The Chinese researchers caught in a US academic no-man’s land

//The Chinese researchers caught in a US academic no-man’s land

The Chinese researchers caught in a US academic no-man’s land

Two days after the autumn term began at public research university in the US state of Texas, a group of visiting Chinese researchers were suddenly told they had to go.In an email sent on August 26, the University of North Texas (UNT) told the researchers that it had cut ties with the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC), a funding programme under China’s Ministry of Education. As a result, their student visas were no longer valid and they had 30 days to leave the country.No reason was given for…

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