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More About This Title Internationalizing Higher Education: Building Vital Programs on Campuses: New Directions for HigherEducation #117
This is the 117th issue of the Jossey-Bass series New Directions for Higher Education.
BRUCE W. SPECK is professor of English and vice president for academic affairs at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. Previously, he was associate vice chancellor for academic affairs and dean of arts and sciences at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. His work has appeared in a variety of professional journals.
BETH H. CARMICAL is director of the Multi-Cultural Center and International Student Life at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke and serves as the FOCUS editor for the North Carolina Association of International Educators.
1. Defining International Education (Holly Moran Hansen).
2. Academic Success and the International Student: Researchand Recommendations (Charles F. Abel).
3. Preparing International Students for a Successful SocialExperience in Higher Education (Jan Guidry Lacina).
4. Running the Visa Gauntlet (Arthur J. Sementelli).
5. How International Students Can Benefit from a Web-BasedCollege Orientation (Christina Murphy, Lory Hawkes, Joe Law).
6. Why Americans Don t Study Foreign Languages and WhatWe Can Do About That (David L. Sigsbee).
7. Academic Background and Admissions to AmericanUniversities (Charles F. Abel, Arthur J. Sementelli).
8. What Kinds of Professional International Opportunities MayBe Secured for Faculty? (Samuel Fung, Joe Filippo).
9. How Valuable Are Student Exchange Programs? (Patience A. Sowa).
10. Family Adjustment to American Culture (Carolyn Davidson Abel).
11. Internationalizing the Campus: What Do You Need to Know? (Beth H. Carmical).