(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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South America Gains Diversity Through PrivatizationAlan Dessoff
With a growing demand from South American students hoping to fulfill their higher education aspirations, an increasing number of private universities are opening their doors in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Chile.
Planning Tomorrow's Urban WorldDarlene Bremer
In recognition of the urban planning profession's growing global impact, U.S. graduate programs are internationalizing their curricula to enable future urban planners to work effectively anywhere in the world.
Publications for International Educators and Their StudentsThe fourth annual summer reading directory of select publications
- Higher Education Summit for Global Development
- Rockefeller Gift Goes Toward Harvard International Programs
- In Memoriam: Ron Moffatt, Inspiring Colleague and Tireless Leader
- France Awards Highest Honors to Buffalo State's Gounard
- Slowed Growth in Graduate School Applications by Foreign Students
- Guiding Students Through the Visa Application Process
- NAFSA Launches Presence on Facebook
- Celebrating 60 Years in Washington, D.C.
From the EditorsA Púca of Peace
Across CulturesFlying Brains: A Challenge Facing Iran Today
Past as Prologue1980-1989: From Regulatory Concerns to the Emergence of a Unipolar World
VoicesPrinceton's Path-Breaking President Pursues a Global Agenda
An interview with Shirley M. Tilghman, president of Princeton University
Education AbroadBlogging Ahead
International EnrollmentQuality Assurance in European Higher Education
ForumUniversity Internalization: Dreaming of a Bygone Age
Craig Evan Klafter