Members In the News
January-March 2018

Congratulations to AIEA member institutions Babson College, Stony Brook University, Texas Tech University, and the University of Florida for receiving the 2018 NAFSA Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization. Congratulations also to the University of Georgia on receiving the NAFSA Senator Paul Simon Spotlight Award. 

Many congratulations to AIEA member Miriam Kazanjian on receiving the Modern Language Association/Association of Departments of Foreign Languages  "Award for Distinguished Service to the Profession."

AIEA Executive Director Darla K. Deardorff published blog in Education Weekly titled "How To Assess Global Competence."

Congratulations to AIEA members Adam Henry and Melanie Gottlieb for publishing articles in the Spring 2018 IIE Networker Magazine. 

October-December 2017

AIEA member Rahul Choudaha's article  “How the US can stem decline in international students” published in University World News.

AIEA member Elaine Meyer-Lee is presenting at the 2017 IAU Conference in Accra, Ghana (October 17-20). 

AIEA members Stephanie Doscher, Jeffrey Hamilton, Matthew Jacobs, Hilary Landorf, Susan Sutton, and Dawn Whitehead are presenting at  AAC&U’s Network for Academic Renewal Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana (October 12-14). 

AIEA members Leslie A. Bozeman, Chris T. Cartwright, Madeleine F. Green are presenting at the 27th IUPUI Assessment Institute (October 22-24) in Indianapolis, Indiana.  

AIEA members Chris Cartwright, Natalia Dyba, Hsiu-Zu Ho, and Ilir Zherka are presenting at the 2017 CIEE Annual Conference (November 8-11) in Austin, Texas. 

AIEA members Cheryl Matherly and Margaret Everett were both published in Fall 2017 edition of the IIE Networker. 

AIEA Past President Gil Latz presented at ACE Executive Forum. 

July-September 2017

Many AIEA members quoted or contributed to the research in The Chronicle of Higher Education article "Many Colleges See Drop in International Students, Chronicle Survey Finds" by Karin Fischer.

AIEA members Richard Nader, Cheryl Matherly, and Margaret Everett published in Fall 2017 IIE Networker "Coming to America: Navigating International Education in These Uncertain Times."  

AIEA Members Jill Blondin, Robin Matross Helms, Sean Manley-Casimir, R. McKenna Brown, and Anthony Shull are presenting at the Higher Education Partnership: Internationalization in the Americas Conference October 17-19 in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.

AIEA Executive Director Dr. Darla K. Deardorff featured on Fresh Ed Podcast. For a succinct summary of Dr. Deardorff's seminal work on intercultural competence, see: Fresh Ed #80 - What are intercultural competencies?

Many congratulations to the many AIEA members who presented at the EAIE conference, including: Shingo Ashizawa, Darla K. Deardorff, Stephen C. Dunnett, Joel Gallegos, Daniel Guhr, Nico Jooste, Benjamin Levy, Tania Lima, Mercedes Lopez Roldan, Randall Martin, Terence Miller, Laura Montgomery, Anne Pakir, Julie Marie Pollard, Douglas Proctor, Caroline Renaud, Trine Sand, Linda Tobash, Pierre Willa, and John Wood.

AIEA memberIvor Emmanuel and Nico Jooste presented at this year's IEASA Conference

AIEA Executive Director Dr. Darla K. Deardorff quoted in Huffington Post article "Campuses Flourish with Teachers Travel.

Congratulations to the many AIEA members who presented at the NAFSA conference, including: Lindsay Mathers Addington, Gifty Ako-Adounvo, Maria Anastasiou, Stephen K. Appiah-Padi, Shingo Ashizawa, Britta Baron, Pamela K. Barrett, Elizabeth Brewer, Nancy Campbell, Richard Carter, Jennifer M. Creamer, Anne D’Angelo, Darla K. Deardorff, Cheryl Delk-Le Good, Steven T. Duke, Natalia Dyba, Lorna Jean Edmonds, Angie V. Edwards, Ivor M. Emmanuel, Joël A. Gallegos, Jane Gatewood, Nick J. Gozik, Madeleine F. Green, Daniel Guhr, Katherine Hammett, Adam Henry, Paula Hentz, Chad Hoseth, Martha Johnson, Victoria Jones, Nico Jooste, Patricia Juza, George F. Kacenga, Hilary Kahn, Amanda Kelso, Kevin Kinser, Zachary Klim, Ann Kuhlman, Dale LaFleur, Beth M. Laux, Jami Leibowitz, Jun Liu, Samantha Lu, Angela Maffeo, Sean Manley-Casimir, Scott Manning, Shannon Marquez, Cheryl Matherly, Peter McCagg, Mihaela Metianu, Elaine Meyer-Lee, Terence W. Miller, Wesley Milner, Leigh Neys, Anne Pakir, Woody Pelton, Susan Popko, Penelope J. Pynes, Curt Rom, Laura E. Rumbley, Susan B. Sutton, Downing Thomas, Linda Tobash, Kalpen Trivedi, Heather H. Ward, Benjamin Waxman, Dawn Whitehead, Margaret Widenhoeft, Jewel Winn, Ian Wright, Wesley Young, Chungsheng Zhang, and Ilir Zherka.

May -June 2017

AIEA members Maria de los Angeles Crummett, Christopher Medalis, and Rajika Bhandari all published articles in the Spring 2017 IIE Networker. 

Congratulations to AIEA Executive Director Dr. Darla K. Deardorff  on the publication of Intercultural Competence in Higher Education: International Approaches, Assessment and Application, co-edited by Lily A. Arasaratnam-Smith.

Executive Director Dr. Darla K. Deardorff recently received the Martha Fitch Trigonis Individual Award at the 2017 N.C. Association for International Educators annual conference.The award is presented annually to an individual who has shown excellence in the field of international education. Read the announcement in Duke Today or the AIEA Press Release

AIEA Editorial Chair Amir Reza quoted in University World News article "Universities look for upside of Trump and Brexit effect."


March-April 2017

Congratulations to AIEA Executive Director Dr. Darla K. Deardorff on receiving the Martha Fitch Trigonis Individual Award at 2017 N.C. Association for International Educators (NCAIE) Annual Conference. Read more: Press Release (.pdf) 

Congratulations to AIEA President Hilary Kahn on being featured on the podcast FreshEd with Will Brehm. The recording is available: Framing the Global with Global Studies (Hilary Kahn).

AIEA statement quoted in The PIE News article "US: Trump’s revised travel ban threatens to ‘adversely impact’ HE" by Beckie Smith and Natalie Marsh. 

Congratulations to the following AIEA member institutions on receiving the 2017 Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization:

  • Comprehensive Award: Florida State University, University of Iowa, and the University of Pittsburgh
  • Spotlight Award: Spelman College, Texas Christian University, and the University of North Texas.  

Congratulations to the following AIEA members who presented at this year's Forum on Education Abroad Annual Conference: Jose B. Alvarez, Daniela Ascarelli, Girish Ballolla, Elizabeth Brewer, Zachary Frieders, Nick Gozik, Dana Gross, Laura Hammond, J. Kline Harrison, Jane Kucko, Amy Lancaster, Meggan Madden, Kristen Mallory, Scott Manning, Elaine Meyer-Lee, Patrick Morgan, Anthony Ogden, and Tracy Rundstrom Williams.


January-February 2017

AIEA Secretary Rodolfo Hernandez Guerrero will be speaking at the Tower Center Monthly Seminar Luncheon at Southern Methodist University on Wednesday, January 25th, on the future of the U.S.-Mexico relationship under President Donald Trump.

The PIE News article “US: Trump’s revised travel ban threatens to ‘adversely impact’ HE” highlights AIEA’s statements on the U.S. Executive Orders on Immigration.

Several AIEA members, including Past President William Brustein and current Membership Committee Chair Jeet Joshee, quoted in Chronicle of Higher Education article “Trump’s Travel Ban Leaves Students Stranded — and Colleges Scrambling to Help.

December 2016

AIEA member Mark Harris addressed the United Nations on December 1.

Congratulations to AIEA member Alea Cot on her recognition for outstanding service at the NAFSA Region III Regional Conference! 

AIEA member Rahul Choudaha published University World News article International Educators Build Bridges, Not Walls, which highlights AIEA's post-U.S. 2016 statement. 

AIEA Executive Director Darla K. Deardorff spoke at the European COIL Conference in the Hague. 

AIEA members Rahul Choudaha and Di Hu published article titled  "Demonetization of Indian Currency To Impact Students Coming To Study In The U.S." in Forbes

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