April Additions 2012

This month we are excited to announce resource contributions from AIEA, IIE, and NAFSA:

AIEA‘s Presidential Perspectives Series features a new article by Queen’s University (Canada) Principal and Vice-Chancellor Daniel Woolf entitled, PSE Globality: What are the Marks of a Truly Global Post-secondary Educational Institution and How Do We Benchmark Them? Please visit the Comprehensive Internationalization and Institutional Structures section under free publications to read it. Additionally, AIEA has posted a link to their 2012 Annual Conference presentations in the Comprehensive Internationalization section.

IIE has added three new resources under the Partnerships & Collaboration section.  The first, Developing Strategic International Partnerships, features an instructive panorama of partnership programs from around the world and can be found under publications for purchase. The second, Global Partnerships Service (GPS), is a program that offers expertise to higher education institutions around the world seeking academic partnerships in the U.S.  This resource can be found under programs & institutes.  Lastly, the International Academic Partnership Program (IAPP), located in the events section, provides information on the year-long program.

NAFSA added another in its series of white papers on the impact of study abroad on curriculum.  Study Abroad in U.S. Business Management Education looks at how leading business schools are aligning curricula with the skills that are needed in the global marketplace, and can be found in both the Education Abroad and Curricula resource sections under free publications.

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