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April 3, 2020
When the State Department made the unprecedented decision to suspend Fulbright grants worldwide last month, many grantees found themselves back in the U.S. without jobs, housing or health insurance.
April 2, 2020
Scholars with expertise in Asian American studies, public health and other fields have a new urgent agenda for their teaching, research and outreach: confronting coronavirus-related racism.
April 1, 2020
The School for International Training said Tuesday that it successfully repatriated more than 900 students who studied abroad through its programs around the world this semester. The Vermont-based study abroad provider said it had repatriated 914 undergraduates and six graduate students, representing all students who were studying abroad on SIT programs with the exception of nine undergraduates who signed waivers and chose to remain in their host countries.
March 30, 2020
An unprecedented shutdown of academic research underway on many campuses has implications for young investigators still building careers in their fields.
March 30, 2020
Developers of new index rating countries by their level of academic freedom are challenging university rankers to consider such freedoms more broadly.
March 30, 2020
The Council on International Educational Exchange, a nonprofit organization that operates study abroad and exchange programs, is eliminating more than 600 jobs, according to Maine Business News. The nonprofit organization is eliminating 248 jobs in Portland, Me., where it is headquartered, as well as 107 other U.S. jobs and about 300 jobs internationally. CIEE has 63 sites in 42 countries.
March 30, 2020
Law School Transparency, a consumer advocacy organization focused on entry to the legal profession, published a new report calling for structural changes to law schools and rankings of law schools with a goal of making law schools more diverse and reducing student debt.
March 30, 2020
Mark Rocha, the chancellor of the City College of San Francisco, resigned Thursday and will collect a $340,481 settlement, equivalent to one year’s pay and benefits and about $24,000 in unused vacation time, the San Francisco Examiner reported. Rocha was placed on paid administrative leave last Monday, and trustees declined to say why, citing a “confidential personnel matter.”
March 30, 2020
The University of Notre Dame said that a person who attacked China and Chinese students in a social media post is no longer affiliated with the university.  
March 30, 2020
A newly minted Ed.D. graduate, Dennis Johnson, is calling on Zoom to make changes after his virtual defense of his dissertation last week was interrupted by someone who scrawled the N-word, drew an image of genitalia and posted pornographic images.


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