IIENetworker Magazine Fall 2005 - Diversity in International Education

Write a Review
Adding to cart… The item has been added


  • Breaking the Barriers to Overseas Study for Students of Color and Minorities By Marilyn Jackson, San Francisco State University
  • Why Students of Color Should Apply for a Fulbright By Tony Claudino and Didier Sylvain, Institute of International Education
  • Increasing National Diversity in Study Abroad By Michelle Pickard, Institute of International Education and Margery A. Ganz, Spelman College
  • Programmatic Diversity vs. Unplanned Information Flows By Georg Schütte, Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, Germany
  • Nurturing Leadership and Social Change: The Mission of the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program By Joan Dassin, Ford Foundation
  • International Fellowship Program Building Study Abroad Acceptance Among Hispanic Students The Value of Talking to the Hispanic Family By Pat LeMay Burr, University of the Incarnate Word
  • Project for Learning Abroad (PLATO): An Integrated Study Abroad, Training, Certification, and Diversity Outreach Program By Gary Rhodes and Hai Hong, Center for Global Education at Loyola Marymount University
  • Diversity in International Education: Cultivating Non-Traditional Exchanges in Sub-Saharan Africa By Nagy Tibor, Texas Technical University
  • Sustainability Through Diversification By Fiona Buffinton, Australian Education International (AEI)
  • The Science of Study Abroad: Why Scientists and Engineers Don't Go Abroad, Why They Should, and How to Make it Happen By Megan Brenn-White, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
  • How Are We Doing? A Survey on Students with Disabilities in Study Abroad By Michele Scheib, Mobility International U.S.A.