(BLOOMINGTON) – The Bloomington Professional Council’s annual spring forum will take place from noon to 1 p.m. April 5 in the Global and International Studies Building’s auditorium.
The forum will focus on the effects that recent immigration policy changes have had on Indiana University.
The speaker is Lorenda “Rendy” Schrader, the director of student and scholar advising in the Office of International Services, who previously worked for the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs in Washington, D.C.
Schrader has worked in the field of international education for 28 years.
After completing degrees in political science and French from Indiana University, she moved to Washington, D.C., where she worked at the National Association for Foreign Student Affairs for 16 years. When her twins were born, the family moved back home to Indiana, where they intend to stay.
At IU, she has worked for the Center for International Education and Development Assistance (placing mid-career African nationals in short-term internships), the Career Development Center (designing services for international students seeking employment), and the Office of International Services.
You can register to attend online.