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IIE Networker Fall 2008: International Education Trends in Africa

IIE NETWORKER MAGAZINE

Fall 2008

Theme: International Education Trends in Africa


FEATURES

The International Dimension of Higher Education: Status, Challenges, and Prospects in Africa
By Damtew Teferra, Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program

Internationalization in Africa In Relation to Other World Regions
By Jane Knight, University of Toronto

Measuring International Student Mobility Trends: In and Out of Africa
By Roshen Kishun, University of KwaZulu-Natal and International Education Association of South Africa

IIENetworker University Presidents Interview Series A Conversation with President Mohammad H. Qayoumi, California State University, East Bay

KNOWLEDGE NETWORKS

Country Profile
Internationalization Activities in Nigerian Universities
By Munzali Jibril, Bayero University and Abdulkarim Obaje, National Universities Commission

Scholars & Research
Network of Emerging Scholars on Internationalization of Higher Education
By James Otieno Jowi, Moi University and Elizabeth Ayalew, Addis Ababa University

Africa-U.S. Higher Education Initiative
Empowering African Higher Education for Africa's Transformation
By Earl D. Kellogg, NASULGC, Anne-Claire Hervy, Partnership to Cut Hunger and Poverty in Africa, Teshome Yizengaw, NASULGC, and Kerry Bolognese, NASULGC

Joint Degree Program
Developing a Joint Business Degree in Egypt
By Van R. Wood and Michael Pitts, Virginia Commonwealth University

Advising Students
Recruiting Students from Africa
By Nancy Keteku, Regional Educational Advising Coordinator, Africa

Study Abroad
Developing Study Abroad Programs in Benin: SUNY Oswego
By Marcia M. Burrell, Barbara Garii and Joshua S. McKeown, State University of New York at Oswego


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