International Students and Scholars

Charlotte West
With a growing number of Indian students on U.S. campuses, there are several ways for international offices to better support this population.
John Gallagher
Engaging international students in volunteering has social, cultural, and career benefits.
Charlotte West
As part of the wider campus community, it is incumbent upon international offices to create safe spaces and make connections for students.
Charlotte West
How institutions in the United States are meeting international students’ academic, financial, social, and emotional needs—including with pandemic-era innovations in services and programs.
Jill Allen Murray, MPA, Erica Stewart
What you should know about the Biden administration's Joint Statement of Principles for international education.
Gretchen Dobson, EdD, Sandra Rincón, MSc, Şule Yalçın, MSc
International alumni in Turkey and virtual internships in Australia demonstrate the power of international professional development.
Ana González, OP, Rendy Schrader, Cassi Winslow-Edmonson, MS
Two institutions that foster international student engagement in service projects share their tips for success.
John Gallagher
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.
Elizabeth Hendley
Eleven professionals answer six questions about their work going into 2021.
Edward Alden, MA
Will tensions between the United States and China continue to escalate—and will students find themselves caught in the middle?