A research project is on hold and a speech canceled as an Iraqi professor's attempts to come to North America are stymied.
With deadline approaching for unifying higher ed system, European universities pick up pace on aligning degrees.
Why is Education Department replacing respected head of international efforts with someone inexperienced in the field?
Case at Duke's business school highlights concerns over different definitions of academic integrity for students from different countries.
Survey results shed light on priorities and preferences of potential international students as international education conference begins.
British faculty union delegates endorse academic boycott of Israel; U.S. scholars express concern on travel to Iran.
A standards-based peer review process for study abroad programs that looks a bit like accreditation (but isn't) prepares to launch.
International educators stress the need for more research on which characteristics of study abroad programs promote student learning.
Educators consider the impact of the process to "harmonize" European higher education on graduate schools here and abroad.
After years of lobbying, State Department proposes a new visa category for students from outside the U.S.
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