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Three Russian academics describe their decision to leave

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Three Russian academics describe their decision to leave the country.

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Russian academics oppose invasion of Ukraine

But others seek to oppose the war in ways that will not endanger them.

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Peak of Chinese students could come in five years

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Study predicts more students from India and Vietnam will seek an education in Western countries.

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Britain's largest academic union divided by transgender issues

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Will the union support a motion at its conference to take a stand against “gender-critical” feminists who believe it is not possible to change biological sex?

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Is China on the verge of breaking up database publishing?

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Some observers think the China National Knowledge Infrastructure is ripe for a challenge.

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Study: online exam cheating is up

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Study by online proctoring service finds 6.6 percent rate of cheating—up 14 times from before the pandemic.

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Australia sees Western civilization courses grow in popularity

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Despite faculty opposition to the source of funding, students like the programs.

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Russian universities expel antiwar students

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Students are also being rejected by laboratories and being told they will have difficulties defending their theses.

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Brexit appears to be sending more European students to Canada

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Analysis of data suggests that Brexit is responsible for the transatlantic shift.

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Europe debates how to assess research

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European efforts struggle with issues of targets and timelines. Some of the organizations involved threaten to leave the process.

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