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    Celebrating Yuehua Zhu’s successful M.Ed. thesis with committee members Drs. Zhou and Ma

    Teaching International Students

    • Smith, C., Zhou, G., Potter, M., Wang, D., and Pecoraro, M. (2019). Connecting Best Practices for Teaching Linguistically and Culturally Diverse International Students with International Student Satisfaction and Student Perceptions of Learning “(poster presentation), Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education  Conference, Winnipeg, MB.
    • Smith, C., Zhou, G., Potter, M., & Wang, D. (2019).  Connecting best practices for teaching linguistically and culturally diverse international students with international student satisfaction and student perceptions of learning.  In James, W. B., & Cobonoglu, C. (Eds.), Advances in Global Education and Research Volume 3, (252-265).  Sarasota, FL: Association of North America Higher Education International. https://scholar.uwindsor.ca/educationpub/24
    • Smith, C., Zhou, G., Potter, M., and Wang, D. (2019).  Connecting Best Practices for Teaching Linguistically and Culturally Diverse International Students with International Student Satisfaction and Student Perceptions of Learning.  A paper presented at the Global Conference on Education and Research. 
    • Smith, C, Zhou, G., Potter, M., and Wang, D. (2019). Connecting Best Practices for Teaching Linguistically and Culturally Diverse International Students with International Student Satisfaction and Student Perceptions of Learning.  A paper presented at the University of Windsor Teaching and Learning Conference,  Windsor, ON.
    • Smith, C, Zhou, G., Potter, M., and Wang, D. (2019). Connecting Best Practices for Teaching Linguistically and Culturally Diverse International Students with International Student Satisfaction and Student Perceptions of Learning.  A paper presented at the Ireland International Conference on Education, Dublin, Ireland
    • Smith, C., Zhou, G., Potter, M., Wang, D., Pecoraro, M., & Paulino, R. (2019). Variability by individual student characteristics of student satisfaction with promising international student teaching practices.  Literacy Information and Computer Education Journal, 10(2), 3160-3169. https://scholar.uwindsor.ca/educationpub/25 
    • Smith, C., and Wang, D. (2017). Connecting Best Practices for Teaching Linguistically-Diverse International Students with International Student Satisfaction.  A conference session presented at the University of Windsor-Oakland University International Teaching and Learning Conference, Windsor, ON.

    Teaching – General

    • Cavallo-Medved, D., Andrews, D., Bornais, J., Bourne, D., Lubrick, M., Renaud, M., Smith C., Soullier, D., and Stagner, J.  (2019).  How Many Profs Does it Take to Raise Engagement in Large Classes?  A paper presented at the University of Windsor Teaching and Learning Conference, Windsor, ON.

    Internationalization of Higher Education

    • Liu, C., Zhou, G., Smith, C., & Xu, J. (2020).  A narrative inquiry of Chinese science teacher candidates cross-cultural learning experience in Canada.  In Pixel (Ed.), 9th International Conference New Perspectives in Science Education (pp. 248-256).  Bologna, Italy: Filodiritto Publisher. https://conference.pixel-online.net/files/npse/ed0009/Conference%20Proceedings.pdf
    • Smith, C. (2020).  International students and their academic experiences: Student satisfaction, student success challenges, and promising teaching practices.  In U. Galuee, S. Sharma, & K. Bista (Eds.), Rethinking education across borders: Emerging issues and critical insight son globally mobile students (pp. 271-287).  Singapore: Springer. https://scholar.uwindsor.ca/educationpub/26
    • Smith, C. (2019, March 19).  4 ways to engage faculty in international SEM.  AACRAO Connect.  Washington, DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers.
    • Smith, C. (2016). Promoting international student success.  In American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers (Ed.), The AACRAO international guide: A resource for international education professionals (103-116). Washington, DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
    • Smith, C. (2016). International student success, Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 4(2), 61-73.  doi: 10.1002/sem3.20084
    • Liu, G., Pilon, K., Xu, S., Zhang, Z., & Smith, C. (2016).  Enhancing international students’ information literacy (poster presentation).  82nd International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Library and Information General Conference and Assembly.  Columbus, OH: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions.
    • Liu, G., Pilon, K., Xu, S., Zhang, Z., & Smith, C. (2016). Developing plagiarism workshops to international students at the University of Windsor (poster presentation).  American Library Association Annual Conference.  Orlando, FL: American Library Association.
    • Smith, C., Whiteside, B., Blanchard, S., & Martin, C. (2013). International student support services at Ontario universities. Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 1(1), 55-66.  doi: 10.1002/sem3.20005 

    Mentoring in Higher Education

    • Smith, C. (2017).  Improving the human condition through mentoring.  In Zimar, H., & Montgomery, J. (Eds.), Mentorship in higher education: Practical advice and leadership theories (113-129).  Washington, DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
    • Smith, C.  (2017). Improving the human condition through mentoring, College & University, 92(1), 43-46.
    • Smith, C. (2013). The greatest gift of all.  In Lonabocker, L, & Zimar, H. (Eds.), Leadership lessons: Vision and values for a new generation (131-35). Washington, DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
    • Smith, C. (2012). The greatest gift of all. College & University, 88(1), 35-37, 2012.

    Strategic Enrolment Management

    • Smith, C., & Harris, L. (2021). Faculty involvement in strategic enrollment management at North American postsecondary educational institutions. Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 8(4), 23-32. https//scholar.uwindsor.ca/educatoinpub/49
    • Smith, C., Hyde, J., Falkner, T., & Kerlin, C. (2020). The role of organizational change management in successful strategic enrollment management implementation. Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 8(2), 31-40. https://scholar.uwindsor.ca/educationpub/48
    • Gottheil, S., & Smith, C. (2011). SEM in Canada: Promoting student and institutional success in Canadian colleges and universities. Washington DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
    • Smith, C., & Gottheil, S. (2011). Introduction: Moving beyond the American SEM experience.  In Gottheil, S., & Smith, C. (Eds.), SEM in Canada: Promoting student and institutional success in Canadian colleges and universities (1-19). Washington DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers.
    • Smith, C., & Gottheil, S. (2008). Enrollment or enrolment: strategic enrollment management in the United States and Canada. College & University, 84(2), 28-38.
    • Smith, C. (2008). Building your student relationships with three cups of tea. SEM Source.  Washington, DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers.
    • Smith, C. (2007). Finding the academic context: Involving faculty in strategic enrollment management.  College & University, 82(3), 39-40.
    • Smith, C., & Gottheil, S. (2006). Enrollment or enrolment: The emergence of SEM in Canada. SEM Source. Washington, DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars & Admissions Officers.
    • Smith, C. (2016). Promoting international student success.  In American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers (Ed.), The AACRAO international guide: A resource for international education professionals (103-116). Washington, DC: American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.

    Student Success in Higher Education

    • Smith, C., & Gottheil, S. (2011). Increasing accessibility: Lessons learned in retaining special population students in Canada.  College & University, 86(4), 47-52.
    • Wright A., Frenay, M., Monette, M., Tomen, B., Sauve, L., Smith, C., Gold, N., Houston, D., Robinson, J., Rowen, N., Anderson, F., Lewis, K., Pipitone, B., Salinitri, G., & Hamilton, B. (2008). Institutional strategy and practice: Increasing the odds of access and success at the post-secondary level for under-represented students, Montreal, QC: Canada Millennium Foundation.
    • Smith, C., & Gottheil, S. (2010). Increasing accessibility: Lessons learned in retaining special population students in Canada.  Communiquéé, 11(1), 15-17.


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