January 8, 2016 - FENCES: Faces of Migration - Suggested by the CAER Editorial Staff

Central Michigan University's Kent Miller (Associate Professor, Department of Journalism) has created an exemplar scholarly activity of combining classroom pedagogy with current events that has culminated in the documentary photojournalism collaborative project FENCES: Faces of Migration. Working with 14 CMU photojournalism students and world-renowned photographer Danny Wilcox Frasier, Miller has utilized documentary photojournalism as a innovative pedagogical method to illustrate the issues, concerns, successes, and failures of global migration. Situated in the U.S., the student-generated photographs and accompanying narratives results in a compelling visual mediated experience that is stunning, dramatic, and though-provoking. FENCES: Faces of Migration represents an innovative pedagogical approach to addressing contemporary international issues that prompts student participation in a way that will most like generate a life-long learning experience for all involved.

November 6, 2015 - Good Articles to Read - Suggested by the CAER Editorial Staff

Ilina, I.Y., et. al. (2015, April). Scientific degrees as a status characteristic of Russian university teachers. International Education Studies, 8(5), 165-171. doi:10.5539/ies.v8n5p1 Article discusses the current state of Russian higher education teachers and the status of scientific degrees.

Mamoshina, P. (2015, June 23). Is there a future for Russian science? Bioinformatics may be its best bet. LinkedIn. Retrieved November 5, 2015 from Author suggests Russians could make a name for themselves by analyzing and reporting on scientific data being produced

Sursock, A. (2015). Trends 2015: Learning and Teaching in European Universities. European University Association. Retrieved November 6, 2015 from