A Quarter Century That Changed the Landscape of International Education
By Christopher Connell
The global economy shaped the field of international education a quarter century ago and will continue to shape the field into the future.

The University of Delaware Emphasizes the Global on a Quest for Prominence
By Christopher Connell
The University of Delaware, which has a rich tradition of study abroad and a thriving English language institute, has made raising its global recognition a priority.

Special Section: Health and Insurance
By Dana Wilkie

Departments and Columns

In Brief

  • Expanding Education Exports
  • Assessing Internationalization in Europe
  • Renewed Focus on STEM Optional Practical Training (OPT)
  • Parents Weigh in on Value of Education Abroad
  • Journal of Studies in International Education highlights
  • Boost in Education Exports for Australia
  • Book review: Demystifying Outcomes Assessment for International Educators: A Practical Approach
  • New Recruitment Markets for the United States


Kris Olds: A Geographer Discovers NAFSA
By Elaina Loveland

Education Abroad

Assessing Learning Outcomes for Study Abroad
By Charlotte West

Foreign Student Affairs

Beyond Orientation
By Karen Doss Bowman

View From Out Here

The Birthday Suit: A Lesson for Global Learning
By Hilary E. Kahn, PhD

In Focus

A Perfect Moment
By Lily Busher

Intensive Language Supplement

Learning Arabic Abroad
By Vicki Valosik
Studying Arabic has been increasingly popular in recent years and has fueled the growth of intensive language programs abroad.

Ecuador Invests in English
By Karen Leggett
The innovative Go Teacher partnership, initially between the Ecuadoran Ministry of Education and Kansas State University, is now a powerhouse for training Ecuadoran English teachers on several U.S. campuses.