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One Path — Many Destinations
By Kim Fernandez
Five success stories with one important thing in common: study abroad.
Building Partnerships: Indonesia and the United States
By Alan Dessoff
Two highly diverse nations are working to form greater higher education partnerships for mutual benefit.
Windfall Scholarships for Education Abroad
By Janet Hulstrand and Elaina Loveland
Large gifts for students to go abroad can bring plentiful opportunities. Sometimes, it can also bring changes to education abroad offices dealing with an influx of funds.
Weaving Service Into Study Abroad
By Christopher Connell
Combining service with study abroad Loyola University Maryland students make a difference.
Departments and Columns
From the Editors
Leading Comprehensive Internationalization
By Christopher Murphy
Doing What We Can
By Marlene Johnson
- Germany Ranks Number One for International Education Policies
- Bilingualism Found to Improve Brain Health
- Business Schools Urged to Embrace Globalization
- Turkey Hopes to Entice Foreign Students with Health Care Coverage
- China Looks to Double International Student Population
- Supporting International Students Whose Home Countries Are in Crisis
- $1 Million Donation to Study Abroad from USF President
- In Memoriam: Forrest G. Moore, Founder and Former President of NAFSA
- Journal Topics Include Bologna Update, Internationalization
- Book Review: Higher Education in Turmoil: The Changing World of Internationalization
Foreign Student Affairs
You're on Facebook…Now What?
By Charlotte West
Evolution of a Successful Partnership
By Carol Werhan and Mary Hurwood
A View From Out Here
When the Worst Case Scenario Happens
By Ellen H. Badger
Bridging the Gulf
By John Battenburg
Teaching the Teacher