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Community colleges with market-driven credential pathways are in line for a financial boost from a program designed to lift students’ economic mobility.
College leaders dropping plans for in-person instruction in favor of online learning welcome small handful of students back to campus, despite COVID concerns.
Strategies from commercial real estate can help colleges and universities adapt to COVID-19 and navigate its impact on higher ed business models.
Here’s how Bryant University’s COVID testing protocols, and efforts to obtain quick results, will protect the health and safety of its campus community as it reopens.
In the wake of COVID-19, college and university leaders can learn a lot from their fully online peers—which have been iterating for years on how best to deliver online education.
Unity College will shift permanently to a hybrid online learning model that will offer students lower tuition and could also lead to a sale of the school's campus in Maine.
A program to guide leaders in building greater diversity and equity at schools, workplaces and other organizations has been launched online by Lenoir-Rhyne University in North Carolina.
Simply asking students to monitor themselves for COVID symptoms such as fevers and coughs is not sufficient for safely reopening campuses this fall, according to a JAMA report.
A look at what areas higher ed institutions must manage and communicate about related to employee health benefits and sick leave policies during the pandemic.
A UB reader survey looks at how colleges and universities are managing and communicating about health benefits and sick leave policies during the pandemic.
The Twitch partnership will provide minority students with opportunities to earn scholarships and increase skills in STEM-related education fields.
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