CPD Dissertation Grantee Kyle Long is featured in a new book on the globalization of American liberal arts education.
Andreas Pacher offers a new way to study international exchange.
Just as many universities believed that the financial wreckage left by the 2008 recession was behind them, campuses across the country have been forced to make new rounds of cuts, this time brought on, in large part, by a loss of international students. Schools in the Midwest have been particularly hard hit — many of them non-flagship public universities that had come to rely heavily on tuition from foreign students, who generally pay more than in-state students.
According to the 2017 Open Doors report, USC ranks second in terms of universities that host the most international students.
The flow of new international students entering U.S. colleges and universities shrank last year and has continued to decline this fall on many campuses, breaking a recent trend of growth, a nonprofit group said Monday. The data from the Institute of International Education are likely to fuel questions about how the divisive 2016 presidential campaign and U.S. policy shifts since President Trump took office have influenced the global academic market.
A Cultural Vistas photo essay exploring the ways that international exchange changes people.