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After the Pandemic’s Dark Days, the Outlook for International Enrollments May Be Brightening

American colleges are anticipating a pickup in international enrollments this fall, with two-thirds reporting an increase in overseas applicants, according to a new...

Is Geopolitics Closing the Door on Open Research?

Since the end of the Cold War, and even before, intellectual exchange across borders has been viewed as inherently beneficial.On college campuses and...

Texas A&M University Abruptly Shuttered a Climate Lab, Citing Security Risk

A climate-science lab at Texas A&M University has been shut down after its ties to a Chinese university were deemed a security risk.The...

The Ukraine Dilemma: U.S. Colleges Debate Whether to Sever or Sustain Ties With Russia

Apple, Netflix, McDonald’s, General Motors — these American brands are among nearly 400 companies to announce they are pulling out of Russia in...

What 4 Billionaires With Russia Ties Have Donated to American Colleges

The United States and the European Union have set their sights on Russian billionaires as one focus of economic sanctions amid the country’s...

Expel Russian Students? A Controversial Idea Gets Panned

Higher-education groups are among nearly 200 organizations calling for special protections for Ukrainian students at American colleges — while some members of Congress...

Top Producers of Fulbright U.S. Scholars and Students, 2021-22

The Fulbright U.S. Scholar and Fulbright U.S. Student Programs are sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs...

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