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Wellesley College in Massachusetts furthers its partnership with nearby Newton-Wellesley Hospital to bring more comprehensive student health care to campus.
A new survey shows a smooth transition for college libraries as they became completely digital resources due to the coronavirus.
Two ideas include using robots for virtual handshakes during live commencements where not everyone can attend and creating a drive-in commencement event to maintain social distancing.
How colleges are creating memorable and personalized virtual commencement experiences as campuses are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Here is how to elevate videoconferencing as an active learning tool in higher ed.
Film covers Wheaton College (Ill.) professor’s suspension for making a statement that officials determined conflicted with the institution’s statement of faith.
With many college students, even high-achieving ones, feeling overwhelmed, faculty can play a role in encouraging students to take care of themselves. Here’s how.
The unprecedented speeds and coverage of Wi-Fi 6 helps campuses keep up with their students’ technological needs.
A growing number of colleges and universities are creating vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, allergen-friendly, kosher or halal menus as part of their dining programs. Here’s how they are cooking up these options.
A shared learning management system gives greater opportunity for collaboration, standardization and staff learning.
A proposal by The California State University to mandate a fourth-year quantitative course for college admission may hinder enrollment.
Enhancing acoustics and reducing background noise in college learning environments helps promote student success.
A few pop culture-related courses being offered at colleges and universities.
Campus teams responsible for teaching students about financial literacy—and improving cohort default rates—are getting support through financial wellness training and certification programs.
Higher ed institutions focus on contemporary etiquette to ready students for the workforce.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Meyerhoff Scholars Program fosters success among its underrepresented minorities in STEM through a combination of mentorship and programming.
A new survey explores the relationship between students and faculty based on the use of emoji in digital exchanges—with instructors who use them perceived as warmer and more influential
New study by researchers at Baylor College of Medicine sheds light on how public health-focused higher ed institutions have some work to do with their maternity and paternity benefits.
A Q&A with Beverly Magda, associate provost of strategic partnerships at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology in Pennsylvania.
Jann Luciana Joseph (pictured) will replace Interim President Mary Beth Walker on July 1.
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