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FROM THE EDITOR
By Elaina Loveland

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Global Learning for All

Geoffrey Bradshaw, PhD

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learning about other cultures and learning within another culture
are hallmarks of creating global citizens. In recent years, colleges and
universities have begun to make greater efforts toward implementing global learning at their institutions.
This issue's cover story, "The Ascent of Global Learning," by
Christopher Connell, investigates how several higher education institutions have made global learning a priority on their campuses.
Agnes Scott College developed a Summit Plan and sent all 270
first-year students with faculty for a week to destinations in nine
countries; the trips are the centerpiece of semester-long Global Journey courses to learn about global structures, systems, and patterns
that influence the world. Florida International University's "Global
Learning for Global Citizenship" initiative became part of a Quality Enhancement Plan and the university developed three student
global learning outcomes: global awareness, global perspective, and
global engagement. Georgia Tech developed an International Plan
that requires students to master a second language and spend 26
weeks studying, working, and doing research outside the United
States, which is integrated into more than two dozen majors. Juniata
College is "looking to expand the menu of study abroad sites and to
make it more action- and justice-oriented"; the University of South
Florida is emphasizing a "glocal" approach; Indiana University's new
strategic plan intends to improve "global cultural competency across
the curriculum"; and a strategic plan in the works at Simmons College aims to "focus on global and multicultural issues."
The first installment of an occasional series on international
higher education partnerships in the developing world is also in this
issue, with the article, "Latin American Partnerships Cross Borders,"
by David Tobenkin.
Other articles on Latin America in this issue include "All Eyes on
Cuba," by NAFSA's Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer
Marlene M. Johnson, in our Frontlines column that highlights public
policy and advocacy issues. An opinion article, "Higher Education
Cooperation With Latin America," by David Felsen, Saint Leo University's director of international affairs, appears in the back of the
magazine in our Forum column.
A special supplement on France also accompanies this issue.
Its cover story, "Aiming High: France Appeals to International Students," chronicles how France is making an effort to maintain its
place as one of the world's top destinations for international students
as well as how the French government is trying to improve the experiences of its current international students.
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