In this issue of IIENetworker, some of the leading international education professionals guide us through a discussion on how best to diversify study abroad. We hope that these articles give you inspiration and practical assistance in breaking through the barriers and broadening the participation in study abroad at your institutions and in your programs.
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Experiencing Difference: The Meaning of Globalization at a Diverse Institution
By Jeffrey M. Peck, Baruch College
Diversity in International Education: The Time is Now
William L. Gertz, American Institute For Foreign Study
Diversity in Education Abroad: A Plan for Our Campuses
Eileen B. Wilson-Oyelaran, Kalamazoo College
Minority Faculty: The Key to Diversifying Study Abroad
Nasha Lewis, Virginia Commonwealth University
100,000 Strong: Building Strategic Trust in U.S.-China Relations through Education
Carola McGiffert, U.S. Department of State
Other articles focus on expanding study abroad in science and engineering and expanding access to students with disability. This edition of IIENetworker also features an interview with Eduardo Padron, President of Miami Dade College, as well as profiles of the 2011 IIE Andrew Heiskell Award winning programs.