Academic travel

Colleges expect few new international students will make it to their campuses this fall

Colleges prepare for big declines in new international student enrollments due to the coronavirus pandemic. But survey data show that about 90 percent of current students remain in the U.S.

Study abroad students caught by international border closures

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Students studying abroad have difficulty getting home after countries close borders and restrict travel due to the coronavirus crisis. Some have gotten home, while others remain stuck in host countries.

COVID-19 disrupts international student exchange in both directions

Questions and stresses remain for international students in the U.S. affected by COVID-19 closures, and many American students studying abroad come home.

Colleges report student exposures to coronavirus, American Physical Society cancels annual meeting

Spread of coronavirus in California, Oregon and Washington triggers student quarantines. American Physical Society cancels annual meeting, colleges cancel more overseas programs and players' group calls for possibly holding March Madness tournament without fans.

Closures and cancellations continued across higher education on March 12

Disruptions spread across higher education on Thurs., March 12. A roundup of the day's news.

Roundup of news on coronavirus and higher ed

Colleges shift classes online, more conferences are canceled and basketball games are played in empty stadiums. A roundup of the latest COVID-19 developments in higher ed.

Survey looks at disruptions to China-related recruitment and academic travel

Survey looks at effect of new coronavirus on Chinese student recruitment and student travel to and from China.

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