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By Susan Ladika
Faculty and students try to prevent and heal wounds of one of the greatest atrocities our world faces—human trafficking.
Don't Be Socially Awkward!
By Charlotte West
Social media is all the rage—but there are risks that institutions should prepare for to use social media responsibly.
Saint Benedict and Saint John's
By Christopher Connell
These liberal arts colleges have a well-coordinated approach to internationalization.
Departments and Columns
From the Editors
Giving a Voice to the Powerless
By Elaina Loveland
- NACAC Report on Commission-Based International Student Recruitment
- UNESCO Introduces "Global Learning Cities Network"
- U.S. Community Colleges as a Model for India
- New Zealand Invests in International Education
- Who's Leading Global Innovation?
- U.S. Senate Approves Immigration Bill
- Book Review—Global Student Experience: An International and Comparative Perspective
Preparing Faculty to Teach Abroad: Best Practices and Lessons Learned
By Janet Hulstrand
Foreign Student Affairs
A Tale of Two Borders: Assisting Border Commuter Students
By Karen Doss Bowman
View From Out Here
Moving Past the Agent Debate
By Alan Ruby
A Sense of Community
By Miriam Moeller
International Enrollment Management Supplement
By Dana Wilkie
Using agents for international recruiting is a well-established key for opening markets in several regions of the world and many nations' universities use them. But it remains controversial in the United States despite some recent incremental shifts in attitudes.