Second Language Learning: Cultural Adaptation Processes in International Graduate Students in U.S. Universities

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  • Mariella Espinoza Herold Northern Arizona University, United States

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32674/jis.v2i1.543

Abstract

The impact of globalization, the rapid technical advancements, and the access to educational opportunities have attracted large numbers of bright international students to study in the United States. Graduate and undergraduate international students as well as foreign-born faculty are now visible in American higher education institutions

Author Biography

Mariella Espinoza Herold, Northern Arizona University, United States

Dr. Espinoza-Herold is a faculty at Northern Arizona University. She has participated in teacher professional development projects and initiatives in the areas of effective schooling for culturally-diverse student populations. She has also served as faculty at the University of Arizona. She was the recipient of two Fulbright awards and a Sasakawi award. Her awards and fellowship allowed her to observe educational systems in Japan, China, Europe and Latin America.

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Published

2012-01-01

How to Cite

Herold, M. E. (2012). Second Language Learning: Cultural Adaptation Processes in International Graduate Students in U.S. Universities. Journal of International Students, 2(1), 124–125. https://doi.org/10.32674/jis.v2i1.543

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Book Reviews