As the academic year gets underway, universities and other research institutions around the US are working around tighter restrictions on visas for foreign students, and the kinds of projects these students can work on. Diane and her guests talk about the post-9/11 effects on academia.

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  • Janis Sposato Asst. Deputy Assoc. Commissioner for Immigrant Services Division, INS
  • Marlene Johnson Exec. Director, NAFSA: National Association of International Educators

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