Even as they try to send more students abroad and internationalize their campuses, some leaders wonder if such efforts may divert them from their core missions.
Despite his militant background, Mohammed S. Dajani Daoudi is fighting to increase understanding between Palestinians and Israelis.
For the second year in a row, applications to American graduate programs skyrocketed from India, by 32 percent, while those from China fell, by 1 percent.
Higher education in the United States and other open societies needs to do more to support threatened scholars around the world, participants at a conference said.
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A Freshmen Year, Far from Home
For Chinese students in America, study abroad can be a daunting experience. Michigan State University, for example, is nothing like home.