Global Education

Alabama State U Signs Educational Agreement With Yangzhou University In China

Alabama State University has signed an educational agreement with Yangzhou University in China to allow more travel between the two universities to study and conduct research.

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Smaller U.S. Colleges Try to Crack Chinese Market

One factor that made it easier for Samford University to catch the attention of some of the thousands of Chinese students at a recent education expo was that many mistook it for a university with a similar name: Stanford.

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British Students Find Advantages At U.S. Schools

For Elliot Miller, the conventional path to academic success in Britain just was not a good fit.

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Hendrix College A Role Model For Institution In South Africa

Representatives of Durban University of Technology in South Africa recently visited Hendrix College during a two-week fact-finding trip to study assessment, general education curriculum and engaged learning at American institutions, according to a news release from Hendrix.

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Troy University Could Take Top Spot For International Enrollment In Alabama

Troy University could surpass the University of Alabama and Auburn University as the state's leaders in international student enrollment.

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First in the World: Community Colleges and America's Future

From his unique vantage point as President and CEO of the Association of Community College Trustees, J. Noah Brown writes in this book about the intersection between community colleges and America’s need to regain economic momentum and its position as first in the world with respect to college attainment. By connecting past economic and education policies and investments to possibilities for the future and continued national progress, Brown reminds us that restoring America’s prominence is within reach.

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IU Chief Michael Mcrobbie, VP David Zaret Heading To South America For 8-Day Trip

Indiana University's president is heading to South America for an eight-day trip that will be the first visit by a sitting IU president to the region in nearly 40 years.

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