There is growing interest in developing global learning opportunities for Indigenous students, as well as programs that focus on the histories and experiences of Indigenous populations in specific locations.
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How the education abroad and international student and scholar services offices can support international students who choose to study abroad.
IEM and ISSS offices must work closely together to keep international students at the center. Here’s how.
From internationalizing the curriculum to study abroad programs, campuses are focusing on how to teach students about the interconnectedness of cultures and the world.
Following the test optional movement, will holistic admissions be the next domino to fall in the world of enrollment and admissions? If so, what comes next?
During a period of hiring uncertainty, it’s critical to find the right people—and keep them for the long term.
Despite encouraging steps forward, the United States remains the only major English-speaking country without a national strategy for internationalization. Leaders at U.S. institutions can learn from what other countries are doing to boost their own recruitment efforts—and advocate for a U.S. policy
Changes in student preferences, office resources, and pandemic-era modifications have transformed the study abroad recruiting game.
Educators can use intercultural learning tools to advance both concepts.
How ISSS offices can support this student population, which is expected to grow in coming years.