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Faculty international experience and internationalization efforts at two-year colleges in the United StatesInternational education at community colleges: Themes, practices, and case studies (2016)
In this chapter, the author examines the perceptions of community college faculty’s international experience and internationalization at their campuses. The findings indicated a statistical difference between two types of faculty members: foreign-born faculty vs. US-born faculty and faculty with a prior international experience vs. faculty without an international experience. The outcomes of this study may help institutions of higher education enhance campus internationalization resources and diversity activities and provide faculty a rewarding workplace.
- International experience,
- community college,
- international education
Citation InformationBista, K. (2016). Faculty international experience and internationalization efforts at two-year colleges in the United States. In R. L. Raby & E. Valeau (Eds.), International education at community colleges: Themes, practices, and case studies. New York, NY: Palgrave Publishers.
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