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International exchanges are an essential part of campus internationalization and global engagement. More broadly, they strengthen democracy by developing stronger institutions and better citizens. The pandemic has prompted some vital questions about the future of exchanges:
- What will the world of exchanges look like after the pandemic has subsided?
- Should campus leaders take a fresh look at exchanges and how they contribute to their international goals?
- Should we move more decisively toward (online collaboration) versus physical mobility?
Chapter 1: Government-Funded Academic Exchanges
Chapter 2: Transatlantic Fellowship and Professional Exchange Opportunities for Journalists
Chapter 3: Virtual Trust Networks and Transnational Research
Chapter 4: The Transformational Potential of Education “Abroad”: International, Intercultural, Flexible, Bending Towards Justice
Chapter 5: Perspectives from MBA Programs in the United States
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