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International Education in the New Global Era

International Education in the New Global Era

Proceedings of a National Policy Conference on the Higher Education Act, Title VI, and Fulbright-Hays Programs

Leslie Evans Email LeslieEvans

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Frontmatter:

Introduction—John N. Hawkins, Dean, and Carlos Manuel Haro, Assistant Dean, International Studies and Overseas Programs, University of California, Los Angeles

Preface—Miriam A. Kazanjian, Coalition for International Education

I. Conference Overview Papers

1. Charge of the Conference—Miriam A. Kazanjian,Coalition for International Education

2. History of Title VI/Fulbright-Hays—Richard D. Scarfo, Director, International Education and Graduate Programs, United States Department of Education

3. The Process and Strategic Issues—John C. Vaughn,Executive Vice President, Association of American Universities

I. The Five Plenary Papers

1. Intellectual and Organizational Challenges for International Education in the United States: A Knowledge System PerspectiveBurkart Holzner, Director, University Center for International Studies, University of Pittsburgh; and Matthew Harmon, University of Pittsburgh

2. Continuing and Emerging National Needs for the Internationalization of Undergraduate Education—JoAnn S. McCarthy, Executive Director, Office of International Programs, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

3. Graduate Training and Research—Gilbert W. Merkx, Director, Latin American Institute, University of New Mexico

4. Professional Training and Research: The University of Southern California as a Case Study of Internationalization—Richard Drobnick, Vice Provost for International Affairs, and Director, Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBEAR), University of Southern California

5. National Language Needs and Capacities: A Recommendation for Action —Richard D. Brecht, Deputy Director, National Foreign Language Center, Washington, DC, and A. Ronald Walton, University of Maryland, College Par

II. The Ten Breakout Session Papers and Rapporteur Reports

1. Bridging Regional and Functional Education: Linking the International Affairs Schools, Area Studies, and Other Academic Units

Presenter: Nancy L. Ruther, Associate Director, Center for International and Area Studies, Yale University

Rapporteur: Nancy L. Ruther, Associate Director, Center for International and Area Studies, Yale University

2. Challenges for Title VI Programs of Outreach in Foreign Language and International Studies

Presenter: John M. Metzler, Outreach Coordinator, NRC African Studies Center, Michigan State University

Rapporteur: Cynthia Williams, Development Officer, University of Wisconsin-Madison

3. The Changing Demand for International Expertise in Business

Presenters: Richard W. Moxon, Faculty Director, Center for International Business Education and Research, University of Washington, Seattle; Elizabeth A. C. O’Shea, Managing Director, University of Washington, Seattle, CIBER; Mollie Brown, MBA student, University of Washington, Seattle; and Christoffer M. Escher, University of Washington, Seattle, CIBER

Rapporteur: Shirley J. Daniel, Director, Center for International Business Education and Research, University of Hawaii

4. Undergraduate International Education Needs in a Period of Rapid Globalization: The Nerve Center for National Security

Rapporteur: Elizabeth de G. R. Hansen, International Consultant, Corporation for Public Broadcasting

5. Immigration, Ethnic Groups, and Area Studies

Presenter: Linda A. Rodríguez, Assistant Director, Latin American Center, University of California, Los Angeles

Rapporteur: Carlos Alberto Torres, Director, Latin American Center, University of California, Los Angeles

6. Less Commonly Taught Languages of Emerging Importance: Major Issues, Cost Problems, and Their National Implications

Presenter: Louis Janus, Network Coordinator, Less Commonly Taught Languages Project, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

Rapporteur: Russell N. Campbell, Director, Language Resource Program, University of California, Los Angeles

7. Library Collections and Access: Supporting Global Expertise

Presenters: Deborah Jakubs, Head, International and Area Studies Department, Perkins Library, Duke University; and David Magier, Director of Area Studies, Columbia University Libraries

Rapporteur: Eudora I. Loh, Latin American and Iberian Bibliographer, University of California, Los Angeles

8. Overseas Programs: Issues and Structures

Presenter: John F. Richards, Chair, Professor of History, Duke University, Durham, NC

Rapporteur: Barbara B. Burn, Associate Provost for International Programs, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

9. Strengthening the Capacity of Underrepresented Minorities to Pursue International Service Careers

Presenters: Richard O. Hope, Vice President, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation; and Samuel T. Scott, Executive Director, Institute for International Public Policy, The College Fund/UNCF

Rapporteur: Samuel T. Scott, Executive Director, Institute for International Public Policy, The College Fund/UNCF

10. Research and Studies on Language, Area, and International Studies Issues

Rapporteur: Sandria B. Freitag, Executive Director, American Historical Association

IV. The Conference Rapporteur’s Synthesis

—David Wiley, Director, African Studies Center, Michigan State University

Authors and Conference Participants

Resumés of the Authors

Roster of Conference Participants

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