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American Council on Education

Essays include:

  • Campus Tools For Internationalization (2007)
  • The Global Learning for All Series (2007)
  • A Handbook for Advancing Comprehensive Internationalization: What Institutions Can Do and What Students Should Learn (2006)
  • Where Faculty Live: Internationalizing the Disciplines (2006)
  • Building a Strategic Framework for Comprehensive Internationalization (2005)
  • Internationalization in U.S. Higher Education: The Student Perspective (2005)
  • Measuring Internationalization (2005)
  • Internationalizing the Campus: A User's Guide (2003)
  • Mapping Internationalization on U.S. Campuses: Final Report (2003)
  • Beyond September 11: A Comprehensive National Policy on International Education (2002)
  • One Year Later: Attitudes About International Education Since September 11 (2002)

Global Challenges and US Higher Education (2003 Duke University Conference).

Essays include:

  • Bousquet, Gilles. Back to the Future: Internationalization in Professional Schools
  • Folks, William R. Producing International Expertise in MBA Programs
    Kedia, Ben L. Kedia and Shirley Daniel. U.S. Business Needs for Employees with International Expertise
  • Green, Madeleine F. The Challenge of Internationalizing Undergraduate Education: Global Learning for All
  • Keohane, Nannerl O. Welcome Address: Working Together to Promote Global Education
  • Hickok, Eugene. A New Class of Duties: - A Message for American Higher Education
  • Hudzik, John K. and David Larsen. Study and Learning Abroad: Integration with and Support for Internationalizing Curriculum and Learning Ward, David. Higher Education and the New International Imperative
  • Inman, Admiral Bobby R. Coping With a Turbulent World: The Critical Role of Education
  • Kennedy, Michael D. The Articulation of International Expertise in the Professions: Representations and Potentials in the Extension of Area Studies
  • McGinnis, Scott. Higher Education Foreign Language Needs: Student Supply & Demand
  • Wagoner, G. Richard. Remarks on Global Challenges and U.S. Higher Education

Institute of International Education

Essays include:

  • Brustein, William I. Paths to Global Competence: Preparing American College Students to Meet the World
  • Henker, Diane. A Global Business Model: Creating Programs Abroad for Business Students
  • J. Walter Thompson Education for the Institute of International Education, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), the British Council, and the Australian Education Office. Study Abroad and Employers: A New Study
  • Jackson, Marily J. Breaking the Barriers to Overseas Study for Students of Color and Minorities
  • Lund, Jennifer A. and Laura Palucki Blak. Student Engagement & Study Abroad: Discoveries in Existing Institutional Data
  • Mehlich, Steffen. Professional Leadership: The International Dimension h
  • Mendolson, Vija G. The Best Laid Plans: Goals Setting as a Tool for Student Learning in Study Abroad
  • Rodriguez, Karen. Imagining Difference: Arts-Based Methods and Study Abroad

Additional Articles

Black Issues in Higher Education.  Special Edition: A World-Class Education.  August 2, 2001.

Dwyer, Mary. “Charting the Impact of Studying Abroad.” International Educator, Winter 2004.

Early, P. Christopher Earley and Elaine Mosakowski.  “Cultural Intelligence.” Harvard Business Review, October 2004, Volume 82, Issue 10.

Engle, Lilli and John Engle. “Study Abroad Levels: Toward a Classification of Program Types.Frontiers: Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad. Fall 2003.

Engle, Mendenhall, Powers, and Stedham.  “Conceptualizing the global competency cube.” Journal of European Industrial Training, 25/7 (2001)

Gacel-Avila, Jocelyne. “The Internationalisation of Higher Education: A Paradigm for Global Citizenry.” Journal of Studies in International Education. 2005 9: 121-136

Green, Madeleine F. “Joining the World: The Challenge of Internationalizing Undergraduate Education.” Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning. May/June 2002.

Grusky, Sara. “International Service Learning.” American Behavioral Scientist, 43/5, Feb 2000.

Knight, Jane. “Updating the Definition of Internationalization.” International Higher Education, Fall2003.

Marcum, John A. “What Direction for Study Abroad? Eliminate the Roadblocks.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 47/36, 2001.

Maxwell, David and Nina Garrett. “Meeting National Needs: The Challenge to Language Learning in Higher Education.”  Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning. May/June 2002

Roochnik, David. “What Direction for Study Abroad? First, Look Homeward.” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 47/36, 2001.

Sherlock, Patrick. “Emotional intelligence in the international curriculum. Journal of Research in International Education, 1/2 2002.

The Strategic Taskforce on Education Abroad. Securing America's Future: Global Education for a Global Age.  NAFSA: Association of International Educators. November 2003.

Treverton, Gregory F. and Tora K. Bikson. New Challenges for International Leadership: Positioning the United States for the 21st Century. The RAND Corporation: 2003.

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