While U.S. says it worries about attracting foreign students, it angers many by charging those who call seeking information and interviews.
Amid Israel's near-total ban on student travel, a former grantee, stuck in the Hamas-controlled territory, reflects on her own circumstances and those of this year's winners.
As Congress and White House agree on big boost in educational benefits, officials wonder if veterans will alter their college choices.
House panel tackles obstacles to scholarly collaboration in light of important role research can play in international relations -- and AAAS announces new center devoted to science diplomacy.
Discussion of presidential candidates' education platforms skimps on specifics on college issues, but is critical of teacher preparation programs.
U. of Iowa accused of inadequate response to alleged sexual assault by 2 athletes. How can universities prevent such incidents?
Widely supported legislation to enhance international education is entangled in symbolic debate on Capitol Hill.
The document, adopted on Monday, details presumptive nominee John McCain's possible approach to community colleges, financial aid, distance education, Title IX and other issues.
As Margaret Spellings hinted at what to expect from a President McCain, scholars fanned out to record the views of two important players in the Republican political drama: delegates and protesters.
Lawmakers keep up their drive to get colleges to spend more of their funds, while higher education leaders continue to push back against any new law.
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