• After the Curtain Fell

    By Susan Ladika
    In the more than 20 years since the fall of Europe’s communist regimes, much has changed in higher education in Eastern and Central Europe. (2.41mb Icon PDF 16)

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  • Intimate Proximity

    By Dana Wilke
    Colleges and universities are using myriad means to help students truly understand the impact of genocides across the globe. (1.04mb Icon PDF 16)

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  • Laughter

    By Leah Buretta
    "I began to reflect on one of the most basic commonalties that every culture has: the ability to laugh." (139kb Icon PDF 16)

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Features

After the Curtain Fell
By Susan Ladika
In the more than 20 years since the fall of Europe’s communist regimes, much has changed in higher education in Eastern and Central Europe.

Intimate Proximity: The Human Face of Genocide
By Dana Wilke
Colleges and universities are using myriad means to help students truly understand the impact of genocides across the globe.

University of Michigan: Global Giant
By Christopher Connell
The university stamps Its block letter “M” on Far Corners of the World

Departments and Columns

From the Editors

Knowledge Plus Action Equals Power
By Elaina Loveland

Frontlines

Being an Effective Advocate on Campus for Immigration Reform
By Ellen H. Badger

In Brief

  • International Students Contribute Nearly $22 Billion to U.S. Economy
  • United Nations Launches Education First Initiative
  • Exploring New Markets for International Students
  • NAFSA’s Volunteer Leaders Take Office
  • Recommendations to DHS for Supporting International Education
  • Kenyan University to Open Campus near Refugee Camp
  • MasterCard Establishes Scholars Program for African Students
  • Donation to Alma Mater Supports Internationalization Efforts
 

Education Abroad

When Faculty Teach Abroad
By Janet Hulstrand

Forum

Regional Globalism and International Higher Education in Asia
By Yenbo Wu

In Focus

Laughter
By Leah Buretta

Special Section: Japan

Shake Up
By Christopher Connell
After the March 2011 disaster, Japan and its universities are reevaluating and increasing their pursuit of international students.

Reversing Course
By Charlotte West
Japanese students have been studying abroad less in recent years. The government aims to change that.

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