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Colleges have come to count on tuition from large numbers of Saudi Arabian students. After years of rapid growth, enrollments are declining on many campuses, in some cases precipitously.
Decision to leave E.U. reflects divisions in nation but goes against wishes of university leaders and many professors.
British citizens vote in a referendum on the U.K.'s continued membership in the E.U. Thursday. What's at stake for higher education?
Universities that set up shop globally should work to uphold principles such as academic freedom, gender equity and freedom of speech -- but they sometimes compromise, scholars argue.
The biennial Scholars at Risk gathering focuses on threats to scholars and academic values globally.
Members of the American Anthropological Association narrowly vote down a resolution to boycott Israeli academic institutions.
Surveys show an increasing number of U.S. institutions are working with commissioned agents to recruit international students.
A lawsuit against the American Studies Association argues its support for the academic boycott of Israel falls outside the scope of its mission.
Highly respected professors face intimidation, threats and smear campaigns for deviating from the views of the Hindu right.
After a legal challenge -- still on appeal -- U.S. issues new rule extending the time some international students can work after graduation.
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