December 2, 2008
Terrorism Is Unlikely to Keep U.S. Colleges Away From India
Last week's terror attacks in Mumbai are likely to do little to cool India's standing as a higher-education hot spot, international-education experts say.
American colleges have been drawn in recent years to the South Asian country to recruit students, raise funds, and set up academic and research partnerships. This fall alone, two Ivy League institutions, Cornell and Yale Universities, separately announced multimillion-dollar efforts to increase their engagement in India