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The booklet features articles about trends, debates and strategies of a range of institutions.
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On the place of knowledge in society and the institutions that support its creation, conservation and transmission/exchange.
Internationalists in 11 European countries across all academic fields had published on average about twice as many articles as locals.
At the Generation Study Abroad summit, a shared goal is to increase -- and diversify -- the pool of American students going overseas.
Two new reports raise concerns about attempts “to silence advocacy for Palestinian rights” on campuses.
Multiple programs and scholarships seek to help refugees from Syria and elsewhere obtain higher education, but the need dwarfs the response.
Obfuscation: it's not just for post-structuralists anymore. Scott McLemee discusses a book on creating privacy in digital society.
Private equity company offers full scholarships for master's level study in U.S. or Europe, but students must return home for two years of work after finishing degrees.
U.S. universities are increasingly dependent on growing enrollments of students from China. Will the growth continue amid an economic slowdown?
Adam Habib, vice chancellor of the University of the Witwatersrand, discusses how he plans to recruit more black academics without resorting to a freeze on the hiring of white academics.
As Australian candidate suggests linking government funds to student retention and job outcomes, university leaders warn of unintended consequences.
Study of German academics suggests that extra pay concentrates talent and boosts output from some institutions, with corresponding losses elsewhere.
Texas A&M announced two years ago that it would build a branch campus in Nazareth. Here's the story of what's happened since.
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