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University Boards: Divest From Uyghur Genocide

University governing boards should answer their students’ call and divest from Chinese companies complicit in genocide against Uyghurs, Keith Krach writes.

Money Flows to Carnegie Mellon's Campus in Rwanda

A $275 million investment in the only U.S. university in Africa aims for a continentwide impact, but the campus’s ties to the Rwandan president have cast a pall over the news.

Ukrainian Students Costly for Slovakian Universities

A new wave of enrollment is expected this fall, even as the institutions face deep budget cuts.

Virtual Exchanges Promote Equity in Global Learning

Proponents argue that virtual exchange programs shouldn’t be dismissed as “second best” to on-the-ground study abroad, and they can expand the global learning ecosystem in important ways.

Mergers in Japanese Academe

Talks between two top universities fuel speculation that a new government grant program will spur others to consider joining forces.

South Korea Can’t Hold On to an Education Minister

Three people have come and gone in three months. Many fear that key issues have been left in the lurch.

Ukraine Faces an Academic Crisis

International aid must be directed toward Ukraine's battered education sector, Mark Temnycky writes.