(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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Not So Glacial ChangesNicole Branan
Global climate change is fast becoming an issue that involves all global citizens in every nation. Because of its borderless nature, climate change presents the perfect opportunity for international education collaboration.
Degrees of SuccessDavid Tobenkin
Going Home, Giving BackChristopher Connell
International students clearly benefit the U.S. economy. But what is the future value of the education these students receive when as measured by the contributions they make when they return home? IE spotlights three former international students who have impacted their home countries and the international community.
Supplement - First-time Conference Attendees
If you are attending the NAFSA conference for the first time, you are not alone—among the expected 8,000 attendees there will be more than 2,000 newcomers. The opportunities are virtually endless for you to benefit from the conference experience in Washington, D.C., May 25-30, 2008, so don't be shy!
Download the First-timers Brochure (1.6mb )
Other resources for first-time conference attendees will be collected on the NAFSA Web site. Sign up for the "Navigating NAFSA's 2008 Annual Conference and Expo" webinar or plan ahead to make the most of your conference experience before you arrive in D.C.
- College-Bound Students Desire Education Abroad, Internships, Fluency
- NAFSA Urges Bush to Lift Restrictions on Academic and Family Travel to Cuba
- Secure Borders and Open Doors Advisory Committee Releases Final Report
- Duke Windfall to Support International Students
- Newly Updated Immigration Classifications Poster
- Forum on Education Abroad Releases Code of Ethics
- In Memoriam: Robert J. Brennan, Advocate for International Exchange
- Book Notes: Review of A History of U.S. Study Abroad: Beginnings to 1965 By William W. Hoffa
- Opportunities for U.S. Minority Heritage-Seeking Students,
- Stress in International Students Featured in Research Journal
- New e-Publications on Financing Education Abroad
From the EditorsA Human Face for an Environmental Problem
Front LinesTen Years of NAFSA Advocacy: Promoting U.S. Soft Power Through Student and Scholar Exchange
Victor C. Johnson
Across CulturesEntrepreneurship and Technology in Estonia
Past as PrologueFrom Cambodia to Iran: 1970-1979
VoicesMexico Rising: Interview with Vicente Fox, Former Mexican President
Education AbroadFaculty Abroad: What Do These Innocents Need to Know?
View from Out HereShort-Term Abroad with Long-Term Benefits
William Lenz and Joseph Wister
Foreign Student AffairsCounseling: Forging a Cultural Bridge
ForumStaying Competitive with Europe