Proposal to boycott Israeli universities leads to intense debate at scholarly meeting.
Annual "Open Doors" survey finds a 7.2 percent increase in international students at U.S. colleges and a 3.4 percent increase in American study abroad participation.
George Mason developed a pathway program for international students on its own but, in search of higher enrollments, now plans to join forces with a corporate partner.
Wellesley and other American colleges that collaborate with Peking University respond to its controversial decision to fire Xia Yeliang allegedly for political reasons.
Association of admissions officers lifts its ban on the use of commissioned agents in international student recruitment.
More than 130 Wellesley faculty sign letter saying that if Peking University fires a professor for his political views, they'll urge the college to reconsider its partnership with Peking.
There are a variety of groups offering to cover expenses for academics to travel to Israel. Professors consider the questions raised by participation on such trips.
U-Multirank seeks to overcome limitations of global league tables, but it already has its own critics.
NYU disputes Chinese dissident's assertion of government influence, but experts say the issue illustrates pressures faced by many institutions to avoid offending Beijing.
Admissions association panel seeks to lift ban on agents paid on commission in international student recruiting -- while maintaining that the "best practice" is not to use them at all.
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