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Report: Pandemic May Put Financial, Enrollment Strain On Colleges

by | March 17, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic, and the campus closures that have ensued, could pose significant enrollm Read more

What Will Happen to the Most Vulnerable Student Populations During the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis?

by | March 12, 2020
Over the last few days, hundreds of colleges and universities have decided to encourage student [...] Read more

Illinois Higher Ed Leaders Call on Congress to Address Visa Delay, Denial Increase

by | February 18, 2020
Presidents and chancellors from nearly 30 colleges and universities throughout Illinois are cal [...] Read more

U of Florida Tells Professors Not to Order Sick Students to be Tested for Coronavirus

| February 14, 2020
The University of Florida on Jan. 31 told its professors to stop ordering visibly sick students [...] Read more

Critics Question Validity of College-Prep Company

by | December 9, 2019
After facing difficulty applying to 25 different colleges in the U.S. and U.K., New Zealander J [...] Read more

New Research Analyzes Growth of International Exchange

by | November 18, 2019
New research by The Institute of International Education (IIE) and the U.S. Department of Stat [...] Read more

English-Learning Program at UVA Helps International Students, Faculty Gain Confidence

by | September 24, 2019
The VISAS program is open to undergraduate students, graduate students, researchers, scholars, [...] 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

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

Making Global Conversation More Inclusive by Considering our Different Academic Cultures

by Nara Roberta Silva | April 19, 2019
Internationalization has been one of the main drivers in higher education in the last decade an [...] Read more

Spontaneous Synergy Happens in a Diverse Classroom

by Judith G. Curtis | January 29, 2019
A kind of magical synergy can break out in a university classroom that is diverse when unlikely [...] Read more

Duke University Professor Apologizes, Steps Down from Admin Post

by | January 28, 2019
Dr. Megan Neely, an assistant professor of biostatistics at Duke University who recently emaile [...] Read more

Naming Rights

by Laura L. Behling | December 10, 2018
I’ve thought a lot about this seemingly simple act of reading names at Commencement. Mostly I [...] Read more

International Students Creating an American Legacy

by Marjorie Zatz | October 23, 2018
Wednesday marks the third annual I Stand with Immigrants College and University Day of Action. [...] Read more
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