Eight medical professionals and researchers—all of whom have been international students and scholars in the United States—talk about working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic and the defining moments of this professional challenge.
“The Right Place at the Right Time”: Eight Former International Students and Scholars Working on the COVID-19 Frontlines
Scenario planning helps international educators face an uncertain future.
A case study in managing risk at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, where existing structures helped the international office navigate the pandemic—and provide new flexibility going forward.
Ten international education leaders on campuses across the United States share their stories about becoming a leader.
How six nontraditional study abroad students took the road less traveled and found their way.
During challenging times, self and staff care may seem separate from the internationalization mission—but they’re all connected.
An excerpt from the recently released Social Justice and International Education connects the goals of international education with the pursuit of social justice.
Touted for their role in infusing international perspectives into the U.S. college experience, global leadership programs are now an important tool to keep internationalization at the forefront as travel remains limited.
What began as a social media movement to welcome international students to the United States has become a tangible commitment to bring those students to U.S. campuses.
As international students stay home, the financial impact of the pandemic on U.S. institutions could exceed $3 billion. Short-term strategies can lead to long-term successes.