International programs

North Dakota and New York stories raise questions about ensuring international quality

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Stories about colleges in New York and North Dakota highlight the lack of independent authority overseeing the quality of universities’ efforts abroad.

Debate over Chinese-funded institutes at American universities

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As network of Chinese-funded institutes at American universities expands, some professors see opportunities. Others worry about academic freedom and whether centers promote "culturetainment," not scholarship.

Technion role in New York competition a win for Israeli science

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Technion's partnership with Cornell and the pair's planned New York City campus could signal new era for Israeli universities and more prominence for Israeli science.

California State debates whether to resume study abroad in Israel

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Some faculty members and administrators at California State U. are trying to block resumption of programs in Israel.

Amid turn toward nationalism, global educators consider their work

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Amid turn toward nationalism, global educators consider their work.

Georgetown student denied visa to study at university's Qatar campus

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Georgetown graduate student who studies migrant labor issues is denied visa to study at university's campus in Qatar, raising academic freedom concerns.

Authors discuss new book about the success in education and business of immigrants from India

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Authors discuss their new book on the success -- in educational attainment and business -- of Indians in the United States.

Report outlines duties of countries to protect higher education from attacks

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Report outlines countries’ responsibility to protect their universities, students and faculty members.

Amid Trump's comments, Castro's death, uncertain climate for U.S.-Cuba exchanges

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Trump’s comments on possibly undoing U.S.-Cuba “deal” in wake of Fidel Castro’s death cast uncertainty about future of educational exchanges with island nation, which have been on the rise.

International education a $20 billion industry for Australia

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International education experts believe the country may benefit even more from political and economic changes in Britain and the United States.

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