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Protesting Hong Kong College Students Plan Class Boycott

by | August 22, 2019 Students union leaders from 10 Hong Kong universities will call for a boycott of the start of c [...] Read more

Federal Rule Change Likely to Impact International and Immigrant Students

by Lois Elfman | August 20, 2019
While the U.S. public-charge rule has existed since the 1990s, the new version has far-reaching [...] Read more

Nonprofit to Implement Global Education Program for Girls

by | August 14, 2019
Plan International USA, a non-profit organization focused on ending poverty, recently received [...] Read more

Sharp International Student Decline Costs US, Study Finds

by | August 8, 2019
There has been a steady decline in international students studying in the United States over th [...] Read more

US Should Attract, Retain More International Talent

by David Steele Figueredo | July 29, 2019
The media has recently emphasized the importance of talent to ensure the global competitiveness [...] Read more

HACU Leaders Focus on Internationalization, Immigration Reform

by | October 8, 2018
Conversations on the importance of Hispanic-serving institutions (HSIs) internationalizing thei [...] Read more

Institute for University Women Leaders from Diverse Global Venues Builds Network

by Beverly Lindsay & Yolanda Moses | August 1, 2018
When undertaking American federal grants in the United States and England, we encountered inter [...] Read more
‘London Professor’ in Interference Case Made Many Russia Trips

‘London Professor’ in Interference Case Made Many Russia Trips

by Gregory Katz and Nataliya Vasileva, Associated Press | November 2, 2017
MOSCOW — The little-known professor suspected of being a link between Russia and the Donald T [...] Read more
UK Academics Irked by Letter Seeking Brexit Lecture Details

UK Academics Irked by Letter Seeking Brexit Lecture Details

by Jill Lawless, Associated Press | October 24, 2017
LONDON — British academics accused a lawmaker from the governing Conservative Party on Tuesda [...] Read more
Soros-founded University Urges Hungarian Government to Sign Deal

Soros-founded University Urges Hungarian Government to Sign Deal

by Pablo Gorondi, Associated Press | October 17, 2017
BUDAPEST, Hungary — The rector of a university founded by financier and philanthropist George [...] Read more
Scholar Researching Hispanic History in U.S. Higher Ed

Scholar Researching Hispanic History in U.S. Higher Ed

by Catherine Morris | October 11, 2017
Conventional wisdom holds that Hispanics are a recent addition to the academy. Dr. Pablo Mitche [...] Read more
Hungary: George Soros-founded School Hopes for Imminent Deal

Hungary: George Soros-founded School Hopes for Imminent Deal

by Associated Press | October 3, 2017
BUDAPEST, Hungary — A university founded by Hungarian-American billionaire philanthropist Geo [...] Read more
More Study Abroad Opportunities Needed for Students of Color

More Study Abroad Opportunities Needed for Students of Color

by Catherine Morris | October 2, 2017
According to NAFSA, the Association of International Educators, students of color made up only [...] Read more
Independence Banners on Hong Kong Campus Renew Tensions

Independence Banners on Hong Kong Campus Renew Tensions

by Associated Press | September 6, 2017
HONG KONG — Banners supporting independence for Chinese-controlled Hong Kong have appeared on [...] Read more
NCAA President Emmert in Tokyo to Offer Advice on College Sports Body

NCAA President Emmert in Tokyo to Offer Advice on College Sports Body

by Jim Armstrong, Associated Press | August 30, 2017
TOKYO — NCAA president Mark Emmert offered Japanese sports industry leaders advice on forming [...] Read more
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