| by Anne Campbell and Thi Nguyen MAIEM ’20

Climate change is one of our most pressing issues. International education is one way young people can learn about the planet. At the same time, international education has been highly dependent on air travel and related resources.

So, are these two in conflict, or do they work together? And what are some innovative approaches to reducing the carbon impact of international education? Dr. Anne Campbell, associate professor of the International Education Management (IEM) program, and Thi Nguyen IEM ’20, assistant director of global recruiting, share the most recent research and discuss the future of sustainability in international student mobility programs. Watch the recording below.

Climate Change and International Education: Going Global and/or Going Green?