Internationalizing higher education

International engagement has been an intrinsic part of higher education since medieval times, but the forces of globalization are redefining the scope, pace and importance of scholarly collaboration and mobility across borders.

Chad Gaffield
Published: Wednesday, 02/17/2010 12:00 am EST

International engagement has been an intrinsic part of higher education since medieval times, but the forces of globalization are redefining the scope, pace and importance of scholarly collaboration and mobility across borders.

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