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Finding a Home in Higher Education
By Susan Ladika
In Southeast Asian countries like Cambodia, Vietnam, and Thailand, girls and women don’t pursue higher education in great numbers—but faculty and students from outside the region are changing that and improving their educational opportunities.

Promoting Peace Through Partnerships
By Dana Wilkie
To find unique opportunities to get students more involved with peace studies, many colleges are partnering with peace organizations.

New York University Becomes a Global Network University
Christopher Connell
New York University is expanding globally by planting its violet flags in far corners of the world.

Departments and Columns

From the Editors

A Place to Call Home
By Elaina Loveland

Front Lines

Keeping the Dream Alive
By Christopher Connell

In Brief

  • Rhode Island Advances Tuition Reform for Undocumented Students
  • International Students Contribute $20.2 Billion to the United States
  • Global Education—Not Optional
  • Increase in U.S. Students Studying Abroad; International Student Enrollments in the United States Jump Percent
  • Assessing the Impact of Peace Corps After 50 Years
  • Greece Repeals Academic Asylum Law
  • New Web Site Promotes Study in the States
  • Africa, Korea, North Cyprus Featured in Journal of Studies in International Education
  • Book Review: Integrating Study Abroad Into the Curriculum

Voices: Rollins College President Lewis Duncan

All Abroad!
By Elaina Loveland

Education Abroad

Learning from Recent Challenges in Education Abroad Crisis Management
By Julie Friend

A View From Out Here

In the Mind of a Global Citizen: Identity and World Belonging
By Madalina Akli

In Focus

Something New
By Iris Metzgen-Ohlswager

Special Section: International Education Fairs