Elizabeth Hendley
International educators have always been a tight-knit community, and now they are relying on each other more than ever before. Read how NAFSA members are offering each other ideas, resources, tips, and support in this unprecedented time.
Charlotte West
The ‘accidental international reporter’ discusses big-picture trends, academic freedom, and the international education stories not being told.
NAFSA members suggest what to read, listen to, watch, and follow.
NAFSA Senior Fellow Jenny Lee explores the change in U.S. perceptions of China and the impacts on internationalization.
Esther D. Brimmer, DPhil
How international educators can stay up to date on the latest information.
The cross-cultural skills that third culture kids often develop are no longer “a bonus benefit,” but a requirement to be successful in an interconnected world.
A roundup of NAFSA member recommendations for what to read, watch, and listen to this month.
Nora Lisa Cavazos
NAFSA’s Advocate of the Year reflects on her journey of advocacy as ‘both a blessing and a never-ending goal.’
Charlotte West
A criminal defense attorney-turned-chocolate maker in Missouri creates intercultural exchange opportunities for local high school students through his Chocolate University.
NAFSA members recommend what to read, listen to, follow, watch, and bookmark.