A Fond Farewell

December 19, 2016 | Topics: NAFSA

By Marlene M. Johnson

As I retire from my position as executive director and CEO of NAFSA, I wanted to take a moment to thank you so very much for allowing me the opportunity to lead such an outstanding organization. NAFSA has been and always will be committed to... See More

NAFSA Launches New Website

September 25, 2012 | Topics: NAFSA

By Michael Feighner

NAFSA's redesigned website is now live! Please visit www.nafsa.org to explore the new site and find the best resources and latest news in the field of international education. With compelling visuals and... See More

NAFSA Remembers Journalism Pioneer Deborah Howell

January 05, 2010 | Topics: NAFSA


NAFSA extends its deepest sympathies to our friend C. Peter Magrath on the loss of his wife Deborah Howell. Peter is known to many NAFSAns from his many years as president of the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges... See More

Changes to the NAFSA Web Site

July 14, 2009 | Topics: NAFSA

By Jordan Wait

Beginning Friday, July 17, users of the NAFSA Web site will notice a few changes. Several improvements include an enhanced search function, a “remember me” option when logging in, and numerous improvements to the professional networks.

The... See More

Timeline Now Available: Share Your Thoughts

June 10, 2008 | Topics: NAFSA

By Jordan Wait

This year NAFSA celebrates its 60th anniversary by looking back at the last 60 years of international education. Critical historical events that affected the field of international education such as the establishment of the Fulbright program, the first Peace Corps mission, and the Lincoln Commission's call for 1 million U.S. undergraduates to study abroad by 2017 are only a few of the examples.... See More