May 6, 2014
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The Institute of International Education is pleased to announce that the new IIENetwork Handbook for International Educators has just been published. The 200-page Handbook includes comprehensive listings and resources for networking and internationalizing your campus. The IIENetwork Handbook is also available in electronic format for IIE members.


The 2014 IIENetwork Handbook is a practical tool for higher education institutions that includes resources on:
  • IIE Research and Publications
  • Study Abroad
  • Internationalizing the Campus
  • Scholarship Programs
  • Developing Strategic International Partnerships
The Handbook also includes comprehensive listings and contact information for:
  • More than 7,000 professionals at over 1,300 higher education institutions who are members of IIE
  • EducationUSA Regional Educational Advising Coordinators
  • Fulbright Commissions worldwide
  • IIE domestic and overseas offices
The membership contact at each IIENetwork member institution will receive one complimentary copy of the publication, and all member designees can access the password-protected online version. To order additional copies of the IIENetwork Handbook, please go to: iiebooks.org/iihaforined21.html.
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Submission Deadline for Article Abstracts: May 9, 2014

The Institute of International Education (IIE) invites you to propose a chapter for its upcoming publication, Asia: The Next Higher Education Superpower? The publication is part of a policy book series, Global Education Research Reports, which is published jointly by IIE and the American Institute For Foreign Study (AIFS) Foundation. 

The upcoming volume will critically examine the local and global trends driving higher education policy in Asia and its impact on the local and regional knowledge economies. Many experts view internationalization of higher education in Asia as a means to capitalize on rapid globalization and remain competitive in the global marketplace. In addition, each country faces its own set of challenges, whether it is Japan’s aging population, demand for technological development in China, or capacity limitations in developing countries in Southeast Asia. This book will look at the role of higher education in meeting these demands and how innovations in policy are changing the higher education landscape regionally and globally. To be considered for a chapter in the book, we invite you to submit a 250-word abstract by May 9, 2014.

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In IIE’s 2013 Online Annual Report, we invite you to meet the remarkable individuals we worked with in the past year and learn more about IIE’s mission and vision. You can see stories and highlights about the impact of our signature programs, as well as those we administer for governments and private sector sponsors around the world. 

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James King from IIE’s Scholar Rescue Fund shares about his recent visit to Lebanon as part of a study on the Syrian refugee crisis and its impact on higher education. "As the conflict enters its fourth year, the situation is as bleak as ever," writes King. "Tens of thousands of Syrian faculty and university students have fled the violence to neighboring countries like Lebanon." King identifies challenges faced by Syrian students seeking to pursue university education in Lebanon and abroad and offers recommendations for the international community to help address these challenges.

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