International Students in American Colleges and Universities: A History

  • Ling Gao LeBeau Indiana University at Bloomington, United States

Abstract

International Students in American Colleges and Universities: A History provides a comprehensive historical overview of international student exchange in the U.S. The purpose of this book is to trace the history of international students in institutions of American higher education by enumerating why and how international students have studied in the U.S. since the 18th century. It also provides an overview of international students’ impact on American higher education and society. International educators will not only obtain historical knowledge of international students but also become enlightened about the field of internationalization.

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Author Biography

Ling Gao LeBeau, Indiana University at Bloomington, United States

Ling Gao LeBeau is a doctoral student in Higher Education at Indiana University. LeBeau’s research areas include: campus internationalization; curriculum internationalization; foreign language teacher development; foreign language learner engagement; international faculty development.

Published
2012-01-01
How to Cite
LeBeau, L. G. (2012). International Students in American Colleges and Universities: A History. Journal of International Students, 2(1), 126-127. Retrieved from https://www.ojed.org/index.php/jis/article/view/544
Section
Research Articles