The Fulbright Program has long been known as a tool to promote international understanding by sending American scholars abroad and bringing professors from all over the world to American campuses.
AAUP condemns boycotts -- and faces criticism for invitations to backers of sanctions against Israeli universities.
Facing demands for study in Israel, U.S. colleges rethink reliance on State Dept. warnings -- potentially opening up programs in many countries.
Association, criticized over invitation list and distribution of anti-Semitic materials, abandons plan to revive session.
Scholars' critical examination of U.S.-Israeli ties is called shoddy and bigoted; others say harsh reaction proves the study's point.
Student's exhibit had been called off because his paintings criticizing Palestinian terrorists were viewed as offensive.
Some British academics again try to isolate colleges and professors in Israel -- and other academics see the movement as offensive.
Students at Irvine prepare for "Holocaust in the Holy Land" week -- and educators at many campuses struggle for civility.
Union vote proceeds despite intense lobbying from American faculty groups, who see a serious violation of academic freedom.
Colleges in Lebanon and Israel -- with many American students enrolled for the summer -- deal with return of violence to the region.
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