After Goucher College mandates international study, freshman enrollment soars to record level.
Professors and students plan new challenge to federal rules that hinder study and research trips to the country.
Wanna go to Cuba as a college student? Better start swimming.
Colleges in Lebanon and Israel -- with many American students enrolled for the summer -- deal with return of violence to the region.
College-sponsored trips introduce freshmen to overseas travel and education even before their fall classes begin.
Survey of private college presidents shows that while curriculums have changed in the wake of the attacks, campus budgets largely haven't.
MIT plan would broaden science requirements, encourage study abroad and curb AP credit -- moves that could be influential nationally.
New data suggest that the post-9/11 crisis in foreign enrollments is over; Americans studying abroad increased by 8%.
After period of uncertainty, scholars in Boston and Havana celebrate release of their co-authored book.
U.S. panel's call for a million participants is misguided without more emphasis on nature of the foreign programs, researcher says.
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