Spring into Action with New Resources – March 2013

ACE, AIEA, and NAFSA have each contributed resources this month:

ACE has added, Internationalization in Action, to the web resources in the Comprehensive Internationalization section. As part of ACE’s effort to provide guidance to institutions engaged in internationalization, this resource features institutional strategies and good practices gathered from participants in its Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement’s programs as well as from other experts in the field. Topics rotate quarterly, and each installment includes examples, sample documents, and advice from a variety of institutions. The first installment focuses on the Internationalization Committee and can also be found in the section on Institutional Structures.

AIEA‘s Presidential Perspectives Series features a new article entitled “Growing International: Breaking Down Language Barriers and Paochialism” by Alberto Bustani, President of Bustani Sustainable Growth Strategies and Former President of the Monterrey Campus of Tecnologico de Monterrey. To read it, please visit the Comprehensive Internationalization and Institutional Structures section under Free Publications. Additionally, AIEA 2013 Conference presentations are available on the AIEA website. To view them, please visit the Comprehensive Internationalization section under Free Publications.

NAFSA has added two new Trends & Insights papers in recent months: “Higher Education Internationalization: Seeking a New Balance of Values” by Eva Polack of IAU can be found under Comprehensive Internationalization, and George Mehaffy’s “Challenges and Change” in university models under the Curriculum tab.

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