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Weathering the Storm
By David Tobenkin
The financial crisis in recent years as hit the higher education sector in several European countries hard, but they are up for the challenge.
Leaving Light Footprints
By Karen Leggett
International educators are striving to make education abroad sustainable environmentally, economically, and culturally to help students become better citizens of the world.
By Kim Fernandez
Profiles of five entrepreneurs who found their life's direction while engaged in education abroad.
IUPUI—Choosing Partners Carefully for an Urban Research University
By Christopher Connell
Strategic partnerships are a cornerstone of internationalization efforts at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI).
Departments and Columns
From the Editors
The Storm Cloud's Sliver Lining
By Elaina Loveland
Letting International Students Start Businesses Is a Win-Win for the United States
By Stuart Anderson
- Book review of International Students and Global Mobility in Higher Education: National Trends and New Directions
- Indian Students Look to Germany
- Improving Economies, One Job at a Time
- Immigration Agency Welcomes First Public Advocate
- China, Internationalization, and Dual-Degree Programs Featured in JSIE
- NAFSA Executive Director Appointed to New DHS Council
- China Scholarships―The 100,000 Strong Initiative
- Sizing Up the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
- Looking Ahead: Higher Education Trends in the Next Decade
Voices: After the Bubble—Ireland Works to Rebound
Expanding Horizons: Opportunities and
Challenges of Consortia
By Janet Hulstrand
Foreign Student Affairs
By Marian Kisch
A Longstanding Relationship Becomes a New Partnership
By Alan Dessoff
Global Citizenship: What Are We Talking About and Why Does It Matter?
By Madeleine F. Green
Braids in Beijing
By Senzeni Mpofu