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Where Have the International Students Gone?

Olga Bain And William Cummings
A new study explores key factors and institutional strategies at U.S. research universities that are advancing or hindering foreign student flows.

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Avoiding the Missionary Tendency

Michael Woolf
For service learning in education abroad to gain esteem and recognition parity within the wider academic world and beyond, the question of academic content rather than social good must be addressed.

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Shooting for the Stars

Christopher Connell
UNC at Chapel Hill provides a galaxy of international services, studies, and research programs.


From the Editors

Going with the Flows?
Christopher Murphy

Front Lines

Taking Stock, Making Strides
Victor C. Johnson

In Brief

  • Tsunami Assistance
  • Rice Vows to Increase Exchanges, Emphasizes Value of Foreign Students
  • English Language Program Accreditation Expands
  • Growing Up More Educated
  • Cuba Renews Ties to European Union
  • European Union Constitution Approved
  • Mexico's Guide for Illegal Immigrants
  • Multiplying the Benefits of Partnership

Across Cultures

Academic Exchanges with Cuba: The Impact of Recent U.S. Policy Changes
Lorena Barberia


Building a Diverse Student Body from the Ground Up
An interview with Stephanie Bell-Rose, President, Goldman Sachs Foundation

Foreign Student Affairs

View From Out Here

Climbing Kilimanjaro
Allan M. Winkle

Education Abroad

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