During annual gathering of international educators, panelists discuss the underrepresentation of minorities in education abroad, among other topics.
Other hot topics at international ed meeting: visa frustration, study abroad for all majors, and internationalization issues.
AMIDEAST and top professors in the field plan programs throughout the Middle East, with an eye toward significantly increasing study abroad opportunities.
Outgoing director of Arcadia's Center for Education Abroad talks about the growth of third-party providers, oversight and, yes, subpoenas.
Graduate students get broader insight into issues they might soon be facing in higher education in Virginia Tech's "Global Perspectives" study abroad course.
For small groups of American students and scholars in a country hit by war, evacuation replaces research and study.
Shorter programs have grown in recent years, but there's a lack in consistency across home institutions as to their worth -- in the currency of credits, at least.
Students and parents sue cell phone provider popular among study abroad participants, alleging unfair billing practices.
Provider settles with U.S. in a dispute over academic travel in Cuba. But because of stricter regulations (which this case predates), academic exchange remains limited.
International numbers up 7 percent, but reported increase is fueled largely by big gains in non-degree and training programs, and more accurate counting. Study abroad keeps growing.
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