Philip G. Altbach is research professor and founding director of the Center for International Higher Education at Boston College. He has served as editor of the Comparative Education Review and of the Review of Higher Education and was Distinguished Scholar Leader of the Fulbright New Century Scholars program. He has been on the faculty at the State University of New York at Buffalo, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Harvard University and has been visiting professor at the University of Bombay (India) and Stanford University.
Hans de Wit is director of the Center for International Higher Education and professor of the practice at the Lynch School of Education and Human Development of Boston College. He is founding editor of the Journal of Studies in Higher Education, consulting editor of Policy Reviews in Higher Education and edits, together with Philip Altbach and Rebecca Schendel, the book series Global perspectives in Higher Education (Brill/Sense). He is Senior Fellow of the International Association of Universities (IAU), chair of the Board of Trustees of World Education Services and publishes on—as well as advises (inter)national entities and institutions of higher education around the world about—the internationalization of higher education.
Rebecca Schendel is associate director of the Center for International Higher Education and assistant professor of the practice at the Lynch School of Education and Human Development of Boston College. Rebecca has previously served on the faculty of the UCL Institute of Education (UK) and has worked at Orphans of Rwanda (a university scholarship program based in Kigali, Rwanda), in the Study Abroad Office at the University of Maryland-College Park and at the Institute of International Education in Washington, DC.