Why Professors Should Teach Abroad

In 2004, for the first time, the number of Americans studying abroad surpassed 200,000. While newer numbers are not yet available, there is every reason to think they will continue to climb steadily (even with recent legal turmoil over study-abroad providers and perks), since most universities now recognize global awareness and international experience as key components of the intellectual and vocational "value added" of an undergraduate education. Indeed, legislation approved by the House of