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U.S. ACADEMIC NEWS

Every month, JSPS San Francisco introduces academic news in the U.S., aimed at providing information for researchers in Japan and promoting research exchange between Japan and the U.S.

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March 2017

  • U. of California Leader Advises Patience as the Trump Era Dawns
    Paul Basken, The Chronicle of Higher Ed, 03.02.17
  • UC regents expect to limit enrollment of out-of-state students
    Nanette Asimov, The San Francisco Chronicle, 03.06.17
  • University of Washington Gets $50 Million From Computer Software Pioneers
    Melissa Korn, The Wall Street Journal, 03.09.17
  • Prospective International Students Show New Reluctance to Study in the U.S.
    Vimal Patel, The Chronicle of Higher Ed, 03.13.17
  • First woman named as UC Berkeley chancellor
    Joyce Tsai, The Mercury News, 03.15.17
  • Trump seeks to slash Education Department but make big push for school choice
    Emma Brown, The Washington Post, 03.16.17
  • What Trump’s Budget Outline Would Mean for Higher Ed
    Eric Kelderman, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 03.16.17
  • CSU trustees approve 1st tuition increase since 2011
    Nanette Asimov, The San Francisco Chronicle, 03.22.17
  • UC is moving forward with Mexican initiative, regardless of Trump actions
    Teresa Watanabe, The LA Times, 03.24.17
  • In Trump’s America, UC researchers learning to advocate for science
    Lisa M. Krieger, The Mercury News, 03.29.17
  • Trump Proposal to Cut Indirect Research Payments Would Hit State Universities Hardest
    Paul Basken, The Chronicle of Higher Ed, 03.31.17
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