Issue Briefs inform AIEA members and the larger international education community about key issues in the internationalization of higher education and potential responses.
Presidential Perspectives give voice to the different ways in which higher education presidents define internationalization, align it with institutional mission and student learning outcomes, and understand opportunities for internationalization and possible threats to it.
SIO Pathways & Perspectives seek to capture the experiences and viewpoints of SIOs and to learn about the personal and professional journeys that have brought them to their current positions.
Occasional Papers are essays or reports that inform the AIEA membership and the larger international education community about subjects relevant to the internationalization of higher education.
Provosts' Perspectives capture Chief Academic Officers' thinking and actions regarding the internationalization of higher education. The series seeks to learn from their successes as well as the constraints they and their institutions have faced in their internationalization endeavors.
Students’ Perspectives capture the expectations, experiences, challenges, and perspectives of students—domestic, international, undergraduate, or graduate. AIEA hopes students will help us close any gaps around student intercultural experiences on campus.