Resolutions and intention-setting for a new year do not just apply to our personal life – we can also set goals for our professional development.
Offering readjustment and professional development support to students after study abroad can have tremendous impact. Read one student’s story.
By: Jason Terry This post was originally published in the July/August issue of ExchangeMatters, the Global U.S. Ties newsletter. I recently attended the Ron Moffatt Seminar on Peace and the Global Civil Society hosted by colleagues at NAFSA: Association of International Educators and the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies at the University of […]
By: Mary Catherine Scarborough When I ask this question “So, why do you work in international education?” I always feel like an undergraduate student. I’ll explain. While some people saw, “So… what’s your major?” as a pick-up line or an awkward introduction in class or at parties, I was always genuinely interested in the answer […]