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In its report on colleges across each Missouri congressional district, NAFSA found that the cumulative economic benefit from international students amounted to $58 million for District 8.

The survey conducted by EdTech firm Chegg showed that only 20 percent of American students have started using generative AI tools, such as ChatGPT or OpenAI, in their academic activities. 

Demographic shifts and increased demand for healthcare services have exacerbated the nursing shortage crisis. InSpring, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, acts as a global platform for talent mobility, connecting international students with high-demand career opportunities in the US.

AIRC Executive Director Brian Whalen, PhD, stressed the importance of not only increasing student numbers but also ensuring continual quality improvement to prioritize the best interests of international students in the nation’s programs, institutions, and organizations.

The latest Open Doors Report, released by the Institute of International Education (IIE) and the Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, reported a total enrollment of 24,496 international students at the university.

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