This digital download is an academic, peer-reviewed collection of book reviews, synopses, and interviews with leading scholars in the field of the international education.
Through high-impact learning approaches, students can become more effective communicators, more engaged citizens, and learn to think critically about the relationships between local and global issues. These skills are all vital to building peace in a world full of conflict. As part of its 2015 International Education Week activities, NAFSA partnered with the Alliance for Peacebuilding and the United States Institute of Peace to present a Global Learning Faculty Conversation celebrating the peacebuilding capacity of international education.
Based on the NAFSA International Education Professional Competencies, this set of sample behavioral interview questions is a helpful tool for supervisors when hiring direct service employees and managers in the areas of education abroad, international enrollment management, and international student and scholar services.
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.
In this book, experts in international education provide a vital overview of cross-cultural communication and a detailed, yet accessible, deconstruction of cultural barriers.
This new book provides a model for achieving global learning for all students, encompassing a wide variety of modes, experiences, cocurricular activities.
After attending this webinar, participants will be able to:
The content will be relevant to those working in education abroad, risk management, internships, third-party providers, and extracurricular programs.
A Fall 2016 update to the brief overview of the changes in immigration law, policy, procedure, and practice over the past year released in May 2016. Topics include F and M student and school policy; SEVIS, exchange visitors; scholar and employment-based topics; visas, entry, and travel; and cross-category topics.