Presidential Perspectives

College and university presidents send important signals about the missions and priorities of their institutions.  This series gives voice to the different ways in which higher education presidents define internationalization, align it with institutional mission and student learning outcomes, and understand both opportunities for internationalization and possible threats to it.

AIEA welcomes additional submissions to the series, particularly those that will encourage the diversity of the series in terms of institutional type and geographic region.
Submissions are reviewed by members of AIEA's Editorial Committee.

A template for submissions can be found here. Please send submissions to committee chair Funwi Ayuninjam ([email protected]).   

January, 2023--Harvey Kesselman (Stockton University;Galloway, New Jersey): AIEA Presidential Perspectives
October, 2020—Gregory P. Crawford (Miami University; Oxford, Ohio): Global Problems Call for Global Solutions
Roseann O'Reilly Runte (Carleton University): International Experiences at the Core 
Alberto Bustani (Bustani Sustainable Growth Strategies): Growing International
Michael R. Chipps (Northeast Comm. College): America’s Community Colleges Must be Globally Engaged
Rolf Tarrach (University of Luxembourg): Role of the Academy in Facilitating Global Understanding
Frederick G. Hilmer (University of New South Wales, Australia): Developing Global Citizens
Daniel Woolf (Queen's University, Canada): PSE Globality
Thomas R. Kepple, Jr. (Juniata College): Diversity and International Collaboration
Nancy Zimpher (State University of New York): Lessons Learned
Jack Hawkins, Jr. (Troy University): Partnerships Fuel Internationalization
Victor J. Boschini, Jr. (Texas Christian University): Learning to Change the World
Carol T. Christ (Smith College): A World College for the World's Women
Joseph Rallo (Angelo State University): How Presidents Can Foster an International Culture on Campus
Stephen J. Friedman (Pace University): Rendezvous with the World
E. Gordon Gee (Ohio State University): An Imagination As Big As The World Itself