How to build resilient university-industry partnerships in the COVID era

Though damaging, COVID also provided a brief pause and an opportunity to reevaluate university budgets, goals, and relationships with key partners.

4 DC universities combine on COVID-19 testing program

A new lab site at Gallaudet will take in highly accurate saliva-based samples from Marymount, American and Catholic universities, as well as Baltimore schools for quick results.

Attention to social mobility, students fuels Dominican U. success

The private university has embraced its mission to serve all students in Chicago, particularly those from the Latinx community, and its enrollment and retention numbers underscore that commitment.

COVID fueled shift to digital materials. Are they here to stay?

According to a new NACS report, faculty faced challenges early on in the pandemic but embraced technology, leaned away from print and realized some trends may become permanent.

Higher ed spent more than $23B from endowments in FY20

The pandemic and losses in tuition forced many institutions to get creative in the first half of last year, but what are the prospects long-term?

These 4 universities will have drive-thru commencements

Students will be receiving their diploma covers and celebrating from their vehicles in different ways, depending on the institutions and COVID-19 protocols still in place.

Grasping the new normal for college and university endowments

The reality is that for many colleges, especially those with limited resources, COVID has accelerated having to face their economic realities.

How faculty are converting a great challenge to a great good

Many higher education professionals would argue that the changes brought on by the pandemic will have a lasting positive influence on how we teach.

Higher ed making a difference through Play Therapy centers

Colleges and universities, including the latest one at Sacred Heart in Connecticut, are offering both a training ground and bridge to communities to help children with social and emotional needs.

How 2 community colleges make equity transformative

Every Greenfield Community College student has access to a mentor. That's just one aspect of the wraparound services the college offers as its student body becomes more and more diverse.

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