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International Conference Presentations 

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  1. Perozzi, B., Schreiber, B., Luescher, T. & Bardill Moscaritolo, L. (2021). Results from a Global Study on the Impact of COVID-19 on international students. NASPA International Symposium, Virtual Conference, Washington, USA. 23 March. Recording link to follow.

  2. Perozzi, B., Schreiber, B., Luescher, T. & Bardill Moscaritolo, L. (2021). Results from a Global Study on the Impact of COVID-19 on support and development at Higher Education. NASPA Annual Conference, Virtual Conference, Washington, USA. 19 March. Recording link to follow.

  3. Schreiber, B., Luescher, T., Bardill Moscaritolo, L. & Perozzi, B. (2021). ACPA – IASAS WEBINAR SERIES: Covid-19 impact on Student Affairs across the globe: towards a heuristic model of Student Affairs and Services

  4. Schreiber, B., Luescher, T., Bardill Moscaritolo, L. & Perozzi, B. (2021). Renegotiating Learning: Sustainable Education, Resilient Provision and Continued Engagement in the Face of Crisis. 2nd   Scuola Democratica Conference, Italy. Online presentation of the paper in preparation for a chapter in the book.

  5. Schreiber, B., Luescher, T., Bardill Moscaritolo, L. & Perozzi, B. (2020). Covid-19’s impact on students, staff, and institutions: what does it mean for our development? Experiential Education Conference, Cape Town, November. See video recording of a conference presentation at  https://www.drbirgitschreiber.com/video named Schreiber et al Covid-19 and SAS SUEEC Nov 2020

  6. Schreiber, B., Luescher, T., Bardill Moscaritolo, L. & Perozzi, B. (2020). Covid-19’s impact on students, staff, and institutions: what does it mean for our development? Experiential Education Conference, Cape Town, November. See video recording of a conference presentation at  https://www.drbirgitschreiber.com/video named Schreiber et al Covid-19 and SAS SUEEC Nov 2020

  7. Luescher, T. & Schreiber, B. (2020). The impact of Covid-19 on different student groups. Human Science Research Council, Cape Town, June.

  8. Mashiapata, M. J. & Schreiber, B. (2018). SDG 3: Good Health & Wellbeing in Africa. Global Summit of Student Affairs and Services, Chile, Santiago, October.

  9. Coleman, L.; France, M.; Schreiber, B.; Moja, T. (2018).  Advancing Campus-based Diversity and Inclusion Agendas from an intersectional approach through partnerships between the academic and administrative student affairs: opportunities, challenges and success. 2018 WERA Congress: World Education Research Association, August.

  10. Schreiber, B. (2018).  Education as a means and an end: the most reliable predictor of social justice and equality. Youth Leadership Conference: Liverpool Hope University, UK. June.

  11. Schreiber, B. (2018).  What are universities for? Youth Leadership Conference: Liverpool Hope University, UK. June.

  12. Schreiber, B. (2017). Broadening Access to Support via Innovative Approaches. Presented at the European Student Affairs Conference: Societal Responsibility: Challenges for Student Services between Safety and Open Societies.  August, Berlin.

  13. Schreiber, B. (2017). Exploring the correlates of inclusion and success – or, do these even matter? Broadening inclusion via social justice framework in student affairs in higher education. Presented at the Stellenbosch Business School - Bath University conference:  The contribution of business schools and higher education to inclusive development, April, Cape Town.

  14. Schreiber, B. (2017). Recognising difference and minimising otherness –   Higher Education response to diversity in South Africa. Presented at the Transatlantic Dialogue Conference, April 2017, Luxembourg.  See https://www.drbirgitschreiber.com/video for interview about this conference, video recording named TAD’17 Global Round II

  15. Schreiber, B., Yu, D. (2016). Engaging South African students – the legacy of apartheid lives on. 2016 NASPA Annual Conference, 12-16 March, Indianapolis, USA.

  16. Wooten, D., Schreiber, B., Kruse, T., Vansurksum, A. (2016). Using Professional Competencies in a Global Context to Mentor the Next Generation of Student Affairs practitioners. NASPA International Symposium, Indianapolis, USA.

  17. Shea, R., Zereik, R., Bardill Moscaritolo, L., Roberts, D., Schreiber, B., Kruse, T. (2016). Panel Presentation: IASAS Conversation: Supporting student activism in times of world strife. NASPA International Symposium, Indianapolis, USA.

  18. Shea, R., Zereik, R., Bardill Moscaritolo, L., Schreiber, B., Monti, F., Roberts, D. (2016). Panel Paper: International Student Affairs: How IASAS Makes Global Developments Visible. ACPA Convention, 6-9 March 2016. (Commission for Global Dimension of Student Development chose this paper as providing certified Key Competencies). This session was sponsored by two commissions: The Commission for Global Dimensions of Student Development and the Commission for Academic Support in Higher Education. USA.

  19. Schreiber, B., Yu, D. (2016). Using Student Engagement data to explore post-apartheid South Africa: Social Justice remains elusive. Paper presented at ACPA Convention, Montreal, Canada, 6-9 March.

  20. Shea, R., Zereik, R., Bardill Moscaritolo, L. Wang, H., Schreiber, B. (2016). Diversity competences for student leaders - De- and Re-contextualising competencies. Paper Presented International conference: Student Global Summit, ACPA-IASAS, Montreal, Canada, March. 

  21. Schreiber, B. (2014). Correlating higher education student support and student success – towards an integrated framework.  International Congress of Applied Psychology, July, Paris, France.

  22. Schreiber, B. (2014). Re-constructing students in a re-constructed higher education context – implications for universities in South Africa.  International Congress of Applied Psychology, July, Paris, France.

  23. Schreiber, B. (2014). Mobilizing African Student Affairs – Finding our Voice.  Paper presented at African Student Affairs Conference, March, Wits University, South Africa.

  24. Gerber, R., Schreiber, B., Minnaar, M. (2014). Online Counselling: A descriptive analysis of email counselling at a University Counselling Service. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Southern African Federation for Student Affairs and Services in Higher Education (SAFSAS), Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

  25. Moja, T., Yu, D, Schreiber, B (2014). Student Engagement Practices at a South African University: correlations with student persistence. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Southern African Federation for Student Affairs and Services in Higher Education (SAFSAS), Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

  26. Moja, T., Schreiber, B. (2014) Exploring the co-curriculum: integrated practices or at the fringes of university experience? Paper presented at the International Conference of the Southern African Federation for Student Affairs and Services in Higher Education (SAFSAS), Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

  27. Overmeyer, T., Schreiber, B. (2014). Leadership Development Models at Universities in South Africa. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Southern African Federation for Student Affairs and Services in Higher Education (SAFSAS), Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

  28. Schreiber, B. (2014). Plenary Discussion: Professional Development for Student Affairs in South Africa.  Plenary discussion at the International Conference of the Southern African Federation for Student Affairs and Services in Higher Education (SAFSAS), Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

  29. Schreiber, B. (2013). The Challenges of Professional Identity Development in a Multicultural Training Context.  Poster presented at the 13th European Congress of Psychology, Stockholm, Sweden, 9-12 July.

  30. Schreiber, B. (2013). Psychological Support via Mobile Technology: Challenges of Aligning Professional Practices with Emerging Relational Culture. Paper presented at the 13th European Congress of Psychology, Stockholm, Sweden, 9-12 July.

  31. Schreiber, B. (2013). Student Success in a Changing Context: implications for Higher Education Policy and Practice. Opening Address at African Student Affairs Conference, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa.

  32. Schreiber, B., Wangenge-Ouma, G., Mamashela-Luescher, T. (2012). Re-thinking the integration of Internationalisation into Higher Education in South Africa – A Case Study.  Paper presented at 4th African Network for Internationalisation of Education (ANIE) Annual Conference, University of Pretoria, South Africa, 26-28 September.

  33. Schreiber, B. (2012). Higher Education Policy in South Africa: Implications for Student Affairs. Paper presented at the International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town. South Africa, 26 July.

  34. Schreiber, B. (2012). The Integration of Student Affairs and Academic Learning: Correlations Academic and Affective factors. Paper presented at International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town. South Africa, 26 July.

  35. Schreiber, B. (2012). Broadening access to student support services for under-represented groups using social media. Paper presented at International Congress of Psychology, Cape Town. South Africa, 26 July.

  36. Parker, N., Middleton, W., Schreiber, B. (2011). Crafting strategic interventions for student success in higher education from entry to exit: Student Orientation and Career Development at the University of the Western Cape. Paper presented at African Student Affairs Conference (ASAC), Bloemfontein, South Africa.

  37. Schreiber, B. (2011). Unique challenges require unique responses: utilizing generation Y tools to respond to student development and student support. Paper presented at the African Student Affairs Conference (ASAC), Bloemfontein, South Africa.

  38. Schreiber, B. (2002). Providing a Counselling Service in a South African Context. Paper presented at University of California, Berkeley, USA, San Luis Obispo Conference for Research University Support and Development, California, USA.

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