What We’re Reading in International Education (September)

As the leaves begin to turn, turn (or scroll) through some pages of these articles and books on the latest in international education.

Man reading newspaper

Learning a Foreign Language May Make You Immune to Key Decision-Making Biases (Business Insider)
Chicago researchers report that people are immune to two key biases when they think in their second, less familiar language.

36 Hours in Berlin
(New York Times)
One of our Alfa Fellowship alumni offers suggestions for your next quick trip to Germany’s capital.

Global Assignments Enhance Employee Development
(Society for Human Resource Management)
More companies are sending employees abroad to help them grow needed skills.

Wanderlust: For the Young, Broke Professional
(By Deidre N. Mathis)
A thorough guide on how to see the world with limited funds.

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Lauren Aitken

Lauren Aitken

Lauren Aitken is a communications professional focusing on international exchanges, language education, and public diplomacy. She has worked for the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, Cultural Vistas, and Meridian International Center. Lauren has a Master's Degree in Education Policy and Management from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Bachelor's Degree in International Relations and Economics from American University.

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