This article explores ways that we can respectfully observe Thanksgiving and utilize an intercultural approach to the holiday.
This article focuses on several practices for supporting students with disabilities in study abroad.
This report is timely in that it provides the beginnings of an action plan to support the rhetoric associated with both diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and internationalization that is commonplace on so many campuses.
The aim of this critical publication is to provide faculty with increased awareness and some easy-to-use ideas and actions to better understand, support and engage international students in the classroom.
This article focuses on a survey that was conducted amongst professionals in the field. It discusses burnout in the field and tips for leaders on how to mitigate.
The Global C3 hub is an innovative workspace that offers educators a network to connect with others through a global community to inspire inquiry-based learning in the classroom and strengthen global education. Case study on K-6 virtual curriculum.
The Global Education Office of Virginia Commonwealth University reflects on meaningful intercultural experiences to students in a virtual environment as response to the travel restrictions during the global pandemic.
Reflections on how the Center for European Studies at UNC Chapel Hill initiatives can attract and support minority undergraduate and graduate students to engage in international programming on a local level before venturing abroad.
A case study of a course centered around oral history as an educational strategy, bringing relationship and lived experience into dialogue with academic knowledge through filmed interviews with members of the Hispanic community in Florida.
This article explores how interdisciplinary, intergenerational, and interracial collaboration, as carried out through in-person campus/community partnerships and remote trans-local connections, can foster intercultural learning.
A case study of an online collaborative course between Metropolitan State University of Denver, La Universidad del Valle de Atemajac, La Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, and SRH University Heidelberg in Spring 2021.
This article focuses on recommendations for good practices in hosting or participating in virtual events, from meetings to webinars to modules. It is based on over a year of observation and adaptation in the virtual and hybrid world.
As we consider reaching out to students about study abroad and marketing study abroad to them, let us consider the needs of our diverse students and work with them to reimagine their own global education and engagement.
This article will discuss the repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic on women in international education and how the field can move forward in supporting women to gain leadership roles and continue promoting inclusion and belonging in the workplace.
This article, senior-level practitioners, those with 10 or more years of experience within education abroad, were asked to share insights for newer professionals on how they can build a career that advances equity and justice for all students
If advancing diversity, equity, inclusion and racial justice is one of your goals for 2021 here are four ways you can progress toward this goal.
While this article is aimed at U.S. based institutions, we hope global university sites and partner organizations will adapt the recommendations to fit the needs of their international student population.
With the pandemic as a backdrop, this article takes a narrative approach to discussing teaching in the midst of a global lockdown.
This article will use the COVID-19 pandemic to contextualize international learners as a vulnerable campus population, and recommend promising practices for emergency preparedness that helps reduce these vulnerabilities.
The U.S. has been the most popular study abroad destination for decades even after social and economic turmoil like the 9.11 attacks and the 2008 financial crisis.