By helping international students develop better expectations of what they will experience during their first year at a U.S. campus, we can help them better manage cross-cultural adjustment challenges so they function as healthy and happy students whose English and social skills continuously develop as they succeed academically and professionally.
Join the webinar and learn about how online cultural training is applied in U.S. universities. Hope to see you Wednesday online. ~ Tara
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Welcome & Introduction Video: Dr. Tara Madden-Dent
Welcome to my blog.
I prepare international students, faculty, expatriates, and their families to successfully transition and adjust in the United States. My Ph.D. specializes in international education and this blog exists to help others relocating to the United States of America.