USA Today: Stephen Dunnett quoted in story on fewer international students enrolling in U.S. grad schools

By Arthur Page

Release Date: September 8, 2004

An article in USA Today reports that U.S. graduate schools saw a 28 percent decline in applications from international students and an 18 percent drop in admissions. The article quotes Stephen Dunnett, vice provost for international education, who says that if international student enroll elsewhere, "we lose the opportunity to influence a new generation of foreign leaders." Go to article.