GAISA Partners with CIHE and Educause
GAISA (The Global Alliance for International Student Alliance) is proud to announce their year-long research project with Hanover Research: Reimaging International Education in a Post-COVID World.
GAISA is extremely pleased to partner with EDUCAUSE and Boston College’s Center for International Higher Education (CIHE) on this research project. EDUCAUSE is the nation’s leading organization on IT issues that impact and change higher education. The CIHE is regarded as a premier academic research center focusing on international education issues in higher education.
GAISA, the Global Alliance for International Student Advancement, has gained traction both within and outside of the higher education community. The focus of our research is to partner with experts in the field to produce timely, relevant, and useful research, with an emphasis on the intersectionality of what impacts international students.
Our first Baseline Research on
won academics and policy makers trust in our ability to learn from student’s perspectives and approach new models of institutional support from a realistic perspective.
Our next endeavour will focus on the converging challenges of international student mental health needs and wellbeing, and the exponential increase of tele-helath and tele-counseling to meet this growing demand.
GAISA will be releasing updates on this project, accompanied by professional development events relating to the findings of the reasearch.
You can find more information and request the snapshot version of the upcoming report by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org