Dollars and Sense: Universities, International Students, and the Intellectual Capital of the Future
By Setphen G. Pelletier
International students are often seen through the lens of short-term economic benefit, but a look at longer-term data show how powerfully they infuse their intellectual capital into the United States.
More Mobility, More Competition
By Mark Toner
Amid a newly challenging recruiting environment, U.S. institutions will need to leverage all of their competitive advantages to meet their enrollment goals and sustain their global preeminence.
Finding Your Way
By Janet Hulstrand
Millennials and the young professionals of Generation Z wondering how to develop a career in international education are encountering a field that has changed considerably and that continues to evolve.
Departments and Columns
From the Editor in Chief
Restocking the Toolbox
By Scott Cech
- What Will Be the Next Big Challenges That International Education Leaders Will Face?
- What We Stand For--and Against
- How Important is Professional Development to a Campus's International Education Programs?
- Sepcial Message from the CEO
- Agent Use and Recruitment Budgets Jump, Internationalization Gathers Momentum
- "Teaching with Digital Stories" Wins Innovative Research Award
- Japan's International Student Enrollment Up 30 Percent Over Three Years
- Incoming International Students Up, Scholars Down
Theory and Reality: Research, History, and Brevity
An interview with Alan Ruby
Making It Fresh
By Charlotte West
International Student Affairs
How to Ensure Your International Student Services Program Meets Student Needs
By Menachem Wecker
Root and Branch
By John T. Crist
International Education Leadership
Leading Into Africa
By Jenny Rogers
Defending the Value Proposition of Education Abroad? Get Realistic
By Anthony C. Ogden