• Education Trends •
  • Globalization through a changing political climate

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    The arrival of International Education Week, following recent public statements on U.S. election results by NAFSA and AIEA, prompted me to dig through my collection of PDFs and bookmarks to re-examine what appears to be a highly relevant set of questions for campus internationalization. How do the terms “international” and “global” apply to day-to-day operations […]

  • China •
  • Internationalization & online education: an interview with Rebecca Clothey Ph.D., Drexel University Professor of Education

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    Rebecca Clothey is a professor of Comparative Education at Drexel University, School of Education and former Director of the M.S. in Higher Education and M.S. in Global and International Education, two graduate programs that are offered online. Her research interests include international higher education policy, equity and access. She was formerly also the Director of […]

  • Resources •
  • How to customize your communication to international students

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    As recruiters book plane tickets, dig up packing lists, and put on their game faces for international travel this fall, some of the most important items they carry will be their student recruitment marketing materials. Around the world students will interact with recruiters, picking up printed information and having face-to-face conversations, bringing it home to […]