IE - January/February 2005


International Educator (IE) is the flagship bimonthly magazine of NAFSA: Association of International Educators. IE maintains the highest standards of intellectual quality, editorial excellence, and design to service its readers who are working worldwide to advance international education and exchange.

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Opportunity, Not Threat: Dealing With Anti-Americanism Abroad

Linda Drake Gobbo, Mary Lou Forward, Ryan Lorenz
Although a strengthening anti-Americanism in many parts of the world does require appropriate risk assessment, it should present invaluable teachable moments for education abroad programs.

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An Invaluable Perspective

Hubert B. Van Hoof
Close analysis of international student feedback can make U.S. programs better and improve the experience for future international students.

The Exuberance Of Youth

Christopher Connell
Binghamton University may be a young institution, but it has quickly developed a strong global identity.


From the Editors

Perceptions and Viewpoints
Christopher Murphy

Front Lines

In Brief

  • Sensitizing Americans Abroad
  • Study Abroad Commission Up and Running
  • Marginal Increases in U.S. Student Visas
  • Australia's New Competitors
  • Cuban Scholars Refused U.S. Entry
  • Study Abroad 101
  • 2004 Nobel Prize Winners

Across Cultures

New Trends in Russian Education
Oksana Anistratenko


Emphasizing Global Citizenship for Business Leaders
An interview with Dr. Angel Cabrera, President, Thunderbird, the Garvin School of International Managment

Education Abroad

Apropos Of

Cheryl Darrup-Boychuck

Classrooms Without Walls
Jacqueline McLaughlin

Back Pages

SYLFF: Financial Aid for Young Leaders
Orlando Taylor and Anita Nahal