UNIVERSITIES LAUNCHING PATHWAYS THEMSELVES, PART 3

As seen in The PIE... By Larry, Rick, & Vanessa Andrade NOTE: In addition to Larry and Rick, who authored blogs #1 and #2, we have another co-author on this blog: Vanessa Andrade is Director, International Partnership & Program Development and Deputy Senior International Officer at California State University, Northridge.  Vanessa brings over 20 years … Continue reading UNIVERSITIES LAUNCHING PATHWAYS THEMSELVES, PART 3

UNIVERSITIES LAUNCHING PATHWAYS THEMSELVES (PART 4 of 4)

As see in The PIE... (In addition to Larry Kuiper and Rick Rattray, Mark Grace, the former Senior Director of Academic Affairs at NAFSA has contributed to this post.) Student Services Under the circumstances of past few weeks, it’s almost hard to imagine a calm time when international students will once again be returning to … Continue reading UNIVERSITIES LAUNCHING PATHWAYS THEMSELVES (PART 4 of 4)

IS YOUR SHIP SINKING, OR IS THE TIDE JUST GOING OUT?

In light of yesterday's Chronicle article reminding us that IEP enrollments are down, it's important to focus on working from "where we are" rather than "where we'd like to be." In our current international student market, some institutions are still growing international enrollments. And many who aren't growing are still making incredible things happen to … Continue reading IS YOUR SHIP SINKING, OR IS THE TIDE JUST GOING OUT?

MINDSET BEFORE FOOTPRINT: HOW INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS CAN MOVE THE NEEDLE

Every day, a new adventure – for us and for our international students. And we know that these heart-opening and often mind-blowing experiences are more than academic, are more than adventure: they are diplomatic, they are building inter-cultural competencies. We know that every day, we are contributing to a more just, a more open, a … Continue reading MINDSET BEFORE FOOTPRINT: HOW INTERNATIONAL EDUCATORS CAN MOVE THE NEEDLE