Mara Hvistendahl, Chronicle of Higher Education
Universities recruit professors worldwide in ambitious overhaul
Andrej Bogdanov would have been a great catch for any American university. Arriving in the United States from Macedonia in 1996, he succeeded at the top computer-science programs in the country: bachelor’s of science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ph.D. from Berkeley, postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Study. But after a fruitless job hunt in the United States, he turned his sights to East Asia.