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Features

Socially Conscious
By Susan Ladika
Well-run social entrepreneurship programs abroad are expanding students' worldviews while providing useful assistance for local communities.

Looking Further Afield
By David Tobenkin
Traditionally a strong magnet for students from the European Union, Denmark is looking to expand its brand beyond the EU.

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey Aims to Play a Bigger Game at Home and Abroad
By Christopher Connell
A year in advance of the 250th anniversary of its founding as the eighth college in colonial America, Rutgers is undergoing a metamorphosis with the purpose of living up to the slogan emblazoned on its ubiquitous red bus fleet: "Jersey Roots, Global Reach."

Departments and Columns

In Brief

  • Cuba Opens to U.S. Travel
  • U.S.-Mexico Collaboration Moves Forward
  • State Department Launches U.S. Study Abroad Office
  • Engaging With International Students
  • New Global Ranking: "Most International" Institutions
  • Globalizing at Home
  • A Successful Rainbow Day of Giving
  • Latest Issue of the Journal of Studies in International Education
  • Book review: The International Imperative in Higher Education

Voices

Beyond the Arab Spring
An interview with Lisa Anderson, president, American University in Cairo By Karen Leggett

Education Abroad

Strategic Portfolios
By Janet Hulstrand

Foreign Student Affairs

Supporting LGBT International Students
By Vicki Valosik

Forum

Tomorrow's Globally Engaged University
By Kevin Kinser

In Focus

"Come Join Me Behind the Desk"
By Gabrielle Malfatti

Japan Higher Education Supplement

Japan Looks to Take Flight
Through various initiatives, Japan is working to make internationalization soar nationwide.
By Charlotte West

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International Educator (IE) is NAFSA's flagship bimonthly magazine.

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