A new book, Inequalities in Study Abroad and Study Mobility has been published on November 16, 2020 by Routledge (Taylor & Francis), in collaboration with the STAR Scholars Network, Journal of International Students, and Open Journals in Education. This book has been edited by Dr. Suzan Kommers and Dr. Krishna Bista, two prominent scholars of higher education. Dr. Kommers, STAR Fellow, is Research Associate at Nuffic, the Dutch Organization for Internationalization in Education, Netherlands. Suzan received her Ph.D. from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in which she primarily investigated internationalization of the higher education system.
Dr. Bista, Vice President of STAR, is Associate Professor at Morgan State University, USA. Krishna is Founder/Executive Editor of the Journal of International Students and the founding Chair of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) Study Abroad and International Students SIG
Dr. Gerardo L. Blanco, Associate Professor of higher education at Boston College says, “Inequalities in Study Abroad and Student Mobility presents a remarkable set of voices that, taken together, provide a deep, critical, and valuable analysis of some of the most pressing issues for international higher education. The contributions that Bista and Kommers have brought together are well positioned to lead the way toward a new internationalization that is guided by values and principles.”
Dr. Ravi Ammigan, Associate Deputy Provost at the University of Delaware, USA adds, “This book serves as an important resource for international educators and practitioners at a critical time when institutions are grappling with inequality issues in Study Abroad and student mobility. It offers both practical and research-driven insights that can guide institutional policy and practice in promoting diversity, empathy, and inclusive internationalization on campus.”