International Educator (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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Promise of Peace
Since the 1990s, Bosnia-Herzegovina has been recovering from war and has begun the process of healing. The higher education system shows potential to build a brighter future for country and colleges and universities from abroad are also helping to promote peace and understanding in the spirit of reconciliation and rebuilding.
U.S. philanthropic foundations are helping improve the standards and quality of international higher education by sen7ding students abroad, funding foreign students and scholars, research initiatives in foreign universities, and programs that combine the efforts of researchers from different countries.
Concordia College Leads With Languages
Minnesota’s Corcordia College is known for its early emphasis on integrating the study of foreign languages into its curriculum and also for its innovative summertime educational festival, Concordia Language Villages.
From the Editors
- Employers Weigh in on Value of Education Abroad
- Microsoft’s Bill Gates Testifies on U.S. Immigration Policy
- Globalization, Service-Learning Explored in Research Journal
- Report Recaps Meeting on International Student Enrollment
- NAFSA and Partner Groups Issue Visa Recommendations
- New Brochures for Hosts, International Students in Community Programs
Planning for Higher Education Changes in Madagascar
Fred M. Hayward and Hanitra Rasoanampoizina
Social Networking Goes Abroad
Kristine Murray and Rhonda Waller
Foreign Student Affairs
The Devil’s in the Details
Measuring Return on Investment in International Student Recruitment
View from Out Here
Life in Dakar: The Suffolk University Experience
Education Abroad to Nontraditional Locations
Flashes of Light