International Educator March April 2016

 

Features

The Ascent of Global Learning
By Christopher Connell
Colleges and universities are revamping curricula and engaging faculty to achieve global learning outcomes.

Latin American Partnerships Cross Borders
By David Tobenkin
Latin American is openings its doors to increasing international partnerships with higher education institutions worldwide.

Preparing Women for the World
By Christopher Connell
Mount Holyoke College prepares women for “purposeful engagement” with the world.

Departments and Columns

In Brief

  • NAFSA Launches Cuba Initiative
  • New Data on International Grad Students in the United States
  • Tips on Integrating International Students on Campus
  • The State of Strategic Partnerships in Europe
  • The Most International Universities in the World
  • Overview of the Journal of Studies in International Education February 2016 Issue
  • SEVP Report Addresses Stakeholder Concerns
  • Book review: Internationalizing the Curriculum

Frontlines

All Eyes on Cuba
By Marlene M. Johnson

Education Abroad

STEM Students Go Abroad for Research and Internships
By Cathy Yarbrough

Foreign Student Affairs

Empowering International Women
By Karen Doss Bowman

Forum

Higher Education Cooperating With Latin America
By David Felsen

In Focus

The Great Wall
By Kate Bumhoffer

France Supplement

Aiming High: France Appeals to International Students
By David Tobenkin
France, one of the top destinations for international students, continues to make their nation attractive for international study.

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