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  1. Dilemmas and Coping Strategies of Chinese International Students’ Mental Health Problems: The Parents’ Perspectives

    Dilemmas and Coping Strategies of Chinese International Students’ Mental Health Problems: The Parents’ Perspectives

    2021-02-12 16:16:32 | Open Access Publications | Contributor(s): Lan Jin, Lalatendu Acharya

    This study engages with the parents of CISs to identify their dilemmas and coping strategies employed to discuss depression with their children studying in United States.

  2. Using "Big Data" Approaches to Better Understand the International Student Experience

    Using "Big Data" Approaches to Better Understand the International Student Experience

    2019-02-08 01:32:14 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve, Lisa Lambert Snodgrass

    This peer reviewed "Creative Methods" mini-presentation was given at the 2018 IUPUI Assessment Institute. It discusses using value system clustering to better understand the complexity of the international student experience on US campuses.

  3. Kyongson Park on Academic and Social Integration of International Students

    Kyongson Park on Academic and Social Integration of International Students

    2019-02-06 15:27:13 | Presentations | Contributor(s): Kyongson Park

    Join us for Kyongson Park's presentation of her work funded by the 2018 CILMAR minigrant program

  4. Belongingness and Acculturation During the First Year at Purdue

    Belongingness and Acculturation During the First Year at Purdue

    2019-02-06 14:18:17 | Reports/White Papers | Contributor(s): Katherine N. Yngve

    This report details outcomes of a focus-group study designed to compare the first-year acculturation experience of international and domestic students, and the different methods they use to begin to accrue "belongingness" at a research one institution.