NAFSA Research Connections provides administrators, scholars, advisers, senior international officers, students and other interested parties:
New research updated regularly.
Find posts and abstracts for new research and scholarship on critical issues such as diversity and inclusion, ethical internationalization, global learning and teaching innovation, intercultural communication and understanding, and assessments and outcomes.
- NAFSA Research Symposium - Connect with others and talk about your research (Blog post)
- Woldegiyorgis, Ayenachew A., Douglas Proctor, and Hans de Wit. 2018. Internationalization of research: Key considerations and concerns. Journal of Studies in International Education.
- Institute of International Education (IIE). 2018. Study abroad matters: Linking higher education to the contemporary workplace through international experience. New York, NY: IIE.
- Schulmann, Paul, and Cindy Le. 2018. Navigating a new paradigm for international student recruitment. New York, NY: World Education Services.
- McConachy, Troy. 2018. Critically engaging with cultural representations in foreign language textbooks. Intercultural Education.
- Duerden, Mat D., et al. 2018. Understanding the unique nature of the adolescent study abroad experience. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education.
Weekly and monthly bibliographies in the library.
Find a compilation of new research and scholarship in one place.
- Weekly Bibliography (6/15/18)
- Weekly Bibliography (6/8/18)
- Weekly Bibliography (5/25/18)
- Monthly Bibliography (April 2018)
- Global Studies Literature Review (GSLR)
- Funding opportunities available in 2017/18
- Guest blog post on global learning and community-campus partnerships
- Identification of research resources
Discussions, questions, commentary in the discussion forum.
- Where are the current gaps in international education research and scholarship?
- How do we integrate global learning across curricular and cocurricular programming?
- What resources are being used (and considered useful) in research?
- Research requests and calls for contributors
For questions, please contact NAFSA Research.