Virtual Issue: Diversity and Inclusion in Education Abroad

Guest Editors:
Eduardo Contreras, Ed.D., Assistant Provost, University of Portland
Lily López-McGee, Ph.D., Director for the Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Program, Howard University
David Wick, Ed.D., Assistant Professor, Middlebury Institute of International Studies
Tasha Y. Willis, Ed.D., Associate Professor Cal State Los Angeles

Introduction
Guest Editors

Piropos and friendships: Gender and culture clash in study abroad
Susan B. Twombly (1995)

Towards reconciliation in the motherland: Race, class, nationality, gender, and the complexities of American student presence at the University of Ghana, Legon.
Jennifer Landau & David Chioni Moore (2001)

The GLOSSARI project: Initial findings from a system-wide research initiative on study abroad learning outcomes
Richard C. Sutton & Donald L. Rubin (2004)

The impact of short-term study abroad on the identity development of college students with learning disabilities and/or AD/HD
Wendy Shames & Peg Alden (2005)

Inclusive excellence and underrepresentation of students of color in study abroad
Karyn Sweeney (2013)

College students’ sexual orientation, gender identity, and participation in study abroad
Kelly M. Bryant & Krista M. Soria (2015)

‘And still we rise’: Microaggressions and intersectionality in the study abroad experiences of Black women
Tasha Y. Willis (2015)

Unique opportunities: Influence of study abroad on Black Students
Jasmine Lee & Qiana Greene (2016)

Programs traveling to the African continent: A critical content analysis of a Teach Abroad program
Ifeyinwa Onyenekwu, Julieanne Marie Angeli, Ransford Pinto, & Ty-Ron Douglas (2017)

Faith development while abroad amongst African American students
Thandiwe Dinani (2018)

Undocumented student participation in education abroad: An institutional analysis
Paige E. Butler, Meggan Madden, & Nickie Smith (2018)

Additional Readings