Friday, September 18, 2009

Links of Interest for Week of September 14th to 18th

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program season is on full swing at my day job which leaves little time for anything else so I’m compiling another list of interesting links for this past week that I’ve found on or have posted to Twitter. Response to my “Links of Interest” post from last week has been quite positive so I think this might become a weekly Friday feature on IHEC Blog as a way to recap items of interest. Please leave a comment letting me know your thoughts about this new “feature”!

Phi Beta Delta, Honor Society for International Scholars July 2009 Medallion published. Discovered a photo of me

Academic Solutions and NAFSA blogs listed on"100 Best Higher Education Blogs" (and IHEC Blog!)

A Small World After All: Education Researchers Form Global Group

Updated new records now in the IDP Database of Research on International Education

Just who was Senator J. William Fulbright? History on him and the program

Sign-up to receive the U.S. Center for Citizen Diplomacy newsletter

New web site for students who want degrees overseas:

Engaging the World: US Global Competence in the 21st Century

Still a No-go for Lifting Academic Travel Restrictions to Cuba

Forum on Education Abroad Survey on Impact of the Global Economic Crisis on Education Abroad Results released

International students build bridges that help U.S. diplomatic interests

UK's Brown calls on NYU President John Sexton to help promote US-UK collaboration in higher education

Study Brisbane ~ Another city understanding the value of international education!

Lehigh University has had an international education connection with China dating back to 1879!

U.S. scholarships get Cuban college students expelled

What Defines an International Student? A Look Behind the Numbers

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