A new paper on creating global learning experiences at historically black colleges and universities finds that resource constraints significantly inhibit internationalization efforts. The paper, from the American Council on Education, also emphasizes the central role senior leaders play in creating global learning environments and the need for a broadly shared understanding of the rationale for internationalization efforts.
“The challenges HBCUs face in internationalization won’t be unfamiliar to other institutions, but the unique environments of HBCUs made some of the challenges seem more pronounced,” Gailda P. Davis, the report author and ACE’s associate director of inclusive excellence, said in a press release.
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