Faculty Members Abroad
An Annotated Bibliography
Compiled and edited by
David J. CompI
firstname.lastname@example.org://international.ed.consulting.googlepages.com/internationalhighereducationconsultingAbrams, I., & Duewell, K. (1982, March). Lessons of the first German-American exchange professorships.Paper presented at the joint meeting of the International Studies Association and International Society for Educational,Cultural, and Scientific Interchanges, Cincinnati, OH.
A paper on the German-American Project on Exchange Research. The purpose was to consider urgent issues of German-American cultural relations and to develop new research concepts and initiatives in order to improvethese exchanges. The present study of the early exchange professorships represents a cooperative effort of theGerman and American historians who took part in these conferences to contribute to this undertaking from theapproach of their own academic discipline. [JCK – Henry Weaver bibliography].
Ailes, C.P., & Russell, S.H. (2002, May). Outcome assessment of the U.S. Fulbright scholar program. SRIInternational. [On-Line]. Available:www.sri.com/policy/csted/reports/international. Project prepared for the Office of Policy and Evaluation, Office of Policy and Evaluation, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State. Contracct No.: IA0209-C9234951, SRI Project No.: P10372.
In 2001, SRI surveyed a stratified random sample of 1,004 U.S. Fulbright Scholar alumni whose grants beganbetween 1976 and 1999. The SRI assessment found strong quantitative and qualitative evidence that the programis achieving it legislative mandate of promoting mutual understanding and cooperative between the United Statesand other nations and that it has diverse and often powerful impacts not only on the Scholars themselves, but ontheir colleagues, students, friends, and families [SRI].
Allaway, W. H., & Koff, S.P. (1965). The overseas director. Occasional Papers on International EducationalExchange, 2. New York: CIEE.Allaway, W. H., & Shorrock, H.C. (Eds.). (1985). Dimensions of international higher education
Boulder, CO:Westview Press.
The dynamics of academic exchange are explored by a multidisciplinary group of scholars in this book.Contributors from ten countries examine such issues as undergraduate versus graduate study abroad and thepurpose and effect of sending students to foreign countries. Drawing on their experiences as administrators andfaculty in exchange programs, the authors discuss faculty exchange, collaborative research, and linkages acrossnational boundaries. The relative advantages of academic exchange in different fields are examined, and cross-cultural perspectives from Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa are compared. The consensus of thecontributors is that universities are a vital means of breaking down the barriers of nationalism by promoting aconstant and free exchange of scholarship.[JCK – Henry Weaver bibliography].
American Council on Education (ACE). (2002, January). Internationalization strategies: Faculty engagementwith internationalization: Strategies from members of the ACE internationalization collaborative. Washington, D.C.:American Council on Education (ACE). [On-Line]. Available:http://www.acenet.edu/programs/international/collaborative/engagement.cfm.Armstrong, W.B., Turingan, M.R., & Bersentes, G.H. (1997). Educators exchange program, 1996. Evaluationreport. Unpubished manuscript, San Diego Community College District, San Diego, CA. (ED 413 971)
Following an initial effort in 1994, the Educators Exchange Program 1996 (EEP-96) was the second projectcompleted under a training and educational exchange agreement reached between California's San DiegoCommunity College District (SDCCD) and the republic of Mexico. In EEP-96, the district provided a five-week