At annual gathering of study abroad administrators, speakers describe a need for programs guided by more clearly defined learning outcomes.
A University of New Hampshire lecturer is dismissed after administrators question medical decisions she made leading a trip to Nicaragua. She says she could have used more support from the institution -- not condemnation.
NYU reinvents itself as a "global network university," but critics at home question the creation of campuses in nondemocratic countries and the effect of rapid international expansion on programs in Greenwich Village.
New preliminary research suggests that the risk of sexual assault for female undergraduates increases during study abroad.
Open Doors data show foreign student enrollments are up 5.7 percent and study abroad 1.3 percent. For the first time in more than 10 years, top category of foreign student is undergraduates.
U.S. appeals panel overturns lower court ruling that Tennessee-Knoxville acted legally in firing Seventh-day Adventist employee who declined to monitor emergency help line during her Sabbath.
Should studying off-campus become a new retention strategy?
American program administrators in Egypt foresee greater stability, not complications, with election of first Islamist president.
Four years ago, a business school began requiring its undergraduates to study abroad. How has the policy worked out?
Unrest in popular study abroad destinations for those seeking to study Arabic and Arab cultures has led more Americans to Beirut.