Have your attention? I’ve been thinking a lot about this for months, and now that graduation time is upon us (in the U.S.), I thought I’d again throw out this question (which I did raise on my Twitter feed awhile ago)… A recent op-ed… Continue Reading “Why Shouldn’t Campuses Help Every College Student Obtain a Passport to Graduate?”
Based on a national online chat I just participated in conducted by NAFSA: Association of International Educators (www.nafsa.org), it’s safe to say that fear and confusion dominates daily life for many of the one million international students studying in the U.S. And this is… Continue Reading “How are one million international students studying in U.S. coping post-election?”
I wanted to make it easy to tap into some of my recent work, so here’s a link to several short blogs and other pieces of work I’ve done for NAFSA: Association of International Educators: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/nafsa-professional-development-resources-martin-tillman?trk=prof-post I welcome your comments !
I’m pleased to share this guest post by Kristen Aquilino, International Career Fellow in the Elon Student Professional Development Center. Elon is one of the many campuses I cite in my publication for AIFS: “Campus Best Practices Supporting Education Abroad & Student Career Development (2014):… Continue Reading “Elon University’s Purposeful Plan to Link Education Abroad & Student Career Development”
In this closing blog in a series of three posts by Jerome Rickmann, he outlines a unique effort in the EU to create a European Centre for Career Development & Entrepreneurship. I’m grateful for this extended discussion by Jerome about the role of career… Continue Reading “Looking Ahead — The Discourse of Internationalization of Career Services in German Universities: Part III”
The author makes a critical point about the prospects of the rising numbers of internsational students providing a window on the world for U.S. students who might otherwise have little opportunity to interact with non-American students. However, this presumes that every campus recruiting international… Continue Reading “A Call to (Open) Arms for U.S. Higher Education”
A Guest Post by Jerome Rickmann Director, International Talent Acquisition & Project Development EBC Hochschule (a private multi-campus business school in Berlin) I’m very pleased to have Jerome begin a three-part post on internationization of career services at German universities. We met at… Continue Reading “Internationalization of Career Services at German Universities: Part I of III”