International health science students often hope to stay and work in the U.S. over the long term. But in an uncertain immigration environment, it remains critical to prepare them for careers abroad. WENR looks at career services strategies for better serving this student population.
From contract cheating and plagiarism to the fraudulent licensing of institutions, academic corruption and fraud create very real problems for institutions. We discuss common types of misconduct and effective remedies.
The black market for fraudulent degrees, diplomas, and credentials has enormous economic and social consequences. Despite the wicked nature of the problem, here are 9 strategies for mitigating the negative impact of diploma mills.
What global and local macro-trends contribute to corruption in academia? How are individuals, higher education institutions, and civil society affected?
No aspect of the evaluation of undergraduate foreign credentials requires more intellectual rigor than assessing transfer credits. A SUNY expert provides guidance.