International Students' Socializing : Implications and Potential Solutions
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Socializing is a behaviour of human nature essential to a healthy mental state, which involves sociable acts such as hanging out, partying and studying together. It is a significant practice for all students in college because it helps build good relationships, reduces stress, improves grades and develops self-confidence. As international students at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, we do not interact with native students as much as we would like to. For that reason, our group aims to examine the way international students feel about their socializing skills at UWEC, as well as providing them with possible solutions for help if needed.
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International students--Wisconsin--Eau Claire
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