International Educator - January/February 2018 - 2

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FROM THE EDITOR IN CHIEF
By Lisa Schock

JAN.+FEB.18 | VOL. 27/NO. 1
EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
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INTCAS (US)

Geoffrey Bradshaw, PhD

Madison Area Technical College

Stephen C. Dunnett, PhD

University at Buffalo-SUNY

Patricia I. Jones

Western Illinois University

J. Andrew Overman, PhD
Macalester College

Embracing the New

Susan Buck Sutton, PhD
Bryn Mawr College

Susan M. Thompson

University of Nevada-Las Vegas

Margaret Wiedenhoeft, PhD

A new year is a chance to start fresh, seize new opportunities, and accomplish new goals. Appropriately enough,
this issue's focus is "What's Next?" With the idea that new
information and early insights into developing trends are
springboards for forward-thinking ideas and innovation,
this issue of International Educator provides a probing look
into the near horizon.
"Recruiting Farther Upstream" explores the newly
focused approach of U.S. colleges and universities in recruiting international students attending U.S. high schools.
"The Business of Global Engagement" takes a close look
at one university and its Student Entrepreneur Center, an
on-campus incubator that has helped two alumni launch
businesses that help institutions make high-quality contact
with recruitment prospects.
"Middle Class Rising" delves into the booming global
middle class and its implications for international student
mobility, including the opportunities and challenges associated with recruiting in emerging economies.
This issue's supplement, "Minimizing Risk, Maximizing
Results," explores the tools and techniques that U.S.
campuses are using to anticipate and successfully mitigate
risks.
Specific practical subject areas in this issue include:
-Education Abroad: "Controlling the Message: How to
Manage Communications During Emergencies Abroad."
-International Student Affairs: "Smooth Transition:
First-Year Interest Groups Help International Students
Navigate Transition to College Life."
-International Enrollment: "Uphill Recruiting: How to
Recruit Effectively Overseas When No One Has Heard of
Your Campus-Yet."
-International Education Leadership: "Getting Through:
How International Education Leaders Can Let
International Students Know They're Welcome."
And a special Forum piece by David L. Di Maria takes a
look forward by forecasting "Eight Developments to Expect
in 2018"-an exploration of how and why international
higher education is likely to shift this year. n
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of International Educator - January/February 2018

From the Desk of
Frontlines
In Brief
Global Spotlight: Malaysia
Quick Questions
Feature: Recruiting Farther Upstream: U.S. Institutions Are Exploring New Opportunities Among International High School Students
Feature: CASE STUDY: The Business of Global Engagement
Feature: Middle Class Rising: As the Number of Families with Discretionary Income Grows, So Do Prospects for More International Students
Education Abroad
International Student Affairs
International Enrollment
International Education Leadership
Forum
In Focus
Feature: Minimizing Risk, Maximizing Results
Advertiser Listings & Index
International Educator - January/February 2018 - BB1
International Educator - January/February 2018 - BB2
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Cover1
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Cover2
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 1
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 2
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 3
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 4
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 5
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 6
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 7
International Educator - January/February 2018 - From the Desk of
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Frontlines
International Educator - January/February 2018 - In Brief
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 11
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 12
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 13
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Global Spotlight: Malaysia
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 15
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Quick Questions
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 17
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Feature: Recruiting Farther Upstream: U.S. Institutions Are Exploring New Opportunities Among International High School Students
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 19
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 20
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 21
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Feature: CASE STUDY: The Business of Global Engagement
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 23
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 24
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 25
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Feature: Middle Class Rising: As the Number of Families with Discretionary Income Grows, So Do Prospects for More International Students
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 27
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 28
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 29
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Education Abroad
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 31
International Educator - January/February 2018 - International Student Affairs
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 33
International Educator - January/February 2018 - International Enrollment
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 35
International Educator - January/February 2018 - International Education Leadership
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 37
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Forum
International Educator - January/February 2018 - 39
International Educator - January/February 2018 - In Focus
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Cover3
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Cover4
International Educator - January/February 2018 - SCover1
International Educator - January/February 2018 - SCover2
International Educator - January/February 2018 - S3
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Feature: Minimizing Risk, Maximizing Results
International Educator - January/February 2018 - S5
International Educator - January/February 2018 - S6
International Educator - January/February 2018 - S7
International Educator - January/February 2018 - S8
International Educator - January/February 2018 - S9
International Educator - January/February 2018 - Advertiser Listings & Index
International Educator - January/February 2018 - SCover3
International Educator - January/February 2018 - SCover4
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