U.S. Campus Culture
Curious about studying in the U.S.? Already accepted and starting to pack? Either way, this EducationUSA Interactive is for you!
- Campus safety
- Classroom Expectations: Academic Integrity and Plagiarism; Critical Thinking; Academic Writing
- Extracurricular activities and volunteering
- Dorm Life and Social Life
Hosted by Alfred Boll of the U.S. Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs and featuring U.S. higher education experts and international students.
Meet the panel:
Shaun is an international student from Singapore who studied at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, and just graduated a month ago. He majored in International and Area Studies, specializing in conflict and democracy in East Africa. While on campus, his extracurricular activities included performance (“slam”) poetry and being a member of a fraternity.
Emily Markham is Assistant Director of Global Engagement at La Roche College in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In this role, she leads and supports various international education initiatives and campus programming efforts designed to build connections between scholars on campus and with the greater Pittsburgh community.
Alina Pak is an international student from Moscow and moved to the U.S. to attend Duke University, where she is a rising senior. On campus, Alina is a member of the Model UN team and a student life programming committee. Her interests include international relations and traveling.
Michael Wilhelm is the Associate Vice Chancellor of International Programs at University of North Carolina, Wilmington (UNCW), and is directly responsible for Education Abroad, International Student and Scholar Services and the CEA-Accredited English as a Second Language program. As the Senior International Officer, Michael leads campus-wide international student recruitment efforts, globalization of the curriculum and faculty training, international grants and support for international activities.