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International Higher Education Research: State of the Field
This white paper evaluates the state of international higher education research. It examines historical landmarks in the field and key challenges, frameworks, and trends in present day and future international higher education research.
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About the Authors
Bryan McAllister-Grande, EdD, is the assistant director for curriculum integration at Northeastern University. He is the cofounder of NAFSA’s Global Studies Literature Review and a member of the Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship Leadership Team. McAllister-Grande’s interests include internationalization, the history of research, and the history and philosophy of higher education. His work has appeared in The Future Agenda for Internationalization in Higher Education and will appear in upcoming volumes and special issues of Perspectives on the History of Higher Education, Teacher’s College Record, and the SAGE Handbook of International Higher Education.
Melissa Whatley, PhD, is a postdoctoral research scholar in the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research at North Carolina State University, where she conducts research on issues related to community college student success. In her work, she applies advanced quantitative approaches to explore issues related to underrepresented students in U.S. international education, particularly low-income and community college students. Whatley is especially interested in the changing role of the community college in U.S. higher education. She publishes frequently in international education journals, including the Journal of Studies in International Education and Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad.
Bryan McAllister-Grande, EdD, and Melissa Whatley, PhD
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