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Foreign Student Affairs

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Title Date Summary
1 Arriving from around the globe: What do foreign exchange students think about UNI?
Rankin--Meghan Christine (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:19, p.4
11/1/2013 Foreign exchange students tend to think highly of UNI. Many students feel very welcome on campus, but wish their were more activities to bridge the gap between international students and locals; photo.
2 News Brief/ Calendar of events- special edition
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
7/6/2005 Schedule of some of the events happening during July at UNI.
3 The right stuff
Campus News Network 2:9, p.4
1/13/1992 Foreign Student Affairs now known as International Services.
4 Sottovoce aids students in learning other cultures
Earney--Alyson (Class of 1990)
Northern Iowan 85:5, p.16
9/13/1988 Group formed to assist international students on campus.
5 How do foreign students stack up in American colleges and universities?
Public Relations News Release 1987:194, p.1
1/5/1988 Linda Jernigan, of the Office of Foreign Student Affairs, analyzes the performance of foreign students when compared against that of native students.
6 Invitation extended to faculty, staff
Northern Iowan 84:25, p.11
11/20/1987 Will hold Christmas dinner for international faculty and students.
7 8th Annual Intercultural Festival at UNI April 2 to feature variety of activities
Public Relations News Release 1987:286, p.1
3/26/1987 The events of the Intercultural Festival included a performance by Arabic folk dancers, a t-shirt decorating contest, a book drive for a Nigerian school, and a speech on world peace by Clark M. Stanley.
8 Guiding international students is not foreign to UNI's Germana Nijim
Public Relations News Release 1986:168, p.1
1/16/1987 The foreign policy advisor, Germana Nijim, summarizes the roles that she must take in helping foreign students feel at home in Iowa. Nijim not only advises students on planning their college careers, but aids them in adjusting to American culture.
9 Seventh annual intercultural festival to be held at UNI Thursday (April 10)
Public Relations News Release 1986:346, p.1
4/7/1986 The event will feature intercultural exhibits, live Chinese music, short films from various countries, slide presentations, panel discussions, dancing and a fashion show.
10 Foreign Student Affairs
Northern Iowan 82:37, p.6
2/21/1986 Holding financial aid meeting.
11 Exchange student praised
Nijim--Germana Portesan (International Services Staff)
Northern Iowan 81:34, p.3
2/12/1985 Points out that Gregg Fishbein is an exchange student in Japan.
12 Says foreign students shouldn't feel isolated
Northern Iowan 80:49, p.2
4/6/1984 Hanne Andersen feels that if foreign students interact with Americans they will feel more accepted.
13 What's up
Northern Iowan 80:48, p.8
4/3/1984 Meetings and activities; Iowa Sociological Association; Happening in the Hemisphere; Christ for UNI.
14 Foreign travel made easier
Northern Iowan 80:21, p.6
11/11/1983 Foreign Student Affairs Office will issue ID cards for international travel.
15 Cultures share crafts, languages in Union
Robst--Elizabeth L. (Class of 1984)
Northern Iowan 78:48, p.13
4/13/1982 Students demonstrate a variety of skills at Intercultural Day; photo.
16 Foreign students get advice, answers
Northern Iowan 77:49, p.1
4/21/1981 Germana Nijim talks about the services of the Foreign Student Affairs Office.
17 International Communication Day in the union
Public Relations News Release 1980:452, p.1
3/26/1981 The Foreign Student Affairs Office will present the Second Annual Intercultural Communication Day with a slide show and speakers.
18 Intercultural Communication Day features lectures, slides
Public Relations News Release 77:43, p.6
3/20/1981 Program for the day includes speakers.
19 Offices change places
Northern Iowan 77:36, p.3
2/24/1981 Veterans Affairs and Foreign Student Affairs change places in Gilchrist and Baker Halls.
20 Tickets still available for UNI International Dinner
Public Relations News Release 1980:185, p.1
10/30/1980 Food from over thirty countries and recipe books will be on display at this years International Food Fair, with tickets still remaining.
21 Foreign Student Affairs Group to Meet in Cedar Falls
Public Relations News Release 1969:91, p.1
10/22/1969 National Association for Foreign Student Affairs conference at Holiday Inn, co-sponsored by UNI Foreign Student Affairs.
22 NAFSA Conference meets at Cedar Falls today
College Eye 63:13, p.5
10/28/1966 Participants in the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs include people from North and South Dakota, Minnesota, Missouri, and Iowa.
23 ISTC to hold benefit auction
Public Relations News Release 1960:243, p.1
3/3/1961 A Benefit Auction is held in the Commons, with proceeds going toward the Foreign Student Fund. Goods and services to be auctioned include a field trip for faculty children and a shirt ironing service.
24 Foreign students to discuss art at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:217, p.1
2/15/1961 Students from Ethiopia, Jordan, Malaya, Sweden, Norway, Nigeria, Kenya, India, Iran, Thailand, and Japan discuss the art of their home countries in the Art Department auditorium. The event is sponsored by Kappa Pi.
25 ISTC foreign student to attend weekend event
Public Relations News Release 1960:194, p.1
1/31/1961 Joe Adair is named the American representative to the Foreign Students Weekend in Des Moines, where eleven foreign Teachers College students will be in attendance. Governor Norman Erbe is to welcome students with a tour of the State House.
26 Foreign students to appear in ISTC UN Convocation
Public Relations News Release 1960:76, p.1
10/17/1960 Foreign students represent their home countries will appear at United Nations Assembly sessions to answer questions from fellow students and faculty. The program is sponsored by the International Affairs Organization, and headed by Professor George Poage.

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