At last week’s NAFSA annual conference in Los Angeles, the Institute for International Education (IIE) released the 2016 data on student mobility trends for intensive English programs. At the NAFSA session on Tuesday held by EnglishUSA, IIE, and the US Commercial Service, several important points were made about this data. Here is a recap of some […]
Second in a series about President-elect Trump’s plans and how they can affect International Education. This post focuses on the ban on Muslims.
Recently, I posted a link on my Facebook page and Twitter feed to share NAFSA‘s release of the latest data from their International Student Economic Value Tool. The EVT is basically a study that NAFSA does each year to provide an idea of the economic contribution that each international student makes to his/her local community, […]
International educators in the United States and around the world reel from the results of the US presidential election on November 8, 2016. What does this mean for IEP professionals, and how do we move forward? Today is November 15, 2016, and it has been one week since the results of the American presidential election […]
It was great to be back at the NAFSA Annual Conference again after last year’s maternity leave-related hiatus. Familiar faces, fantastic sessions, great connections–there are so many reasons to love this conference! Here are a few of the aspects of the conference that I enjoyed the most this year.