International education is at a crossroads, and leaders of all kinds are stepping up to shape what comes next. Navigating a post-pandemic world, responding to crises across the spectrum, grappling with rapidly changing technology, and traversing boldly into an uncertain future are just a few of the reasons we look to leaders in international education today. At the same time, we recognize that leadership today and in the future will and should look different than it did before.
The Fall 2023 issue of the IIENetworker magazine, Leadership: Guiding a New Era of International Education, seeks to highlight, interrogate, and celebrate the many ways that leaders and leadership play a role in advancing international education.
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Table of Contents
- A Message from Susan Buck Sutton and Clare Overmann
- Learning Beyond the Classroom: Interview with Dr. Peter Kilpatrick, President of The Catholic University of America
- The National Security Education Program Builds the Next Generation of Leaders Within the Federal Government
- What’s Missing in International Education Leadership?
- Who is Leading Whom and How? Equitable Co-Leadership Through COIL Virtual Exchange
- Leading Together: A Journey Toward Indigenizing International Education
- It’s About Priorities: Internationalization in Community Colleges
- Primacy of Process in International Education
- Employing Collective Impact to Build Access and Equity in International Education: Interview with Elizabeth H. Simmons, Executive Vice Chancellor at the University of California San Diego
- The Chief Academic Officer: Catalyzing Connections
- Steering Student Journeys: Alumni Leaders in International Education