State Department says it does not want colleges to call off study abroad programs. Many institutions urge students to be vigilant.
President lifts Bush regulations that have decimated American colleges' academic programs in the country.
American colleges scramble to evacuate students.
Educators involved in study abroad expect interest in the Middle East to grow, but many colleges are looking for alternatives to programs they had in Cairo.
At community college law conference, session on study abroad in tempestuous circumstances has eerie overtones of Cairo.
As country opens somewhat to American students, proponents describe unprecedented opportunities for exchange, while critics wonder ask if restrictions raise questions about academic legitimacy.
In wake of eased restrictions, international educators discuss the merits of restarting academic programs in Cuba.
At gathering of international educators, commission-based recruiting remains a hot topic; other areas of discussion include gay international students and links between extracurricular and curricular.
Now in its fifth year, DukeEngage allows hundreds of students to spend a summer of service at home or abroad, at no cost to them.
At conference of international educators, panelists discuss the state of international education in Japan and Mexico.
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