Cover for the June 2022 issue of International Educator

June 2022: Special Issue: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Feature
Breaking Barriers to Study Abroad
Charlotte West
Finances are not the sole factor keeping underrepresented student groups from participating in study abroad. To make programs more inclusive, institutions need to design international experiences that more closely align with underrepresented students’ identities and interests.

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Voices
The IE Interview
Evon Peter: Championing Native and Indigenous Programs
Charlotte West
Evon Peter discusses his institution’s quest to become a global leader in Alaska Native and indigenous programs, documenting and revitalizing indigenous languages, and the need to promote indigenous leadership in the circumpolar North.
Practice Area Column
Education Abroad
An Antiracist Framework for Education Abroad
Eduardo Contreras, EdD
Maraina Montgomery, MEd
Hernando Sevilla-Garcia, MS
Tools for education abroad practitioners to address inequities in their work and offices.
Practice Area Column
Education Abroad
ADA in Education Abroad
Megan Stolz
Student-centered practices and strategies are essential for those advising students with disabilities. With ADA compliance and other factors, advisers can work with each student to select the best-fit program.
Practice Area Column
International Students and Scholars
Navigating the U.S. Cultural Climate
Charlotte West
In today’s cultural and political climate, international students need to understand issues of racism, identity, and privilege to successfully navigate life in the United States.

About International Educator

International Educator is NAFSA’s flagship publication and has been published continually since 1990. As a record of the association and the field of international education, IE includes articles on a variety of topics, trends, and issues facing NAFSA members and their work. 

From in-depth features to interviews with thought leaders and columns tailored to NAFSA’s knowledge communities, IE provides must-read context and analysis to those working around the globe to advance international education and exchange.

About NAFSA

NAFSA: Association of International Educators is the world's largest nonprofit association dedicated to international education and exchange. NAFSA serves the needs of more than 10,000 members and international educators worldwide at more than 3,500 institutions, in over 150 countries.

NAFSA membership provides you with unmatched access to best-in-class programs, critical updates, and resources to professionalize your practice. Members gain unrivaled opportunities to partner with experienced international education leaders.