Five Kuwaiti students at Idaho State University look over the results of a math quiz last February outside their professor’s office. A growth strategy at the university has faltered amid culture clashes in Pocatello and funding cuts from Middle Eastern countries that send students there. The students, from left: Fahad Alwadhi, Omar Alkandari, Mohammad Aldaei, Omar Alfilkawi and Yousef Alhaji.
Five Kuwaiti students at Idaho State University look over the results of a math quiz last February outside their professor’s office. A growth strategy at the university has faltered amid culture clashes in Pocatello and funding cuts from Middle Eastern countries that send students there. The students, from left: Fahad Alwadhi, Omar Alkandari, Mohammad Aldaei, Omar Alfilkawi and Yousef Alhaji. Kim Raff The New York Times
Five Kuwaiti students at Idaho State University look over the results of a math quiz last February outside their professor’s office. A growth strategy at the university has faltered amid culture clashes in Pocatello and funding cuts from Middle Eastern countries that send students there. The students, from left: Fahad Alwadhi, Omar Alkandari, Mohammad Aldaei, Omar Alfilkawi and Yousef Alhaji. Kim Raff The New York Times

Loss of Middle Eastern students leaves Idaho State University $12 million short

January 24, 2017 05:58 PM