5 Higher Education Lawsuits To Watch In 2023
January 9, 2023
Every new year brings new challenges for higher education. Universities across the country are preparing for new state legislators, a new Congress, and changes to higher education policy. This article outlines some important lawsuits that will impact higher education at all levels.
Pending lawsuits stand to reshape the higher education landscape in the next year. The U.S. Supreme Court, which now has a strong conservative majority, is expected to rule on a handful of cases concerning higher education.
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NAFSA Selects International-Education Veteran As New Leader
January 11, 2023
Fanta Aw will step into the role of CEO of NAFSA. Ms. Aw has been an incredible voice for international education over the years, and having her at the helm of NAFSA is great news!
Aw will be the second woman of color and the first person from the Global South to serve in NAFSA’s top job. Born in Mali, in West Africa, Aw came to the United States to attend American University, in Washington, D.C., where she earned bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees and spent her academic career. She currently is the university’s vice president for undergraduate enrollment, campus life, and inclusive excellence.
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Students Will Get Their US Visas On Time: Ambassador Elizabeth Jones
January 10, 2023
Students applying for United States visas for the Spring semester will get their visas on time as the officials are working on this as a top priority so that students can get to classes on time, assured U.S. Chargé d’Affaires Ambassador A. Elizabeth Jones.
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Shorelight Recognized in 2023 List of Most Transformational Education Companies Worldwide
January 11, 2023
For the second consecutive year, Shorelight is included in the 2023 list of top private education companies worldwide for its work to solve the world’s higher education problem by connecting international students with the right university and providing the support they need to succeed.
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