Internationalization

Karen Doss Bowman
Three Global North-Global South partnerships demonstrate mutual benefits through shared research and learning goals.
John K. Hudzik, PhD
Post-COVID reform of higher education internationalization is not for the meek.
Jane Knight, PhD
What is the difference between these two terms—and why does it matter for international higher education?
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.
Elizabeth Hendley
CANIE co-founder and NAFSA Senior Fellow Alisa Lamont on the misconceptions, challenges, and opportunities around sustainability and international education.
David Tobenkin
Despite obstacles, India has enormous potential to be a major player in international education.
Karen Doss Bowman
How leaders can navigate the new normal—and the new budget cycle—on their campus.
Mark Toner
Benchmarking leverages a unique strength of the international education community: collaboration.
Karen Doss Bowman
How international educators can tie global learning to social justice issues.