Tough Times for U.S. Colleges in Dubai
- Throwing in the Towel
- An Early Take on SUNY
- Quick Takes: Duke President Apologizes, Harassment Case Divides Northeastern Ill., Study Abroad Economics, Michigan State in Dubai, Hawaii Moves Ahead With Lab, Racism or Playing Race Card?
- Quick Takes: U.S. Senator Seeks Changes in American U. Board, Conflict of Interest at Irvine, New York Budget Overrides, Getting Ready for Voice over IP, 2 Grambling Police Officers Arrested
- Quick Takes: Gender Gap in Tenure at MIT, 'Obsession' and Free Speech, Obama's National Service Plan, Academics for Ron Paul, RIT in Dubai, $200M for U.S.-Canadian Telescope Project, University's Crime Report Upheld, Grawemeyer for Education
American colleges that opened campuses in Dubai in recent years are struggling to get enrollments that they need, The New York Times reported. The article noted that both Michigan State University and the Rochester Institute of Technology opened campuses last year, just before Dubai's economy collapsed.