International Educator January February 2017

  • Global Experiences

    By Charlotte West
    Institutions are presenting international programs in employability terms to attract a wider student audience as students increasingly focus on the career outcomes of international education.

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  • Global Leaders

    By Susan Ladika
    Women’s universities play a vital role in educating women and helping prepare them to be global leaders.

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  • Education Abroad

    By Janet Hulstrand
    While the opening and easing of relations between Cuba and the United States continues, there are still special considerations in planning education abroad programs for U.S. students.

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Features

Leveraging Global Experiences in the Job Market
By Charlotte West
Institutions are presenting international programs in employability terms to attract a wider student audience as students increasingly focus on the career outcomes of international education.

Women’s Universities Around the World Develop Global Leaders
By Susan Ladika
Women’s universities play a vital role in educating women and helping prepare them to be global leaders.

University of Massachusetts Boston
By Charlotte West
The diversity of UMass Boston, with minority students making up 48 percent of its more than 17,000-student population, means that the global truly starts at home.

Texas Tech University
By Charlotte West
Global Education Outreach staff help promote awareness of other countries and cultures in a community where many young people do not have the opportunity to travel.

Departments and Columns

From the Publisher

Leveraging Global Experiences in the Job Market
By Richard Papale

In Brief

  • NAFSA Welcomes New Executive Director and CEO
  • Implications of Brexit
  • United States Hosts More Than 1 Million International Students
  • Ireland Hopes to Attract More International Students
  • NACAC: Agents Must Disclose Commissions to Students
  • A Leg Up in the Job Market for Graduates With International Experience
  • New Tool Measures Students’ Global Skills

Insights

An Interview with Marlene Johnson
By Charlotte West

Voices

Expanding Higher Education in Ethiopia: An interview with University of Gondar President Desalegne Mengesha Degefaw
By David Tobenkin

Education Abroad

Developing Study Abroad Programs in Cuba
By Janet Hulstrand

International Enrollment

Students Without Documents: Possible Approaches for U.S. Universities
By Jeannine Bell

Forum

Diversity Matters in International Education
By Marlene Johnson and Rachel Banks

In Focus

Turning Point
By Ashley Metz

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