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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.
As the fall semester gets closer, higher education leaders are finalizing complex plans about reopening campuses safely, plans that must be able to change at a moment's notice as the pandemic continues.
Accessibility and equity in online learning will get a major boost from Bowdoin College's iPad and Wi-Fi as first-year students and transfers are invited back to campus.
COVID's campus disruptions have spurred calls to simplify the transfer process for students who want to switch to colleges and universities that are closer to home or more affordable.
Higher ed enrollment challenges and pandemic concerns can bring about change in the role data can play, allowing it to affect, and shape, the entire college or university organization.
Some colleges and universities will thrive during COVID this academic year, while others will struggle and some may even fail, according to a data analysis by an NYU marketing professor.
Here are 5 ways that learning experiences during the pandemic—from personalized learning and cutting-edge technologies to real-time feedback—can impart positive change for the future of education.
Academic institutions must actively lead the industry to combat cyberbullying. According to the Anti-Defamation League, 65 percent of players suffered 'severe harassment.'
Leaders from San Diego State, Western University and the University at Buffalo address pressing challenges on remote vs. in-person instruction with strategies and resources.
Enrolling more Black students full-time and supporting them in persisting and graduating anchor the Ventura County Community College District's renewed commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Only three of the 504 students tested positive for COVID-19 when they arrived on campus last week for Purdue University’s Summer Start and Early Start programs, school officials announced Friday.
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