A roundup of NAFSA member recommendations for what to watch, listen to, follow, and read.
International students already face challenges to their mental health, and the COVID-19 pandemic worsened these challenges. But international educators are getting creative to support students and expand access to mental health resources.
A note from the NAFSA President and Chair of the Board of Directors.
“The Right Place at the Right Time”: Eight Former International Students and Scholars Working on the COVID-19 Frontlines
Eight medical professionals and researchers—all of whom have been international students and scholars in the United States—talk about working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic and the defining moments of this professional challenge.
Seven strategies to build successful global health research collaborations.
Six considerations and strategies to create long-lasting global health partnerships—and boost internationalization efforts on campus.
Understanding where office funding comes from helps education abroad professionals work with creativity within constraints.
Insights into the prepandemic decline in international student numbers in the United States—plus reasons for optimism and remaining challenges.
A conversation about what international educators should understand about budget allocation, program proposals, navigating dips in revenue, and more.
Scenario planning helps international educators face an uncertain future.