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‘Adversarial Collaboration’ Makes Feuding Scholars Work Together

Pairing ideologically opposed academics should become a sector norm when researchers disagree, says Penn project leader.

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Is There a Future for U.S. Campuses in China?

American branch campuses in China are facing a confluence of logistical, geopolitical and economic challenges. Many wonder whether the risks are still worth the rewards.

American University of Beirut to Open Cyprus Campus

The American University of Beirut is moving ahead with plans to open a campus in Cyprus, its first campus outside...
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‘The UN of Higher Ed’ Returns to a Changed World

A mix of optimism and anxiety defined this year’s NAFSA conference, three years after the COVID-19 pandemic upended international higher ed.

Leeza Fernand, an administrator at Northern Virginia community college, stands below a large, red lantern with her arms outstretched.

Broadening the Fulbright Program’s Reach

Some community college leaders and scholars are advocating for more access to the international educational and cultural exchange program.

Major Changes Coming for Texas A&M Qatar

A reorganization plan is poised to take effect at Texas A&M University at Qatar. Faculty members at both the branch campus and in College Station are pushing back.

CDC to Colleges: 'Consider' Canceling Exchange Programs

Citing dynamic nature of coronavirus spread, new guidance from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tells colleges to "consider" canceling foreign exchange programs and asking current participants to return to their home countries.

Canceled Course Renews Academic Freedom Concerns

Yale report finds no violation of academic freedom in the cancellation of a course on dissent at Yale-NUS College in Singapore. Experts say the incident points to tensions surrounding academic freedom in countries with limited political freedoms.