As the Chief of Public Engagement for the Office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services Ombudsman, Bertha Anderson offers insight into her office's work, its relationship to USCIS, and its current priorities.
The pandemic gave us the opportunity to reflect on what matters most regarding the essence of international education.
The field of international education is at an inflection point, and we must rise to the challenge.
It’s time for international educators to truly contemplate the work we do, and in turn spark conversations and actions to better our efforts.
The pandemic allowed international educators to see that the same problem can be solved in different ways
How can we reconceptualize our work to meet students' needs and ensure the field's survival?
The events of the past year have been an opportunity and a reminder to reflect on the definitions of leadership.
We need empathy, compassion, resilience, adaptability, and problem-solving to move forward as a field.
The key to moving forward is how we collectively reconcile maintaining the best of what has emerged and shedding what no longer has value.
The experiences of 2021 frame our vision for what's to come.