Leading Internationalization
A Handbook for International Education Leaders

Foreword by E. Gordon Gee
Afterword by Allan E. Goodman
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What do university leaders need to know and be able to do to internationalize their institutions?

This volume provides senior professionals in international education, increasingly known as Senior International Officers (SIOs), with the foundational knowledge that informs leadership practices, together with suggested strategies for implementing and developing the wide range of functions, activities and skills associated with comprehensive internationalization that will ensure effective support for their institutions’ educational mission in today’s globalized and interdependent world.

This book addresses strategic leadership issues in internationalization including strategic planning, shaping the curriculum, recruiting students, risk management, and developing partnerships. Throughout, the Association of International Education Administrators’ (AIEA) Standards of Professional Practice for SIOs and International Education Leaders (reproduced in the appendix) are integrated as a point of reference, providing a much needed guide for international education leaders.

This resource is a vital starting point for anyone in a senior leadership role in higher education, as well as for anyone desiring to understand more about this key leadership position essential to higher education institutions in developing institutional global capacity and in educating global-ready graduates.

Table of Contents:
Foreword—E. Gordon Gee
Acknowledgments
Introduction—Darla K. Deardorff and Harvey Charles

Part One: Understanding the Context for Internationalization
1) Phases of Internationalization and the Senior International Officer Role—Gilbert W. Merkx
2) Foundations in Leading Internationalization: Lessons fFom Mestenhauser—Darla K. Deardorff, Dafina Blacksher Diabate, and Kathryn L. Rosenbaum
3) The Senior International Officer's World: A Change Agent Faces a Reality Check—John D. Heyl

Part Two: Senior International Officer Leadership and Management
4) Strategic Planning for Senior International Officers—Riall W. Nolan
5) International Education Administration—Harvey Charles and Judith Pennywell
6) Forming Alliances and Working With Administration—Gilbert W. Merkx and Riall W. Nolan
7) Financing Internationalization—Penelope Pynes

Part Three: Internationalization Expertise
8) Internationalizing the Curriculum—Betty Leask and Harvey Charles
9) Outcomes Assessment for Senior International Officers—Darla K. Deardorff
10) Senior International Officers and International Student Recruitment—Pia Wood
11) The Senior International Officer: Managing Risk and Liability—Meredith McQuaid and Sabine Klahr

Part Four: Internationalization and Advocacy
12) Making the Case for Internationalization—Penelope Pynes
13) Fostering Global Culture and Engaging Student Leadership on Campus—Susie Bender
14) Connecting With the Community—Thomas Bogenschild and Gil Latz
15) Establishing and Building Higher Educational International Partnerships—Pia Wood

Part Five: Personal Effectiveness for Internationalization
16) The Senior International officer as Entrepreneur—Harvey Charles and Penelope Pynes
17) Intercultural Knowledge for Senior International Officers: Communicating Successfully Across Differences—Darla K. Deardorff
18) Harnessing Data to Lead Internationalization—Rajika Bhandari and Terence Miller
19) Ethics in Leading Internationalization—Darla K. Deardorff, Kathryn L. Rosenbaum, and Hanneke Teekens

Conclusion—Darla K. Deardorff and Harvey Charles
Afterword—Allan E. Goodman
Appendix
--Standards of Professional Practice for International Education
--Leaders and Senior International Officers
Editors and Contributors
Index


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Reviews & Endorsements:
“This is one of the most comprehensive, if not the most comprehensive collection of essays on international higher education leadership. Builds very well on the AIEA Standards of Professional Practice of senior international officers. A must-have on the desk for everyone in the field, both in the US and beyond."
- Markus Laitinen, President , European Association for International Education (EAIE)
"Leading Internationalization offers insights and guidance on a wide range of critical issues, spanning the practical, strategic, and conceptual. Authors are leading experts in the field of international education, whose wealth of experience as both practitioners and scholars uniquely positions them to contribute meaningfully to the on-going conversations the book is designed to promote."
- Robin Matross Helms, Director, Center for Internationalization and Global Engagement , American Council on Education