International Educator (IE) is the flagship bimonthly magazine of NAFSA: Association of International Educators. IE maintains the highest standards of intellectual quality, editorial excellence, and design to service its readers who are working worldwide to advance international education and exchange.
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Crossing the Green Line
Higher education on the divided island of Cyprus is both a conduit of change and, at times, a stark reminder of the difficulties that remain acute across the cultural and political divide.
Who's NOT Studying Abroad?
For a wide variety of physical, social, economic, cultural, and academic reasons, certain populations in U.S. higher education tend to be underrepresented in education abroad programs. But, many educators in the field are working diligently to open up these important educational opportunities to more students.
Educating Citizens of the World
Howard Community College is working every day to build on a clear and visible strategic commitment to international and intercultural competence.
From the Editors
- Tracking U.S. Public Support for International Education, Upsurge in World-wide Higher Education Capacity
- Documentary Explores Life and Work of Senator Fulbright
- President Bush Commits to Boosting Critical-Need Foreign Languages
- More Saudis Studying in the United States
- From Nebraska to Stuttgart: A Journey into the German Way of Education
- NAFSAns Share Expertise at College Board Event
- Book Notes: A Review of Dominant Beliefs and Alternative Voices by Joan Elias Gore
- Teaching Students from Diverse Backgrounds: What the Research Shows
Abdulla Al Karam and Andromeda Ashencaen
An Interview with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai
Brad Lauman, Nancy Stubbs, Charles Gliozzo, and Elizabeth Lee
Common Policies Used as Excuses for Not Allowing Aid to Be Used Abroad
Foreign Student Affairs
Marjory Gooding and Melinda Wood