In Abroad and beyond, Professors Goodwin and Nocht discuss the exploding American students' interest in overseas studies. The authors investigate the numerous study foreign policies and programs, clarifying for the reader issues of special relevance to this fast-moving field. In addition to describing many of the innovative programs across the country, they explain why students go abroad, how they go, and the ways in which they benefit. They also discuss the problems that the students create - for themselves and for their institutions - and the consequent policy issues that must be addressed. Bringing their fresh perspective to this subject, Goodwin and Nocht cut through the frequent vehemence and intolerance of the field's various contesting parties. Recommendations are made to campus leaders on how best to confront policy decisions in this hotly debated field. As such, Abroad and beyond should be useful to deans, provosts, presidents, legislators, foundation officers, and faculty members who are connected with foreign study policy.Wind sprints to the raft In contrast to the first four categories of study abroad this form involves entering the river relatively briefly, ... For example, we encountered at the University of Southern California a short summer program in Cambridge on anbsp;...
|Title||:||Abroad and Beyond|
|Author||:||Craufurd D. Goodwin, Michael Nacht|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1988-05-27|