A roundup of NAFSA member recommendations for what to watch, listen to, follow, and read.
The president of Miami University discusses leadership amid uncertainty, what it means to be a global citizen, and which COVID-19-era innovations will remain long term.
Structural changes in the makeup of education abroad offices, especially mentoring and hiring practices, are a first step to increasing participation in study abroad across underrepresented student groups.
Developing a culture of allyship on campus will equip students to become culturally competent leaders in a rapidly changing world.
Touted for their role in infusing international perspectives into the U.S. college experience, global leadership programs are now an important tool to keep internationalization at the forefront as travel remains limited.
What began as a social media movement to welcome international students to the United States has become a tangible commitment to bring those students to U.S. campuses.
NAFSA’s Director, Regulatory Practice Liaison, Steve Springer, gives an update on what international educators can expect this fall regarding duration of status and Optional Practical Training (OPT), as well as other developments to watch.
Five institutions and providers share how they are approaching education abroad in the era of COVID-19.
An interview about the evolution of research in the field, emerging trends, important issues, and how research can support the work of international educators.
How international educators can recognize unconscious bias and take steps to address it.