Engaging International Students on Campus

Over one million international students and scholars study in the U.S., and the number continues to increase. More than ever, our campuses reflect the diversity of the world’s cultures. How can we engage these cultures on campus? This seminar includes practical advice on welcoming, loving, and reaching international students.

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When Eva Liu Glick joined InterVarsity in 1997, she felt no clear calling to work with international students. But God surprised her with a new passion and led her to cofound an ISM chapter at the University of California, San Diego in 2002. Currently, Eva works to help all InterVarsity chapters engage with international students. She has experienced cross-cultural missions in Mexico, on several urban and global programs, and through her work with ISM.

He is a Dutch native who has studied in Groningen, Netherlands; Salzburg, Austria; and California, USA. He is now an InterVarsity staff member in the Northwest and loves the children’s book Knuffle Bunny Free—a story about losing and sharing.

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