Academics and policymakers say the Chinese Communist Party exports censorship to universities in other countries through its cultural centers.
Learn how watching American astronaut Neil Armstrong's 1969 landing on the moon inspired a 7-year-old Costa Rican girl to pursue a career at NASA.
Animal scientists from the University of São Paulo and Virginia Tech share their research on how to improve animal productivity, reproduction and welfare.
Discover how farmers and food professionals from Moldova, Brazil and Nigeria are strengthening their agricultural systems with U.S. innovations.
No Fulbright Program anywhere has operated longer than in the Philippines, providing Filipinos and Americans alike not just degrees, but cultural awareness.
What does the future hold for the 1.1 million international students now at U.S. universities? Anything's possible, including leading their countries.
Meet two young people who hope to become diplomats one day. They believe studying in the U.S. will help them to achieve their goals.
Science, engineering and business classes are big draws for international students, but U.S. colleges also prepare them for leadership back home.
For the third time in four years, Team USA ranked first in the International Mathematical Olympiad, the standard for excellence in youth mathematics.