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Asian international students are questioning their choice to study in the U.S.  What can colleges do differently? In March 2020, thousands of international students scrambled to make a plan that would affect the next year of their lives, if not their foreseeable futures. The majority of them were from Asian…

MCQ. Issue 22
07/14/2021
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Mental and Behavioral Health

The Mental Health of Asian International Students Should Be a Priority for US Colleges

There are currently over a million international undergraduate and graduate students attending higher education institutions in the United States, making up 5.5% of all enrollments.  This highly sought-after group of students has brought scholarship diversity, global perspective, and steady tuition to American higher education. But as these numbers start to…

MCQ. Issue 22
07/14/2021
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FRONTLINES: Interview with Dr. Jean Chin

As we continue to recognize the expertise of college health leaders in our FRONTLINES column, Dr. Jean Chin, from the University of Georgia, stands out.  She is a superb role model for all who have been fortunate enough to work for or with her.  She developed her focus on service…

MCQ. Issue 22
07/14/2021
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