News From The Field

The Glavin Office of International Education is proud to share the contributions of our staff to the fields of multicultural and international education in 2017–2018.


Dunnett, S. C. & Reza, A. (2018). “International Education in a Difficult and Uncertain U.S. Political Environment.” Featured article in World Education News & Reviews, 31 (10).

Elliot, T.L., Romito, L. (2018). “Talking Religion: Religious Diversity in Study Abroad Advising..” Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad, Vol. XXX, Issue 1, (January 2018): pp. 1-7.

Campanella, L., Canterucci, G., LaCroix, S., Romito, L., Sosnowski, D. (2017). “A Mutual Goal: Leveraging Education Abroad to Maximize Career Opportunities..” Career Integration: Reviewing the Impact of Experience Abroad on Employment, No 2. 65.

Chin, B. (2017, May). “Gender Non-Conforming Student Studying Abroad in South Korea.” Publication in the Rainbow SIG Newsletter.

Reza, A. (2017, February 3). Is College Worth It? Expert respondent on


Beaudin, E., Graham, R., Nesbeda, A. (2018, April). “International Travel Workshop: Preparing Faculty, Administrators, and Trip Leaders to Lead Students Through the Storm.” Workshop at Boston Area Study Abroad Association (BASAA) Spring Conference, Boston, MA. Voted Best of BASAA 2018

McNair, L. (2018, March). “Gender Beyond the Binary: Leadership and Identity to Create a More Inclusive Campus.” Presentation at New York 6 Conference, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY.

Reza, A. (2017). Entrepreneurial Thought & Action: Educating Entrepreneurial Leaders to create social & economic value. Speaker at the Global Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education Conference, Shaoshan, Hunan, China.

Reza, A. (2017). Global Learning: Beyond Study Abroad. Panelist on Association of American Colleges & Universities Webinar.

Reza, A. (2017). “Difficult conversations in response to critical incidents.” Panelist at Diversity Matters faculty & staff dialogue, Babson College, Wellesley, MA.

Reza, A. (2017). ACE Internationalization Lab Webinar. Intersection of Internationalization and Multicultural Education.

Dunnett, S. & Reza, A. (2017). “Campus Perspectives on the Changing Political Climate.” Panel Presentation at World Education Services Seminar, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

Reza, A., Pinder, A., & Van Der Meid, S. (2017). Supporting Intercultural Learning: Challenges & Opportunities for Senior Leadership. Presentation at the Boston Intercultural Skills Conference, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA.

Nicosia, N. (2017, November). “Best Practices for J Program Administration.” Presentation at NAFSA Region XI Conference, Bretton Woods, NH.

Wiley, A. (2017, November). “From AACSB to Generation Z: EA Advising for Business Students.” Presentation at NAFSA Region XI Conference, Bretton Woods, NH.

Chin, B. (2017, September). “Advising Students of Color in Education Abroad.” Presentation at Diversity Abroad Webinar.

Chin, B. (2017, June). “All T All Shade: Drag 101.” Presentation at Community Learning Day, Babson College, Babson Park, MA.

Chin, B. (2017, May). “Invisible Identities Abroad: Supporting Mental, Physical, and Learning Needs.” Presentation at NAFSA Annual Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Reza, A. & Romito, L. (2017, April). “Multi Destination Study Abroad Programs.” Presentation at Quinnipiac University Faculty Training Seminar, North Haven, CT.

Wiley, A. (2017, April). “Pathways to Success: Support Structures for High-Financial Need Students.” Presentation at Diversity Abroad Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Kendrioski, J. (2017, March). “Advice for International Student and Scholar Entrepreneurs.” Presentation at NAFSA Region XI Spring Immigration Workshop, Wellesley, MA.

Professional Associations

Nesbeda, A. (2018, February). Break-Out Session Coordinator for Lessons from Abroad New England Returnee Conference, Northeastern University, Boston, MA.

Nicosia, N. (2017, March). Participant at NAFSA Advocacy Day, Washington, DC.

Kendrioski, J., Nicosia, N. (2017, March). Co-hosted NAFSA Region XI Spring Immigration Workshop for 250 immigration advising professionals.

Nesbeda, A. (2017, February). Career Development Coordinator for Lessons from Abroad New England Returnee Conference, Bridgewater State University, Bridgewater, MA.