Act Globally
By Glenn Cook
Students and faculty take performing global as study abroad programs focused on drama show audiences how to view history in a new light, learn about social justice issues more deeply, heal wounds from genocide in Rwanda, and heal from apartheid in South Africa.

Tradition and History Meet Global Education at the College of William & Mary
By Charlotte West
The second-oldest institution of higher education in the United States now boasts the highest percentage of undergraduates participating in study abroad programs among all public universities in the country.

Annual Health and Insurance Section
Health Forms 2.0: Developing an Ethical and Effective Health History Disclosure Process for Education Abroad
By Julie Anne Friend

Departments and Columns

From the Editor

Parting Words
By Elaina Loveland

In Brief

  • Making the Case for Immigration Reform
  • The Importance of International Research Experiences for Graduate Students
  • Higher Self-Confidence Reported After Study Abroad
  • Battling Corruption in Higher Education
  • Most Innovative Universities in Asia
  • NAFSA Hosts First-Ever Research Symposium
  • Journal of Studies in International Education


Leading Study Abroad: An interview with Arcadia University President Nicolette DeVille Christensen
By Ken Budd

Education Abroad

Advancing Faculty-Led Programs at Community Colleges
By Janet Hulstrand

International Enrollment

From East To West: Trends in Chinese Student Recruitment
By Dana Wilkie

A View From Out Here

“I Could Be You”: Reflections of an Instructor in Cairo>
By Amani Elshimi

In Focus

A Breathtaking View, A Spiritual Connection
By Cindy Rosero