Futao Huang 09 June 2020
A series of podcasts for people affected by COVID-19.
Special Issue: Assessment as Pedagogy in Education Abroad Guest Editors Kris Acheson-Clair, Katherine Yngve, Aletha Stahl, and Lan Jin of Purdue University's CILMAR invite you to submit your original research on assessment as pedagogy in education abroad. Interested colleagues are invited to send abstracts or concept descriptions for informal feedback by July 1 by…
Karin Fischer - Free A weekly newsletter about what matters in global higher education and why. Get insight from a journalist with more than a decade of experience on the changing relationship between American colleges and the world.
Geoff Maslen 01 June 2020
John K Hudzik 06 June 2020
On May 29, U.S. President Trump issued a presidential proclamation that suspends entry to the United States of F and J graduate students and researchers from China who have a current or previous connection—through funding, employment, study, or research—to a Chinese entity associated with China's "military-civil fusion strategy." Undergraduate students are exempt from the proclamation,…
International Education Chat with Elspeth Jones
by Hans De Wit