2017 Volume 7(4)

Journal of International Students, October/November 2017 ~ Volume 7 Number 4:  [eBook, Print Book

Special Issue on the Role of Student Affairs in International Student Transition and Success


Front Matter 

 Editorial: Role of Students Affairs in International Student Transition and Success

  1. Racializing Experiences of Foreign-Born and Ethnically Diverse Black Male Engineering Graduate Students: Implications for Student Affairs Practice, Policy, and Research. By Brian A. Burt, Alexander Knight, Justin Roberson, pp. 925-943
  2. Academic Advisors and Their Diverse Advisees: Towards More Ethical Global Universities. By Yuko Ikegami Lee, Amy Scott Metcalfe, pp. 944-962
  3. Supporting Chinese Undergraduate Students in Transition at U.S. Colleges and Universities. By Kerrie A. Montgomery, pp. 963-989
  4. International Students’ Cocurricular Involvement at a University in South Africa. By Sapna Naik, Matthew R. Wawrzynski, Joelle Brown, pp. 990-1009
  5. Exploring the Influence of Student Affairs on Adjustment and Adaptation for Indonesian Graduate Students. By David J. Nguyen, Jay B. Larson, pp. 1010-1029
  6. Problematic areas of host university support services for short-term mobility students. By Adriana Perez-Encinas, Jesus Rodriguez-Pomeda, Mikulas Josek, pp. 1030-1047
  7. The Role of Student Affairs in a New University in a Conflict Zone. By Enakshi Sengupta, pp. 1048-1064
  8. Strategies and Initiatives in Acculturation: Voices from Ghana. By Susan Boafo-Arthur, Dzifa A. Attah, Ama Boafo-Arthur, Thomas D. Akoensi, pp. 1065-1079
  9. A Collaborative Programming and Outreach Model for International Student Support Offices. By Peter Briggs, Ravichandran Ammigan, pp. 1080-1095
  10. Peer support for international doctoral students in managing supervision relationships. By Sherrie Lee, pp. 1096-1103
  11. Ivy League Experience: Increasing care, increasing engagement. By Silvester G. Mata, Jr., pp. 1104-1112
  12. Providing Culturally Relevant Services for International Black African Collegians in the United States: A Guide for Student Affairs Professionals. By Ifeyinwa Uchechi Onyenekwu, pp. 1113-1125
  13. Troubling Metaphors and International Student Adjustment: Reflections from a Transnational Place. By David Starr-Glass, pp. 1126-1134
  14. Recurring Themes Across Fractal Issues Facing International Students: 2016 Dissertations and Theses. By Krishna Bista, Uttam Gaulee, pp. 1135-1151
  15. Developing the Global Student: Higher Education in an Era of Globalization Internationalization in Higher Education Series. By Roger “Mitch” Nasser, Jr., pp. 1152-1156

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