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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Making Strides South of the SaharaDana Wilkie
In sub-Saharan Africa, three major needs—to improve awareness of HIV/AIDS, increase access to distance learning, and develop better teacher education—are high priorities. Many universities, corporations, and organizations from abroad are stepping in to help the region address these challenges.
Nursing Goes GlobalSusan Ladika
Florence Nightingale, the mother of nursing, left home to care for the sick and wounded soldiers in the Crimean War. Today’s nurses are serving the needs of our global community and graduate nursing programs are up to the challenge as they internationalize curricula.
Study Abroad Mandate Brings Students and Challenges to Goucher CollegeChristopher Connell
What began as a small woman's college in 1885, Goucher College has now become the first traditional liberal arts college in the nation (now co-educational) to require everyone to have an education abroad experience.
Across CulturesShifting Demographics in Sub-Saharan Africa
By Juba Shabani
FrontlinesCreating Staying Power for U.S.-Based Internationals
By Stuart Anderson
ForumBecoming North American
By Robert Pastor
Third Annual Health and Insurance SupplementWhy Insurance?
By Joanna Holvey Bowles
What’s in YOUR policy?
By Julie Friend
From the EditorsWhen the United States Catches a Cold...
- NAFSA and NASULGC Launch Center for Study Abroad
- NAFSA Outlines Policy Proposals for Incoming Administration
- Celebrate International Education Week 2008
- Expanding Opportunities in China
- Lieutenant Governors Call For U.S. International Education Policy
- Lofty Goals in Asia
- Movement to End Free Tuition for Foreign Students in Sweden, Finland
- NAFSA Web Site Wins Gold Circle Award
- $17 Million Windfall for International Initiatives at Spelman
- Tighter Rules in UK for Foreign Students
Past as Prologue2000–2008: A Roller Coaster Ride
VoicesJan Figel of the European Commission Student Mobility in the European Union
Education AbroadAbroad After Graduation
By Charlotte West
Foreign Student AffairsWorking with LGBT International Students
By Eve Katz