- When a Campus Leader Dies
- Return to Iran
- Quick Takes: Alcorn State President Dies, For-Profit Enrollments Up, Contract Probe at North Texas, Miami U. Expands Aid, U.S. Funds for Katrina-Damaged Colleges, Fraternal Lobbying for Brigham Young
- Quick Takes: Limits Proposed on Students From Iran, Good Endowment News, Hartnell Strike Settled, Escalation at Gallaudet, Court Won't Rehear Phoenix Case, Case Scientists Push for Evolution, Race and Rap at Alabama, Race and Welfare in Idaho
- Quick Takes: U. of Mich. Jet Crashes, Utah State Settles With Deaf Students, UMass Vote of No Confidence, Cost of Firing Dean, Education Dept. Urged to Improve Aid to Minority Colleges, Gates Grant of $105M to U. of Wash., UK to Focus on Islamic Studies
- UMass will not admit Iranian students to certain science and engineering programs
- A new era of U.S.-Iranian educational exchange?
- Keeping Connected With Iran
Quick Takes: Gates Scholarships Expanded, Plane Crash Kills President of Pueblo CC, Visas Revoked for Iranian Reunion, Disability Settlement With Colorado College, Transfer of Credit Suit Settled, Limits on Academic Freedom Feared in UK
August 7, 2006
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