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New Edition of the IIENetworker Magazine: ‘What Will it Take to Double Study Abroad?’

The fall 2014 IIENetworker magazine, titled 'What Will it Take to Double Study Abroad?' is now available as a free interactive flipbook. This special edition of IIENetworker highlights current best practices and explores bold new ideas to help IIE reach its Generation Study Abroad commitment—to double the number of Americans who study abroad.
The magazine features a breadth of perspectives that reflect the many pieces of the puzzle. Articles focus on high-potential areas of growth in study abroad, including STEM programs, co-curricular programs, community college students, and gap years. Authors range from colleagues in university global offices to those in doctoral programs, not-for-profit associations, and governments. As the ultimate aim of Generation Study Abroad is to assure that every U.S. student has the opportunity to take part in an international experience, an entire section is devoted to views on how to expand diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, and academic disciplines.
Read the full current edition (free interactive flipbook): Institute of International Education SELECTED ARTICLES:
Expanding Community College Enrollment in Education Abroad By Rosalind Latiner Raby and Gary M. Rhodes 
There’s Plenty of Room in the Co-Curricular By James Paul Holloway and Amy Conger