What we do
The Office of Intercultural Affairs (OIA) develops and implements educational and co-curricular programs designed to heighten cultural awareness, appreciation of cultural diversity, and intercultural understanding for all students. The OIA also provides programs specifically to serve the needs of international students, researchers, and faculty through immigration advising and cultural adjustment programs.
The OIA staff advises more than 750 international students, faculty members, scholars, and their dependents from over 90 countries on matters relating to immigration as well as academic, social, financial, and personal concerns related to daily life in the United States.
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Third Culture Kid/Global Nomad Conference
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Clark University is hosting a conference about Third Culture Kids/Global Nomads and our unique perspective; this conference will take place on Saturday March 16th, 2013. Anyone is welcome to attend including students, faculty and administrators. It will be an all-day conference starting with check in at 10:00am. There will be a series of sessions that address issues important to TCKs on college campuses as well as plenty of time for conference participants to interact and share ideas. Links to the registration form and tentative schedule are below. Please contact Amy Daly Gardner if you have any questions.