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From virtual sessions to live tours of military sites, institutions are finding ways during the COVID-19 pandemic to honor those who served.
President Steve Thorsett hasn't been afraid to make bold changes or challenge the status quo at the highly regarded Oregon institution. The results have been refreshing.
The two-day virtual event will give underrepresented students and others a chance to see the opportunities that lie ahead in STEM-related career fields.
A study done by the National Association for College Admission Counseling shows necessary changes happening as institutions try to reach future students.
Responding to a pandemic with a closed university presented a challenge for this elite private college in New England. But it had a plan reach students in unique ways.
A communications strategist offers five principles for effective communications that build trust.
Latest College Board numbers show which states are showing the steepest drops and rises
Eastern Michigan is one of many institutions providing forums for discussion on polarizing social issues to help students, the public gain an understanding of the other side
In a global report, many say policymakers are not heeding their guidance while also expressing concern over future pandemics and the funding needed for projects.
The national initiative through the University of Wisconsin and the APLU aims to increase diversity and foster best practices for faculty and students
Though some note a positive change in lifestyle, many others are struggling with mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic; what colleges can do to help.
A report from Anthology highlights the need for institutions to strategize the ways they are using communications and connecting, especially with more recent graduates
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