ACE has added a link to a new report on international higher education partnerships. International Higher Education Partnerships: A Global Review of Standards and Practices is based on an analysis of standards of good practice set forth by organizations in the U.S. and around the world. The paper identifies key issues entailed in developing and implementing sound international partnerships, and explores strategies for addressing them effectively. Examples and advice from a variety of programs and institutions are included. This resource can be found in the Partnerships and Collaboration section as a free publication.
ACE has added a link to a new report on joint and dual degrees. Mapping International Joint and Dual Degrees: U.S. Program Profiles and Perspectives explores international joint and dual degree programs administered by U.S. colleges and universities. Topics include program characteristics and policies, academic focus areas, partner locations, and programmatic challenges, as well as the role of joint and dual degree programs in broader institutional strategy and planning. This resource can be found in the Curriculum section as a free publication.
Two new resources were added this month:
AIEA’s Provost’s Perspectives series has been updated. The link can be found in the Institutional Structures section as a free publication.
AIEA has also added an Issue Brief on state government involvement in international higher education. This resource can be found in the Community Engagement and Advocacy section as a free publication.
ACE has added a link to a new paper on campus internationalization at HBCUs. Creating Global Citizens: Challenges and Opportunities for Internationalization at HBCUs is the culmination of a three-year research project that was funded in part by the U.S. Department of Education, where seven HBCUs worked with ACE to develop campus-wide internationalization strategies. Their experiences and reflections make up the bulk of the report. This resource can be found in the Comprehensive Internationalization section as a free publication.
Several new resources have been added this month:
NAFSA added two resources to the Curriculum section of the resource database. Global Learning: Defining, Designing, Demonstrating provides a definition and rationale for the term global learning, as well as related student learning outcomes in an effort to help campus practitioners work together more effectively. A second new entry, Internationalizing the Curriculum links to a series of NAFSA resources from its colloquia on internationalizing teacher education; business, legal, and medical/public health education; and internationalizing general ed and the STEM disciplines.
NAFSA’s Trends & Insights series, the link to which can be found in Additional Resources, recently published its 20th article. The short articles highlight significant discussions in international higher education, with insights from respected leaders in the field.
There are two new AIEA updates this month.
AIEA Listserv Summaries
There are three new AIEA Listserv Summaries this month of compiled responses to questions posted to the AIEA listserv. New summaries include examples of how institutions without a SIO structure their internationalization efforts, responses to whether institutions make testing accommodations for non-native English speakers, and a compilation of International Education “Provocateurs.” This resource can be found in the Conferences, list-servs, and periodicals section under list-servs.
Provost’s Perspective on Internationalization
AIEA has posted a new “Provosts’ Perspective” interview with Stephen Garton, Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney. This series sheds light on the internationalization of higher education from the perspectives of the individuals responsible for the academic functioning of colleges and universities. This resource can be found in the Comprehensive Internationalization section as a free publication.
ACE has added two new resources. The first is a link to the latest series of Internationalization in Action, which features institutional strategies and good practices gathered from experts in the field. The current installment is a four-part series on internationalizing the curriculum. This resource can be found in the Curriculum section as a web resource.
The second ACE resource is a link to the ongoing series, International Briefs for Higher Education Leaders. Developed in partnership with the Boston College Center for International Higher Education, the Briefs series is designed to help inform strategic decisions about international programming and initiatives. Aimed at senior university executives who need a quick but incisive perspective on international issues and trends, the Briefs offer analysis and commentary on key countries and topics of importance to higher education worldwide.This resource can be found in the Partnerships and Collaboration section as a free publication.