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From Surviving to Thriving: Ensuring that We Support the Whole International Student

March 19 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Photograph of Dr. Rajika Bhandari standing against a brick wall, smiling at the cameara with a red necklace.

A Folger Library Salon Event with author and scholar Dr. Rajika Bhandari

Tuesday, March 19th from 6:00-7:30 pm  – Lynch Room – Folger Library

Book signing, raffle and refreshments to follow.

Book Cover of America Calling



Rajika Bhandari, Ph.D., is a scholar-practitioner in international higher education, author of the award-winning book, America Calling: A Foreign Student in a Country of Possibility, (a CITL book discussion title) and the host of the World Wise podcast on education, culture, and migration. Dr. Bhandari’s work has spanned the nonprofit, private and higher education sectors and 22 countries. Quoted frequently in the global press, she is also a widely published author and speaker on issues of international students and international education; the global competition for talent; skilled immigrants; and educational and cultural diplomacy. 


Dr. Bhandari will share her extensive experience as an international higher education expert and her personal and professional insights on attracting international students; serving and aligning their needs with campus diversity and inclusion efforts; and positioning them for success.

Visit The Salon Series Web Page






This Fogler Library Salon Event supported in part by a grant from the Cultural Affairs/Distinguished Lecture Series Fund, by generous contributions from Fogler Library donors, and the following co-sponsors: CITL (Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning), SPIA (School of Policy and International Affairs) , OIP (Office of International Programs), and the Honors College.



March 19
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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