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Scholarships, Tutoring to Save ‘Lost Generation’ of Syrians

Scholarships, Tutoring to Save ‘Lost Generation’ of Syrians

by Karin Laub, Associated Press | February 2, 2016 ZARQA, Jordan ― Until recently, Syrian refugee Eyad Zoulghena only had bad options. The 22-ye Read more

Journalism Vet Incorporates Syrian Refugee Experience Into Classes

by Catherine Morris | January 31, 2016
This spring at Rutgers University, the course will pair journalism students with Syrian refugee [...] Read more
David Cameron Says Lack of Diversity at Top Shames Britain

David Cameron Says Lack of Diversity at Top Shames Britain

by Associated Press |
LONDON ― British Prime Minister David Cameron says he will make universities disclose what pr [...] Read more
SAT Tests Canceled in China, Macau Over Cheating Concerns

SAT Tests Canceled in China, Macau Over Cheating Concerns

by Joe Mandak, Associated Press | January 21, 2016
PITTSBURGH ― The firm that oversees registrations for the SAT has canceled college entrance e [...] Read more
Deadly Pakistani School Attack Raises Security Questions

Deadly Pakistani School Attack Raises Security Questions

by Riaz Khan and Zarar Khan, Associated Press | January 20, 2016
CHARSADDA, Pakistan ― Once again, Islamic militants stormed a school in northeastern Pakistan [...] Read more
Suicide of Student Triggers Protests in Southern India

Suicide of Student Triggers Protests in Southern India

by Omer Farooq, Associated Press | January 19, 2016
HYDERABAD, India ― Shouting slogans and holding placards, hundreds of students on Tuesday ang [...] Read more
State Colleges Consider Discount for Some Mexican Students

State Colleges Consider Discount for Some Mexican Students

by Associated Press | January 18, 2016
SANTA FE, N.M. ― New Mexico lawmakers are weighing whether to offer lower tuition at state co [...] Read more

SUNY Broome’s Health Care MOOC Gaining Global Attention

by Catherine Morris | January 5, 2016
Foundations for Assisting in Home Care is targeted at individuals who are considering pursuing [...] Read more
U. of Illinois Finalizes $600,000 Settlement with Salaita

U. of Illinois Finalizes $600,000 Settlement with Salaita

by Associated Press | January 4, 2016
  URBANA, Ill. ― The University of Illinois has finalized a $600,000 legal settlement wi [...] Read more

Diverse Docket: Retired Professor Waited Too Long to Sue

by Eric Freedman | January 3, 2016
Judge rules Iran-born retired business professor waited too long to sue the University of Illin [...] Read more

Claflin University Promoting Female Entrepreneurship in India

by Catherine A. Morris |
Claflin University will partner with the University of Calcutta to promote female entrepreneurs [...] Read more
More Chinese Students Seeking U.S. Community College Degrees

More Chinese Students Seeking U.S. Community College Degrees

by Associated Press | December 29, 2015
LOS ANGELES ― Wealthy Chinese undergraduates aren’t the only ones looking to get a coll [...] Read more
Campus Activists Unite in Call for Divestments at Colleges

Campus Activists Unite in Call for Divestments at Colleges

by Collin Binkley, Associated Press |
BOSTON ― Campus activists who often fight in parallel with one another for their respective c [...] Read more
International Students’ Issue About Food at Oberlin College Boiling Over

International Students’ Issue About Food at Oberlin College Boiling Over

by Mark Gillispie, Associated Press | December 22, 2015
CLEVELAND ― A ruckus over the cultural sensitivity of cafeteria food at Ohio’s Oberlin Coll [...] Read more

Why Must International Students Pick Up the Tab for U.S. Higher Education?

by Samantha Koo |
The growth in student population does not fully account for the increasing rate of the profits [...] Read more
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