Students are the centerpiece of campus and curriculum internationalization because they drive their campus’ academic and intercultural programs. Students come from different backgrounds (including social, ethnic, economic, linguistic, and cultural) and often need to navigate different identities throughout their enrollment. Within this framework, this series seeks to capture student expectations, experiences, challenges, and perspectives—whether the students are domestic, international, undergraduate, or graduate. Contributions to the series could shed light on students’ personal circumstances and journeys and help to close any gaps in perceptions around student intercultural experiences on campus.
Please send submissions to committee chair Dr. Funwi Ayuninjam (email@example.com).