Practice Area Column

Mark Toner
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals paint an aspirational vision of the future. They also can provide a practical point of entry for internationalization across multiple disciplines.
John Gallagher
Bringing the human touch to recruitment, admissions, and beyond is the key to making sure international students succeed.
John Gallagher
How education abroad offices can limit the environmental impacts of study abroad programs on their host communities.
Charlotte West
With a growing number of Indian students on U.S. campuses, there are several ways for international offices to better support this population.
Mark Toner
Rethinking recruiting and retention in the international office as the world reopens.
Mark Toner
The return to in-person recruiting will not be the same. Here’s how some institutions are thinking through the dynamics.
John Gallagher
Whether the need is for more budgetary or staff resources (or both), these tips can help build a stronger case.
Karen Doss Bowman
The why and how of cost-benefit analyses, plus four steps to begin the process.
Karen Doss Bowman
Several tried-and-true approaches can help educators effect intercultural learning and assess and measure success.
John Gallagher
Engaging international students in volunteering has social, cultural, and career benefits.