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Canada Signals Leeway on International Student-Visa Caps

With Trudeau government emphasizing visa limits tied to applications and housing availability, more established institutions gain some reassurance.

Harvard May Keep Interim President ‘For Years’

Despite some calls to replace former president Claudine Gay with another Black woman, tradition and mercy might prompt persistence of white male leadership.

Online Pioneers Begin Urgent Pursuit of Value From AI

Paul LeBlanc is stepping down from SNHU’s presidency to help push higher ed to take the generative intelligence challenge far more seriously.

U.S. Students All but Absent From China

While Americans have generally returned to studying abroad post-COVID, Biden administration policies have largely prevented the flow to the U.S.’s political rival from rebounding.

USC Probes Star Neuroscientist on Research Fraud Allegations

The university is investigating Berislav Zlokovic after his lab members described image and notebook manipulation.