Iran is expanding its higher-education connections internationally, although it faces reticence in the Arab world.
Ms. Johnson has led NAFSA: Association of International Educators, the largest professional association dedicated to international educators, for 18 years. She retires at the end of 2016.
A Tunisian writer has a fresh perspective on the British Council’s annual Going Global conference, held this year in South Africa.
A Cape Town conference generates a different form of introspection for education leaders.
New York Institute of Technology was the first licensed American university in Abu Dhabi, and it’s been a pioneer in many other ways.
Like it or not, women in the United States on Saudi study-abroad programs find themselves representing the Muslim world.
A policy paper from the Chinese government on the Arab world proposes broad educational cooperation.
Domestic “study away” programs, often cheaper and more accessible than a course overseas, can expose students to diverse cultures closer to home.
International educators at a recent conference discussed ways to help Arab women become comfortable at U.S. universities.
The websites of a group of fake universities are silent after Pakistani law enforcement officials went after the network’s alleged ringleaders.