Members In the News
October-December 2022
AIEA Member Judith Pennywell has been named as one of the 2022 recipients of the President’s Award for Distinguished Service in International Education by University of Michigan. UM President's award winners.

September 2022

AIEA member and Louisiana State University SIO, Samba Dieng contributed to the article "Why the Next Wave of International Students May Come From Africa" published on

October - December 2021

AIEA member and Louisiana State University SIO, Samba Dieng contributed to the article "Why the Next Wave of International Students May Come From Africa" published on

Congratulations AIEA member, Dr. Kalpen Trivedi for being honored with the 2021 IIE Senior International Officer of the Year Award

Congratulations to a number of AIEA member institutions for being recognized by NAFSA, receiving the 2021 Senator Paul Simon Award! Among the recipients of the 2021 Senator Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization were member institutions Florida International University, Lehigh University, and The University of Texas at Austin. The 2021 NAFSA Senator Paul Simon Spotlight Award was awarded to three institutions, two of which are AIEA member institutions: Indiana University Bloomington, for its Global Gateway for Teachers program and the University of North Carolina Wilmington, for its First-Year Spring Admit (FYSA) in the UK program.

January–May 2021 

President Harvey Charles and AIEA member Anthony Ogden contributed the article "Only Experienced International Educators Need Apply" to University World News. 

The AIEA Occasional Paper "Today's Women Leaders in International Education" (by Helen Gaudette, Clare Overmann, Joanna Regulska, and Mrinmoyee Bhattacharya) was cited and discussed in an article from the 2020-2021 Diversity Abroad Taskforce for Career Advancement and Belonging, "The Cascading Impact of COVID-19 on Women in International Education."

Congratulations to AIEA member institutions Florida International University and the Institute of International Education (IIE) on being selected as 2021 Stevens Initiative Grantees for their virtual exchange programs! The programs selected for grants were FIU Tabadul: Creating Language-Learning Community Through Virtual Reality and Harnessing Innovation through Virtual Exchange for Enhanced Results (HIVER).

AIEA was noted in Karin Fischer's examination of gender parity in international education leadership at the Chronicle of Higher Education

June–August 2020

AIEA member David DiMaria contributed an article to The Conversation titled "6 ways a drop in international students could set back US higher education."

2019 Josephson Award recipient Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez co-authored the essay "We are More Than Your Paycheck: The Dehumanization of International Students in the United States".

AIEA Past President William Brustein's article "10 Ways to Make a Case for the Future for International Education" was featured in the July 2020 issue of NAFSA's International Educator.

Congratulations to AIEA Immediate Past President Cheryl Matherly for being honored with 2020 IIE Senior International Office of the Year Award!

AIEA Member Kendra Sharp published the opinion piece "The Trump Administration is Moving to Restrict International Students. Why That's a Bad Idea." in the Washington Post.

Past President Penelope Pynes steps down as Associate Provost of International Programs at UNC Greensboro after more than 20 years in international education leadership. Congratulations, Nell!

January–May 2020

AIEA Executive Director Darla Deardorff and Past President Harvey Charles co-authored the articles “The pandemic has shown us the imperative for global engagement in higher education” and "International educators must lead on anti-racist education" in Times Higher Education.

A number of AIEA members and institutions were presented with awards at the 2020 NAFSA conference. AIEA members Stephen C. Dunnett and Heidi Gregori-Gahan were awarded NAFSA's 2020 Life Membership Award for their career achievements in the field. Among the recipients of the 2020 Senator Paul Simon Award for Comprehensive Internationalization were member institutions Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach Campus; Emerson College; and University of California, Davis. The 2020 Senator Paul Simon Spotlight Award was awarded to three AIEA member institutions: Agnes Scott College for its Summit – Global Learning Program, DePaul University for its Global Learning Experience Program, and University of Maryland for its Year of Immigration Initiative.

Professional Development and Engagement Committee co-chair Erich Dietrich was quoted in the ABC news piece “Coronavirus leaves international college students in limbo over their futures.”

AIEA member Anthony Ogden co-authored the article "How COVID-19 could accelerate opportunities for IHE" in University World News.

With their 2020 AIEA Innovation Award selection, the International Office of the University of Calgary (led by AIEA member Janaka Ruwanpura) celebrates its second innovation award and sixth excellence award win since 2016.

Immediate Past President Cheryl Matherly was quoted in the CNN Health article "Why the impact of coronavirus could be particularly bad on college campuses."

AIEA Board Member Reitumetse Obakeng Mabokela, Executive Director Darla Deardorff, and members Lindsay Addington, Peter Baker, and Jennifer Evanuik contributed articles to the latest issue of IIE Networker.

A number of AIEA members—Past President William Brustein, Immediate Past President Cheryl Matherly, Cheryl Delk-Le Good, Phil Honeywood, Lindsay Addington, Rajika Bhandari—were quoted in the February 13 Inside Higher Ed article "Will Coronavirus Crisis Trigger an Enrollment Crisis?"

October-December 2019

Executive Director Darla Deardorff and AIEA member Rajika Bhandari both had publications highlighted in EAIE's blog post "EAIE New Knowledge Alert: November 2019."

Toyo University received the Strategy Monitoring and Achievements Award at the IAU 2019 International Conference, Transforming Higher Education for the Futurewhich was held November 13-15 in Puebla, Mexico.

AIEA President Cheryl Matherly will deliver a keynote speech at the Westminster Higher Education Forum's policy conference "Growing international student numbers in the UK - recruitment, visa reform, student experience and career progression."

AIEA Past President John Hudzik contributed the essay "Higher Education Civic (Dis)Engagement and Internationalization" to NAFSA’s International Education in a Time of Global Disruption report (available for free).

AIEA Treasurer and Past President Gil Merkx was a keynote speaker at the Center of National Resource Center Directors Meeting in New Orleans, LA. 

July–September 2019

AIEA member Joanna Regulska’s essay “The Changing Role of the SIO: New Directions in Internationalization and Student Success” was featured in the Fall 2019 issue of the IIENetworker magazine, The New Student: Shifting the Global Education Paradigm.

AIEA President Cheryl Matherly will deliver the keynote speech "The UK’s competitive position in the global HE market" at the Westminster Higher Education Forum's policy conference "Growing international student numbers in the UK - recruitment, visa reform, student experience and career progression."

Written by Executive Director Darla Deardoff, the Routledge Focus on Environment and Sustainability series entry Manual for Developing Intercultural Competencies: Story Circles was published and made available through open access in August 2019.

AIEA President Cheryl Matherly co-authored the chapter "Linking Learning Abroad and Employability" in Routledge's Internationalization and Employability in Higher Education. This volume also includes a chapter co-authored by Executive Director Darla Deardorff titled "Cultural understanding as a key skill for employability."

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