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Supply and Demand: Building a Fluent WorkforceJanet Hulstrand
Being proficient in a foreign language is becoming increasingly important to the global workforce in today's 'flat' world. Even within each nation, more than one language is commonly spoken. In the United States, many different languages are spoken in places of business, hospitals, schools, and on the streets, especially in large metropolitan areas.
International by DesignNicole Branan
Tomorrow's architects learn from past masters in education abroad "studio" programs around the world. The University of Michigan, for example, takes students across the globe to learn about architecture, urban planning, and design approaches tailored to the unique requirements of each place.
The Goats' Milk of Human Kindness
- Top 10 Things to Do on Your Campus During an Election Year
- Remember to Vote!
- State Department Promotes Safe, Smart Travel to Students
- Survey Says: U.S. Image Improving
- Where Are U.S. Citizens Most Welcomed?
- Paving the Way for More U.S. Students Abroad
- Journal Highlights Research on Loneliness, Sense of Security in International Students
- Awards to International Educator, Internationalization Report Questions Surround Homeland Security's OPT Rule
- Book Review of Teaching American Students: A Guide for International Faculty and Teaching Assistants in Colleges and Universities
From the EditorsA Double-edged Sword
Past as Prologue1990–1999: A Decade of Growth and New Initiatives
VoicesPatricia de Stacy Harrison, president and CEO, Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Higher Education and Public Diplomacy
Education AbroadGrowing Rapidly at Small, Medium, and Large Institutions
Foreign Student AffairsInternational Students in U.S. Boarding Schools
By Eve Katz
View From Out HereThen and Now: Observations and Study Abroad in Spain in 1977 and 2007
International EnrollmentBuilding Education Brands
ForumThe Imperial Tongue: English as the Dominating Academic Language