The ACS International Center has collected a number of resources and statements which relate to Executive Order 13769 and US visas
- Multi-Society Response to Proposed Visa Changes
- ACS Statement on Presidential Executive Order on "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States"
- Inside HigherEd:" On Closing America"
- NAFSA: Association of International Educators: Statement on Executive Order: "Undermines America's Safety and Values"
- International Council for Science: Call to Rescind Executive Order 13769
- Multisociety Letter on Immigration 1-31-2017
- Scientific mobility: Information on applying for a visa to travel to the United States for scientific exchange
The ACS International Center™ is the essential guide for scientists and engineers looking for opportunities related to study abroad, research internship and funding schemes for the globally curious STEM practitioner.
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Why Collaborate Internationally?
...the data says you should!
ACS Past-President writes in Angewandte Chemie about the importance of international scientific collaborations.
A study published in PLOSOne verifies the positive impact international collaboration has on research and journal publication. Read the study here.
An analysis published in Nature finds that internationally mobile authors have roughly 40% higher citation rates than authors affiliated with only one country. Read the study here.