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IE Nov/Dec10

Ripple Effects—The Bologna Process, Ten Years On

By Charlotte West
After a decade of change in Europe, the Bologna Process is influencing how nations outside the European Higher Education Area look at their own higher education systems and their interrelations. Read Article Button


Learning from the Past—Abroad

By Janet Hulstrand
Learning about historical events firsthand in locations where they took place doesn't just teach about the past, it helps students make connections to events that have shaped today's societies and developed today's cultures.

From the Steel City to Qatar, Carnegie Mellon University Pursues a Global Course

By Christopher Connell
Carnegie Mellon University has gone global with its Global Awareness Across the Curriculum initiative that has launched new courses exploring international topics and themes.

Departments and Columns

From the Editors

From Bobbio to Bologna
By Christopher Murphy

Education Abroad

Education Abroad for Freshman
By Inge Steglitz

View from Out Here

Experiencing International Education from the Other Side
By John Battenburg


Global Education for All: An interview with Carol Geary Schneider
By Elaina Loveland

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The Global "Imagined Community" - International Education and Global Civil Society
By James Skelly


Higher Education Partners With the United Nations
By Alan Dessoff

In Brief

  • Admission Offers to Prospective International Students from U.S. Grad Schools Up in 2010
  • Asian Business Schools Form Recruitment
  • Canada Launches International Education
    Marketing Group
  • Mexico Expands Online University
  • Court Upholds Florida Ban on Publicly Funded
    Travel to Certain Countries
  • Putting Israel on the Map for Study Abroad
  • Universities Unite to Focus on Development in
  • USAID is working. Developed in partnership
    with African higher education and government
  • Journal Explores Experiences of International

In Focus

IE Nov/Dec10 InFocus
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Fifth Annual Health and Insurance Supplement

Travel Warnings: Developing Effective Response

By Julie Friend

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Learning the System
By Kim Fernandez

Ensuring that international students carry adequate health insuranceis no small task, say university administrators. And they're not sure things aren't about to go from bad to worse.