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IIENetworker Spring 2012: Engaging Faculty in Internationalization

This issue of IIENetworker highlights a wide range of innovative ways that colleges, universities, governments, and other organizations encourage and support faculty engagement in internationalization.

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Featured Articles

Engaging Science Faculty in Internationalization: Teaching Innovations at UW-Madison
Masarah Van Eyck, Laura Van Toll, Michel Wattiaux, and John Ferrick, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Early-College Study Abroad: A Gateway for Faculty Engagement in Internationalization
James M. Lucas, Michigan State University; Paige E. Sindt, CEA Global Education; Kira Espiritu, University of San Diego; and Jessica Luchesi, University of San Diego

Promoting Engagement in Curriculum Internationalization
Hilary Landorf and Stephanie Doscher, Florida International University

The International Network of Universities: The Consortium for Global Citizenship
Melanie Pissarius, James Madison University; Ingrid Elam, Malmo University; Hajime Nishitani, Hiroshima University; Lee Sternberger, James Madison University

Ten Elements of Faculty Involvement in Global Engagement
Woody Pelton, Elon University

Building an Interculturally Competent Faculty
Darla K. Deardorff, Duke University

China's Policies on Overseas Faculty Requirement
Yiqun Geng, Communication University of China

Overcoming the "American Bubble": The Norwegian Partnership Programme for Collaboration in Higher Education with North America
Agnete Vabo and Rachel Sweetman, NIFU Nordic Institute for Studies in Innovation, Research and Education

Overcoming "Publish or Perish": Fostering Faculty Engagement in Internationalization through Tenure Codes and Other Employment Policies
Robin Matross Helms, Institute of International Education

A Shrinking World with Expanding Visions: Faculty as Key Players in Internationalization
Andrew Riess, Institute of International Education

IIENetworker University Presidents Interview Series: Renu Khator, University of Houston

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