A freelance journalist and expert on global issues in higher ed, Karin has been writing for more than a decade about the changing relationship between American colleges and the world.
Will a hybrid approach to international education stick? Can international education diversify? Will the pandemic help make the case for internationalization?
January 10, 2022
Plus, the latest from Capitol Hill and a pledge on internationalization.
December 20, 2021
A coalition of higher-education and humanitarian-assistance groups seeks to make colleges refugee students’ official sponsors, responsible not just for their educational needs but their financial, logistical, and social ones, too.
December 6, 2021
Fee increases could be coming for international students, but there’s good news for DACA recipients in a social-spending bill.
November 8, 2021
International graduate enrollments rebounded sharply post-pandemic, climbing 13 percent after last year’s declines. But the number of foreign undergraduates continued to slide, declining eight percent from fall 2020.
November 1, 2021