Ohio colleges and universities are welcoming more foreign-born students than ever before to shore up declining enrollment. At Ohio State, for example, enrollment of international students -- who usually pay full freight -- is up more than 200 percent compared to 2009. We look at foreign-student recruitment, the impact of their enrollment and efforts to keep them here once they get a degree.
Lauren McGarity, Director of Special Projects at the Ohio Board of Regents
Holly Harris Bane, Associate Vice President for Strategic Initiatives and Partnerships, interim director of the University of Akron's international program, Vice Chair of the Ohio International Consortia
Junliang Yue, University of Akron College of Education master's student from China.
Neil Ruiz, senior policy analyst and associate fellow at The Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program