Charlotte West
It will come as no surprise to anyone that after years of steady growth, international student enrollment in the United States dropped below 1 million in 2020–2021, following a 15 percent drop the previous year. A pandemic dip was inevitable—it was just a matter of how much of a dip there would be
John Gallagher
During a period of hiring uncertainty, it’s critical to find the right people—and keep them for the long term.
Mark Toner
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
David Tobenkin
Changes in student preferences, office resources, and pandemic-era modifications have transformed the study abroad recruiting game.
John K. Hudzik, PhD
Several factors in the higher education reform landscape will shape international education in the years to come.
Mark Toner
Academic freedom and internationalization are at the heart of higher ed. But in the face of growing global threats, the relationship between the two is becoming more complex.
Karen Doss Bowman
Educators can use intercultural learning tools to advance both concepts.
Karen Doss Bowman
How ISSS offices can support this student population, which is expected to grow in coming years.
Razan Ghalayini
A former student at American University of Beirut shares her story.
Elizabeth Hendley
The photographer, filmmaker, and storyteller shares the lessons he’s learned in his travels and thoughts on humanity’s commonalities, understanding our impacts, the complexities of our shared world, and the importance of silence.