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Internationalists in 11 European countries across all academic fields had published on average about twice as many articles as locals.
The books and writers who sustain.
A conversation in four parts between Daniel Kontowski and Philip Altbach. Part 3: Making sense of Polish Protests.
Efforts at cross-country collaboration have in some ways stalled, write Manja Klemenčič and Paul Ashwin. Could focus on teaching and learning reinvigorate the Bologna Process?
This year's British elections featured considerable discussion of higher education, and may offer some lessons for candidates for U.S. president, writes Christopher R. Marsicano.
Higher education leaders discuss prospects for change.
The University of San Francisco plans to admit students based on their scores on the Chinese university entrance exam, the gaokao, and an interview. But is that test, with its many flaws, a good tool?
The Japanese government gives $5 million each to Columbia, Georgetown and MIT for endowed professorships in contemporary Japanese politics. Gifts come as some worry about political science shifting away from area studies.
Faculty members in Iraq describe the fears, humiliations and violence they face.
Project in Malta is led by Jordanian company. Proponents say DePaul is playing a key role, but a university statement says it won't be awarding degrees.
OECD prepares for major project to measure effectiveness of universities in the classroom.
Australia considers whether the quest for tuition revenue from abroad is eroding standards.
European Union's new research commissioner tries to sell his agenda.
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