Fulbright Scholars Discuss Faculty-Driven Internationalization in IIENetworker

The Spring 2016 edition of the IIENetworker magazine, "Faculty-Driven Internationalization," now available as a free interactive flip book. As internationalization becomes an increasing priority for higher education worldwide, the involvement of faculty is an essential but sometimes neglected component. This issue is focused the many ways faculty can and are championing internationalization efforts, through Fulbright and beyond. It also includes a variety of perspectives from faculty, administrators, and other professionals on how institutions encourage and support faculty engagement. Articles by Fulbright Scholar alumni and others include:

-Faculty-Led Internationalization: Challenges, Opportunities, and Strategic Approaches – María de los Ángeles Crummett, Fulbright Scholar Alumna; Executive Director, Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES) and Deputy Vice President, Scholar Exchanges, Institute of International Education (IIE)

-The Ripple Effect in Faculty-Driven Internationalization – by Daris Hale, Fulbright Scholar Alumna; Professor and Fulbright Scholar Liaison at Texas State University

-The Fear Factor—Engaging Yourself in Internationalization – by Brian Sajko, Fulbright Scholar Alumnus; Vice President of Enrollment and Student Success at Nebraska Methodist College

Other relevant articles include: Building a Focus on Faculty: Steps to a Successful International Education Strategy, Internationalizing the Tenure Code, and On the Power and Limits of Faculty-Led Internationalization