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Public education workers have been among the hardest hit by COVID job losses, with declines seen in almost every state.
From virtual sessions to live tours of military sites, institutions are finding ways during the COVID-19 pandemic to honor those who served.
A new Center for Anti-Racism Research and community youth outreach will share $1 million in new funding for wide-ranging anti-racism initiatives at Temple University.
The wage gap between male and female faculty at just one large state university hovered around 11% in 2016, reflecting persistent disparities across higher ed.
The national initiative through the University of Wisconsin and the APLU aims to increase diversity and foster best practices for faculty and students
The New York university system is mandating all students be tested and not be positive for COVID-19 before being allowed to return home
Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota, honoring the legacy of George Floyd, is launching a campuswide efforts to back ‘racial justice and inclusion’
Video series, created by professor of immunology Brian Merkel, covers topics including why young people should remain vigilant about the virus, the science of vaccines and the reasons for getting a flu shot.
COVID infection rates at Vermont's colleges and universities remain staggeringly low after 13 institutions teamed up on a comprehensive plan to control the virus.
Fayetteville State not only overcame the challenges but had its best fall enrollment in more than 150 years
Best practices for transferring student records are detailed in a new report from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
The conference's Competition Task Force is leaning on strict protocols, including testing and data, to try to keep its players and staff safe.
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