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The continued uncertainty of the pandemic and other factors have strengthened the need for interim campus leaders this academic year.
The conference’s Competition Task Force is leaning on strict protocols, including testing and data, to try to keep its players and staff safe.
R.A.s, graduate student employees and some student dining staff at the University of Michigan have gone on strike over COVID safety precautions.
An overlooked casualty of the pandemic is employee engagement. Here’s how campus officials can boost engagement during the ongoing COVID pandemic.
As employers, colleges and universities will hear from individuals who are unable or unwilling to come back to campus to do their jobs. Here’s what actions HR and managers can take.
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.
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.
What if colleges and universities added a senior administrator whose sole focus was to manage the coronavirus response and monitor whether everyone on campus is following safety precautions?
Five questions for search committees to ask when hiring—in an era where having to hire is not ideal, but where gaps in leadership can not be left unfilled.
Instructors want more professional development in online learning, and said student engagement, along with access and equity concerns, were the biggest challenges
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