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
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
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
We’ve recently witnessed a spate of new books authored by policy wonks which aim to re-examine the mission of the university in the United States and whether we need to “unbundle” how we educate students. Their titles are provocative, like The End of College, and they consider rising tuition and debt which burden large numbers of students and their families. Although we’ve left the worst of the recession behind us –especially with a sharp rebound in the unemployment figures which always favor job seekers with college diplomas – there is a lot of attention being given to new thinking regarding the linkage of higher education to the global workforce and the so-called “return on investment” of a college education….
I’m sure you’re well aware of the ambitious initiative of IIE to support academic institutions in the United States with the goal of doubling the
On the NAFSA: Association of International Educators blog page, I wrote: http://blog.nafsa.org/2015/04/24/closing-the-expectation-gap-between-students-employers/ Overview of results from a January 2015 survey by the Association of American