New Outlooks on Internationalizing Higher Education: Business School Trends

  It is generally assumed that business schools and programs should be especially receptive to internationalization initiatives. Business is, after all, frequently counted as a leading force in globalization or…

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New Outlooks on Internationalizing Higher Education: Community Colleges

Previous articles in this series have cited research from the American Council of Education (ACE) and other organizations which indicate the leading part played by large universities and private liberal…

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New Outlook on Internationalization at Home: Assessing Intercultural Competence

The ultimate goal of higher education internationalization efforts can be stated fairly simply as equipping students with an awareness and respect for cultural differences and ideally an eagerness to engage…

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News and Trends Spotlight: Non-Credit Education Abroad

According to the 2018 Open Doors report of the Institute of International Education (IIE), 332,727 American students received academic credit for participation in study abroad programs in 2016/17. The report…

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News and Trends Spotlight: Graduate Study Abroad

Research on the numbers and experience of American students who take part in study abroad programs tends to be primarily concerned with the undergraduate student population. However, graduate students also…

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News from Europe: Erasmus Goes Virtual

The Erasmus program began in 1987 with the intention of increasing mobility opportunities for students residing within the European Community (now European Union). The program title is actually an acronym…

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7 Guidelines for Hosting a Successful Study Abroad Fair

Congratulations! You are leading a study abroad program. In addition to playing the role of facilitator, liaison, financial manager, event planner, and diplomat, you’re charged with promoting the program to…

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New Outlooks on Internationalizing Higher Education Global Engineering Education

Previous AHEA research reviews have highlighted the efforts being made to internationalize selected fields of study such as business. The present article revisits this subject and describes internationalization developments in…

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The Hope Center Reports on ‘College and University Basic Needs Insecurity’

In April of 2019, the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice, published its most recent assessment of ‘basic needs security’ (or, ‘access to affordable food and housing’) among American…

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New Outlooks on Internationalization at Home: Increasing Faculty Engagement

Previous articles in this series have described recent internationalization initiatives in the area of co-curricular activities and the development of globally-networked shared courses. Attention shifts here to the subject of…

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