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UMass’s new systemwide course exchange launched as the latest in a wave of higher ed innovations inspired by the shift to distance learning during the COVID pandemic.
Alabama’s Spring Hill College joins growing number of schools slashing tuition to maintain enrollment as students cope with COVID pandemic’s economic fallout.
Emerging Leaders Science Scholars program features financial support for studying abroad, internships, summer courses and faculty mentoring.
R.A.s, graduate student employees and some student dining staff at the University of Michigan have gone on strike over COVID safety precautions.
Software engineering degree programs are growing steadily while the more Black and Hispanic students are enrolling in some areas of computer science, an annual higher ed study has found.
Colleges and universities must follow a new “free inquiry and religious liberty” rule to continue to qualify for U.S. Department of Education grants, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced Wednesday.
Race relations, conflicts between and privacy and technology, and fashion in the era of personal protective equipment (PPE) top annual list that aims to define the outlook of first-year students.
Learning analytics can guide colleges in building equity as higher ed faces the COVID pandemic and recession amidst renewed protests over racial injustice.
Villanova University now offers a first-of-its-kind online law certificate for legal advocates who defend immigrants in court.
COVID disruptions have led more colleges of all sizes to go test-optional, dropping admissions requirements for students’ SAT and ACT scores.
Access, affordability and skills are the three key elements of the digital device that leaves some college students unable to participate in online learning.
Partnerships proposed by the University of Akron and Cleveland State University could create the largest law school in Ohio and one of the largest public law schools in the country.
College students want mental health supports as they grapple with COVID and growing awareness around systemic racism, an advocacy group says.
An institute to advance artificial intelligence and machine learning, which could help identify COVID treatments, among other advancements, will be housed at The University of Texas at Austin.
Students, staff and faculty at the University Central Florida will assess themselves for COVID symptoms with a new self-checker built into the school’s UCF Mobile app.
The University of New Haven required all students to get coronavirus tests before returning to campus. Complicating these efforts was Connecticut’s travel restrictions for people traveling from states with high rates of transmission.
At the University of Rochester in New York, students can use the Grubhub app to place meal orders from dining halls and pick up groceries from the campus food market.
By mid-summer, the University of Rochester had reopened about 140 lab spaces, allowing bout 675 researchers to go back to work.
College libraries, already a key provider of digital literacy and wellness, are finding new ways to offer guidance to students as online learning continues into the fall on most campuses.
The key to completing the fall semester at the University of New Haven—and at colleges across the nation—will be holding community COVID infections down.
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