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BY ANA CHIARELLI & EUNJUNG RIAUKA | NOV 17 2022

The pandemic has highlighted opportunities to use the tool to build valuable intercultural competencies.

BY LISA BRUNNER | OCT 25 2022

More ethical models are needed for Canada’s outdated and malfunctioning internationalization policies.

BY RYAN CONNELL | OCT 11 2022

How a university-based college effectively uses culturally appropriate apps to engage with international students.

BY NELE TINCK & EVA WONG | SEP 06 2022

Making programs visible, accessible and student-centred can improve participation.

BY MICHAL KASPRZAK & DINUKA GUNARATNE | JUL 27 2022

Partnership was key to University of Toronto’s pre-arrival orientation to working as a teaching assistant.

BY ABU ARIF, NATASHA CLARK & DANAI BÉLANGER | JUN 22 2022

‘We learned that we have the strategies and knowledge to solve problems.’

BY ZUZANA SCHMIDTOVA RITZER | MAY 20 2022

We need to minimize the impact the pandemic has had on international learners.

BY HEATHER CLITHEROE | APR 20 2022

Research mobility makes for better science; it builds and shares capacity.

BY EMMA HARTLEY & WINCY LI | MAR 08 2022

Preparing international students for the Canadian labour market using a cohort-based approach.

BY MIYUKI ARAI & MICHAELA PETERS | JAN 14 2022

A team of students from diverse cultures, abilities, fields of study and experiences is helping the university to advance its intercultural development goals.

BY EMMANUEL DOUGLAS | DEC 29 2021

Acting as models to society, the higher education community should attempt to be ahead of the curve and act accordingly.

BY JENNIFER WOODSIDE, DINUKA GUNARATNE & LAUREN BRODERICK | DEC 13 2021

Career centres are well-equipped to support international students in developing a sense of identity and purpose.

BY LYN-MARIE FARLEY & YASSIN SAGNIA | NOV 29 2021

The way forward should be collaborative if we are to retain the students we recruit.

BY T. MACKENZIE | OCT 12 2021

Universities must strongly object to the misalignment of federal policy in these areas as it relates to international students.

BY JEN GONZALES & CHAD NUTTALL | SEP 17 2021

When student affairs professionals play an active role in supporting international students, broader goals are easier to achieve.

BY INING CHAO & SHELLEY AYLESWORTH-SPINK | AUG 13 2021

How do higher education institutions internationalize while contributing to the local communities they serve?

BY EUNJUNG RIAUKA | JUL 09 2021

Algoma University’s innovation mobility project used virtual exchange as a way to improve accessibility and participation among underrepresented student groups.

BY ZUZANA SCHMIDTOVA RITZER | JUN 08 2021

Are postsecondary institutions clearly communicating information about institutional internationalization plans to stakeholder groups?

BY SHAILEE KORANNE & EMMA JANKOWSKI | MAY 06 2021

Pairing students up with mentors provides them with a soft landing into Canadian higher education during the pandemic.

BY DWAINE TAYLOR | APR 08 2021

Postsecondary institutions have a unique opportunity to address the absence of financial support available to international students through their EDI plans.

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