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IIENetworker Fall 2005: Diversity in International Education

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Breaking the Barriers to Overseas Study for Students of Color and Minorities
By Marilyn Jackson, San Francisco State University

Why Students of Color Should Apply for a Fulbright
By Tony Claudino and Didier Sylvain, Institute of International Education

Increasing National Diversity in Study Abroad
By Michelle Pickard, Institute of International Education and Margery A. Ganz, Spelman College

Programmatic Diversity vs. Unplanned Information Flows
By Georg Schütte, Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, Germany

Nurturing Leadership and Social Change: The Mission of the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program
By Joan Dassin, Ford Foundation International Fellowship Program

Building Study Abroad Acceptance Among Hispanic Students The Value of Talking to the Hispanic Family
By Pat LeMay Burr, University of the Incarnate Word

Project for Learning Abroad (PLATO): An Integrated Study Abroad, Training, Certification, and Diversity Outreach Program
By Gary Rhodes and Hai Hong, Center for Global Education at Loyola Marymount University

Diversity in International Education: Cultivating Non-Traditional Exchanges in Sub-Saharan Africa
By Nagy Tibor, Texas Technical University

Sustainability Through Diversification
By Fiona Buffinton, Australian Education International (AEI)

The Science of Study Abroad: Why Scientists and Engineers Don’t Go Abroad, Why They Should, and How to Make it Happen
By Megan Brenn-White, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)

How Are We Doing? A Survey on Students with Disabilities in Study Abroad
By Michele Scheib, Mobility International U.S.A.




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