March 30, 2005
March 29, 2005
Fellas, hopefully this is an uploaded copy of the interview questions for Beth.
1. see if you can read it
2. if so, please revise and comment as necessary
March 28, 2005
Below is a preliminary Bibliography for our case study. I'm still in the process of retrieving documents.
Clinton, Philip. (1993) Recruiting International Students; a Counselor's View. "The Journal of College Admissions, 138, 5.
McMurtrie, Beth. (2005) American Universities Step Up Their Sales Pitch Overseas. "Chronicle of Higher Education", v.51, 23.
Evelyn, J. (2005) Community College Go Globe-Trotting. Chronicle of Higher Education, v. 51, 23.
Darrup-Boychuck,C. (2001) Impact of SEVIS On The US Admissions Office. "International Educator", v.11, 4.
Darrup-Boychuck,C.(2001) Trends and TEchnique in International Student Enrollments. "Community College Journal", v.71, 4.
.(1999) Demand for Degrees Outstrips Supply. "Times Higher Education Supplement, 1376.
. The Recruiting Scenes on Campus. "Journal of Career Planning and Employment, v. 62, 2.
. Schools Look to SEVIS Refund to Boost International Enrollment. "REcruitment and REtention in Higher Education, v.18, 12.
Peterson, D.M. et, al., (1999)Contributions of International Students & Programs to Campus Diversity. "New Directions for Student Services", 86.
Questions for Beth
1. There appears to be a big change in the institutional international
"plan" at the U of M. Why is this? (Then, as a probing question- Is this
related to the 'strategic positioning'?)
2. Please tell us about the push for international student recruitment.
How long has it been going on? Why is it in place?
3. What type of recruitment techniques are being used by the U of M to
enroll international students? In particularily, what type of techniques
are used to recruit students from Japan?
March 22, 2005
Matt & Aaron
This is a blog I created specifically for our mini - Case Study. We can use it to communicate, and most importantly as a central place to store our documents, files, etc...
Make some posts and dig around the blog a bit!