October 6, 2021
Our #intled #livechat answers 3 questions: What will make or break strategic plans? Will test-optional impact grad admissions? And can internationalization be mandated by governments?
August 11, 2021
Our 150th #intled #livechat answers 3 questions: What does a US intl ed strategy look like? Are international travel restrictions making sense? And how far will China's crackdown on the West go?
July 28, 2021
Our #intled #livechat answers 3 questions: How can the US continue to attract the best talent? Why does the EdUSA Forum matter? And how should colleges deal with reopening?
May 19, 2021
Our #intled #livechat this week answers 3 questions: How should we network moving forward? How well are we treating our international students? And to mandate or strongly recommend vaccinations, that is the question?
April 7, 2021
Our #intled #livechat this week answer's 3 questions: Is there a better way to release content? What's the impact of anti-Asian sentiment on future students? Who should an SIO be on campus? #MidweekRoundup
April 1, 2020
Our #IntlEd #LiveChat begins now! Today's topics: Country-level recruitment planning, will test-optional now go mainstream, and how UK unis will make decisions without A-levels.
September 11, 2019
Our #intled #livechat starts now! Today's topics: new visa troubles, sustaining student mobility, and Canada's diversification drive.
July 24, 2019
Our #IntlEd Live Chat starts now! Today's topics: The effects of political rhetoric on int'l graduates employment, a large UK int'l graduate survey, and U.S. academia fights back on China.
May 29, 2019
This week's topics include a live chat from the #NAFSA2019 Expo Hall. We discuss the value of this conference for international educators. Cameos from Caroline Gear at ILI, Jakub Tesar from the Czech Republic, and EducationUSA.
May 8, 2019
Our live #IntlEd chat topics today: Changing attitudes in Vietnam, another look at the latest SEVIS numbers, and inherent challenges with international partnerships.