One of the most ambitious partnerships in international education abruptly came undone when the National University of Singapore announced that it was ending its pathbreaking joint liberal-arts college with Yale.
A federal judge has acquitted a former University of Tennessee professor accused of hiding his ties to China after the case against him crumbled.
For nearly two weeks after Kabul fell under Taliban control, Maryam Khademi checked her phone constantly. She was waiting for news that she could leave. It took three attempts, but she and 147 classmates and recent graduates finally made it to the airport.
As the precipitous and tragic crisis in Afghanistan unfolds, students, scholars, and researchers are vulnerable.
The China Initiative, the Justice Department’s sweeping investigation of economic and academic espionage, has spawned new activism and advocacy.
Education abroad remains far less diverse than U.S. higher education as a whole, and students of color can face hurdles in going overseas.
The federal pledge of a “renewed focus” on international education is exciting for a field that has felt both overlooked and under siege in recent years.
The United States has never had a coordinated national approach to international education. Now the Biden administration says it will pursue one.
A federal judge in Texas has ruled as illegal a program that has protected hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children.
In withdrawing a Trump-era visa-rule change, the Biden administration notes overwhelming opposition to the proposal.