How International Students Are Changing U.S. Colleges

In 1854, Yung Wing was the first Chinese person to graduate from a U.S. University (Yale) and by 2015, International students made up 4.8% of the total college student population (924,975).  The Wall Street Journal explores the data trends, the opportunities, and the perception on the part of some Americans have that international students may be squeezing U.S. workers out of jobs.  Read the article.

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Sari Pascoe Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Sari Pascoe