Research & Data

We will be building this section over the next few months. To suggest a research study, data set, or resource to add to this page, please contact us at globaledinbox@gmail.com. Please also let us know if you’re interested in contributing a feature or column devoted to research and data issues.

Pluralizing Perspectives of Chinese International Students

The Promise of International Education International students’ meaning-making in their transnational context is a complex…

August 31, 2022

Forming a Research Agenda for Virtualization of Global Education

Join this GlobalEd Lab Begins October 18, 2022 Virtual exchange, Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL),…

August 29, 2022

Call for Chapter Submissions: Constructivist Approaches to Internationalization

GlobalEd is excited to announce a Call for Chapter Submissions for an edited volume on…

August 26, 2022

Announcing the Early Career Research Fellowship Program

GlobalEd is excited to announce the establishment of a new Research Fellowship Program for early-career…

August 13, 2022

Contribute to the Dissertations in GlobalEd Archive

Every year, emerging scholars and practitioners in the field of global education publish innovative dissertation…

July 27, 2022

Research Studies in the Field - OnGoing

CASSIE is led by the University System of Georgia (USG) in coordination with the Institute of International Education and funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s International and Foreign Language Education Office. CASSIE is a research partnership to study the impact of international education experiences – study abroad, taking a foreign language, Title VI program participation–on student success outcomes.

CASSIE harnesses the power of “big data” from across many institutions to create an evidence base to address key questions that have not previously been explored in a rigorous way.

Results – Study Abroad
Results – World Language
Publications

Bell, A., Bhatt, R., Hodges, L., Rubin, D. & Shiflet, C.(2020). CASSIE Study Abroad and World Language Analyses and Infographics. University System of Georgia.

Research Studies in the Field - Historical

GLOSSARI Project, University of Georgia

International Higher Education Research: The State of the Field (2020)
Bryan McAllister-Grande and Melissa Whatley

This white paper evaluates the state of international higher education research. It examines historical landmarks in the field and key challenges, frameworks, and trends in present day and future international higher education research.

Data Sets