad with some thoughts on how to improve the field and the types of questions students should ask themselves when making the decision...

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