Trump's immigration and travel orders: Predicted effects on the research enterprise

By Jessica Warren and Caitlin Blair

On Monday, March 6, the Trump administration released a new version of its controversial executive order on immigration, originally issued in January. On March 15, federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland issued orders effectively freezing the revised ban.

Chief research officers (CROs) are paying close attention to this topic, which could deeply affect the research enterprise at U.S. universities. In particular, the research enterprise could be impacted by the effects of the order on university innovation, faculty research, and graduate student enrollment.

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