What do the new Study Abroad 101 and IIE's Open Doors reports tell us about culture?
#ReentryProblems - This is the Twitter hashtag that our Melibee interns insisted we use to get the word out about a new re-entry tool we're creating. Because re-entry problems exist and as educators we do our best to address them through gatherings, conferences and one on one mentoring. But we're busy...really busy. So, Melibee Global spent the better part of the spring and summer mulling over this topic. We asked ourselves how we could support educators who had little time to creatively address re-entry.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) invites scientists and administrators from universities and research institutions to participate in a tour with focus on interdisciplinary research in biodiversity and climate change in Germany.
What's it is like to be a Melibee intern? Neet Danielle Sleeper, Melibee's lead intern!
Inspiring new workshops for international educators are here...
How does the teenage mind work and should we push these young minds out to study abroad?
Based on a recent survey that I conducted, more than 90% of study abroad administrators and graduate students planning to work in the field said that felt guilty that they were not "doing enough" for their clientele (students, faculty, boss, peers) or family.
Can't afford NAFSA or the Forum conferences this year? Low cost alternatives for those who desire professional development...
Two new professional development opportunities from MelibeeU.
MelibeeU launches this month - a new professional development space for international education!