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IIENetworker Fall 2006: The Study Abroad Issue



Leading the Way Toward True Global Engagement: A Challenge to American Colleges and Universities
Goucher College's landmark decision to make study abroad an undergraduate requirement.
By Sanford J. Ungar, Goucher College

The Lincoln Commission and the Future of Study Abroad
A summary of the Lincoln Commission's mission to promote study abroad.
By Peter McPherson & William B. DeLauder

Destination India: Opportunities and challenges for Expanding Study Abroad in a Non-Traditional Location
This article examines issues in study abroad in India.
By Jenika Kaul, Johns Hopkins University, and Girish Kaul and Jane Schukoske, U.S. Educational Foundation in India

Heritage-Seeking and Education Abroad: A Case Study
A researched study that explores heritage-seeking education abroad experiences by students of color.
By Stacy Bolton Tsantir and Bradley Titus, University of Minnesota

Special Focus: The State of Research on Heritage-Seeking in Study Abroad.
By David Comp, University of Chicago

Prepare for the Inevitable: The Role of Embassies and Consulates in Study Abroad
By Mary Thompson-Jones, State Department Office of Educational Information and Resources

Harnessing the Ambient Currents: The Opportunities, Challenges and Progression of Initiating a Short-Term Program
By Joshua S. McKeown and Tim Nekritz, SUNY Oswego

Community College Study Abroad: Making Study Abroad Accessible to All Students
By Rosalind Raby, California Colleges for International Education

Going Public: American Gay Students in an Overseas Program
By Eero Jesurun, CIEE/Madrid

Standards Development in Education Abroad
By Geoffrey Bannister, Forum on Education Abroad

Lakeland College in Japan
By Alan Brender, Lakeland College in Japan

Opening Doors to Eastern and Central Europe
By Michael Cochise Young, Flinn Foundation Scholarship Program

LIFE Abroad: A Unique Model for Study Abroad
By Lisa Chieffo and Lesa Griffiths, University of Delaware

An Education Abroad GPS: The Importance of Data Collection
By Glenn Cerosaletti, University of Rochester