NAFSA: The First 10 Years

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Description: Building on efforts initiated as far back as 1903 to create a national organization on behalf of foreign students, and in response to concerns during the war about foreign students stranded in the United States, academic institutions, government agencies, and private organizations combined at the Michigan conference to form the National Association of Foreign Student Advisers (NAFSA). NAFSA's first officers were President Clarence Linton, then foreign student adviser at Teachers College, Columbia University; Vice President Allen Blaisdell, director of me Berkeley International House; Secretary Harry H. Pierson, with the Division of Cultural Relations at the State Department; and Treasurer Joe Neal, director of international programs at the University of Texas-Austin.
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