Book Review- Developing the Global Student: Higher Education in an Era of Globalization Internationalization in Higher Education Series

  • Roger "Mitch" Nasser, Jr. Lindenwood University, United States

Abstract

While administrators may consider increasing their international student population as a plausible solution to the enrollment crisis, they must also consider how these students navigate the campus environments. What are our responsibilities as higher education administrators? How will U.S. students respond to their international classmates? Moreover, will native students understand and accept the differences they encounter? David Killick’s book, Developing the Global Student: Higher Education in an Era of Globalization asks how prepared students are for the international community. Killick’s discussion methods include philosophy, student development, and self-reflection, which will appeal to most readers.

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Author Biography

Roger "Mitch" Nasser, Jr., Lindenwood University, United States
ROGER “MITCH” NASSER JR, PhD, is an Assistant Professor and Higher Education Program Chair, Educational Leadership, Lindenwood University. His major research interests lie in the area of supervision, emergency response, and social issues in higher education.
Published
2017-10-01
How to Cite
Nasser, Jr., R. "Mitch". (2017). Book Review- Developing the Global Student: Higher Education in an Era of Globalization Internationalization in Higher Education Series. Journal of International Students, 7(4), 1152-1156. Retrieved from https://www.ojed.org/index.php/jis/article/view/199
Section
Book Reviews