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South Korea hosts 200,000 international students, hits 2015 target

The PIE News

The 205,167 international students enrolled in March 2023 means the country hit a target set in 2015 of hosting 200,000 foreign students by 2023. ” The post South Korea hosts 200,000 international students, hits 2015 target appeared first on The PIE News.

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The Rise and Fall of DEI at the University of Oklahoma

The Chronicle of Higher Education

of Oklahoma’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house in 2015 after a racist video stirred outrage. Brian Charles Sue Ogrocki, AP Students marched on the U. Racist fraternity chants nine years ago gave rise to diversity, equity, and inclusion work on the campus. New legislation threatens to end it.

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Report: National Six-Year College Completion Rates Stalling

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

NSC’s researchers found that, on a national level, the six-year completion rate for students who began college in Fall 2017 was 62.2%, the same as those who began in Fall 2015. Older college students – those older than age 24 – seem to be finishing college at gradually higher rates, now at 52% from 2015’s 50.5%. million students.

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UW Madison’s Nonresident Enrollment Spiked After Cap Removal

Inside Higher Ed

Out-of-state enrollment at the University of Wisconsin at Madison increased by 29 percent in the three years after the state government removed a cap on nonresidents in 2015, according to a new working paper from researchers published by Brown University’s school of education. Tuition revenue also rose significantly, by 47 percent.

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Jones Cultivates Inaugural Role in Faculty Development at Brown

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

The author of Medicine and Ethics in Black Women’s Speculative Fiction (2015), her interdisciplinary research in the field of the medical humanities engages literary, historical, philosophical, and ethical explorations of black women’s health and medicine. Jones is also an associate professor of Africana Studies.

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African and Global South Students Face High Rates of F-1 Visa Denials

Insight Into Diversity

The report, released by the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration and the research company Shorelight, examines visa adjudication trends spanning an eight-year period between 2015 and 2022. In 2015, higher rejections were mainly concentrated in Africa (excluding South Africa), South Asia, and parts of the Middle East.

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EDUCAUSE Submits Comments on Proposed Net Neutrality Rule


In November 2023, the Federal Communications Commission issued a proposed rule to reclassify broadband internet access as a telecommunications service under Title II of the Communications Act, thus reestablishing its 2015 net neutrality regulations.