An analysis of 51 course titles including the words COVID, pandemic or coronavirus shows that the big topic from 2020 is being taught in a variety of disciplines, from medicine, public health and biology to international affairs, sociology and economics.
In a study that examined higher ed faculty in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine, one factor emerged as the most significant in hindering self-reported productivity as related to promotion and tenure. Here’s what it is—and four ways administrators can help.
One Pennsylvania college invites all students back for the spring semester through a staggered schedule, with first-year and sophomore students asked to arrive in January and juniors and seniors returning in March after spring break.
The Centennial Ball planning team at University of New Haven took key components from traditional in-person galas and found ways to make them work virtually—while attracting more than double the attendees and raising $150,000 for student scholarships.