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ROI, partnerships and meeting student need will be high priorities for colleges and universities this year.
Omicron's quick spread is a concern as the nation grips with supply issues, but institutions have solutions.
The embrace of technology tools while building learning for the future has made higher education much stronger.
Amid explosive growth and several recent firestorms, he wants to return to teaching and research.
Raising awareness and aiding young students in navigating a complex system can make them more civically engaged.
Vaccinations and increased testing of students provide an extra layer of protection as new semesters begin.
The revival of institution in Detroit will provide big opportunities for diverse students in retail.
As omicron engulfs much of the U.S., some institutions choose cautious routes to reopening this semester.
Growth slowed but research was still robust across a range of fields, especially health sciences.
With COVID still lingering, leaders will be pressed to forge ahead on new initiatives and new ways of increasing student success.
Dr. Robert Johnson of Western New England University says the moment of reckoning has come for higher education. Will leaders look to the future or get stuck in the past?
Several major universities, from Rhode Island to Washington, are making the switch to remote learning to start 2022.
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