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By Susan Ladika
College journalism programs are increasingly refocusing their curricula on international issues.
By Charlotte West
New senior international officers must build consensus to help all the pieces fall into place for comprehensive internationalization.
Lone Star Looks Abroad
By Christopher Connell
Amid dizzying growth, the Lone Star Community College System in Texas forges international ties.
Departments and Columns
From the Editors
By Elaina Loveland
- International Student Enrollment in U.S. Graduate Schools Up; Spike in Students from India, Drop in Chinese Students
- International Students Contribute $20.4 Billion to United States
- International Student Enrollment in United States Up More Than 7 Percent; 3.4 Percent Increase in U.S. Students Studying Abroad
- Student Mobility 10 Years Out
- Welcome to NAFSA’s New Volunteer Member-Leaders
- Gift Giving with a Focus on International Education
- Highflying or Struggling—How Do Your Potential Students Rate?
- India Establishes Rules for Foreign Branch Campuses
- Mapping the United States
- Internationalizing Higher Education in Southeast Asia
- Book review of Global Dexterity: How to Adapt Your Behavior Across Cultures Without Losing Yourself in the Process
Foreign Student Affairs
Crisis Management is Easier When You Have a Plan in Place
By Karen Doss Bowman
View From Out Here
Helping Students Step Out of Their Comfort Zone
By Rachele Kanigel
Student Learning Abroad: Three Stories We Tell
By Michael Vande Berg
By Jeff Cooper