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Perceptions of international student retention vary substantially

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Perceptions of retention factors differ considerably between what international students actually think and what colleges and universities view as retention issues, according to a new national survey released today by NAFSA: Association of International Educators. In the three-phase research project, funded by ELS, entitled U.S. Study of International Undergraduate Retention: Implications and Gaps between International Education Professionals and International Students, ... Read More »

Five outstanding international educators recognized with NAFSA awards


During the 66th annual conference of NAFSA: Association of International Educators, five outstanding international educators were presented with prestigious NAFSA awards. This year’s award recipients are Gayle Woodruff for the Marita Houlihan Award; Joy Stevenson for the Homer Higbee Award; and John Greisberger, Robert Locke, and Connie Perdreau for NAFSA Life Membership Awards. The Cassandra Pyle Award was presented yesterday ... Read More »

University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman awarded NAFSA’s prestigious Cassandra Pyle Award


At the opening of NAFSA: Association of International Educators’ 66th Annual Conference, University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman was presented with the prestigious Cassandra Pyle Award for Leadership and Collaboration in International Educational Exchange. This award recognizes Dr. Coleman’s longtime leadership and commitment to global education and fostering international collaboration. About Dr. Mary Sue Coleman Screenshot 2014-05-16 10.20.54Throughout her ... Read More »

Secretary Kerry announces first grant winners at President Obama’s 100,000 strong in the Americas partnership launch


In partnership with NAFSA: Association of International Educators and Partners of the Americas, Secretary of State John Kerry announced today the first group of U.S. higher education institutions selected to receive grants as part of President Obama’s 100,000 Strong in the Americas initiative: University of Arizona, University of North Texas, University of Rhode Island, and Northampton Community College. These grants ... Read More »

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