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Women and Children First
By Susan Ladika
Women and children are often the first to suffer when poverty and conflict are rampant. Many institutions of higher learning are using international education to help inform about and correct these wrongs.
The Changing Tide of South Korean Student Flows
By Kyna Rubin
New, cheaper options and a glut of foreign-educated returnees color South Koreans’ decisions about where and whether to study abroad.
Merging Multicultural and International
By Christopher Connell
At St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, the ties that bind both the international and the multicultural student services offices are particularly strong, reflecting the conviction that it is vital to prepare students for a diverse world after graduation.
Departments and Columns
From the Editors
Equal Human Rights for All
By Elaina Loveland
- United States and South Korea Ink Exchange Agreement
- Global Education Grant Goes to “New York Six”
- Canada Launches New International Education Strategy
- Report Reveals Top Study Destinations for Indian Students
- Record High Number of U.S. Undergraduates Study in United Kingdom
- Russia Paves Way for Graduate Study Abroad
- Contributions to NAFSA Rainbow Scholarship Fund Soar
- Winter Issue of Journal of Studies in International Education
Blending Learning: New Tools Mean New Opportunities
By Janet Hulstrand
Foreign Student Affairs
Overcoming Obstacles: Advising International Students With Disabilities
By Karen Doss Bowman
International Education Supply and Demand: Forecasting the Future
By Alan Ruby
Gender and Identity
By Emily Dayton
Annual Intensive Language Supplement
Arabic Is Blooming
By Vicki Valosik
For strategic, business, and cultural reasons, Arabic programs have grown rapidly at U.S. institutions—even surpassing some traditional favorites.
By Charlotte West
English-taught courses are rapidly multiplying across Europe.