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Two members of the Illinois College's Humanitarian Disaster Institute were instrumental in recognizing March 11.
The University of Lynchburg made a bold commitment more than a decade ago to embrace sustainability. It reached a major milestone last month, but its work is not done.
Leaders at American University deployed Federal Work Study students to tutor faculty members' children whose schools were closed by COVID.
More than 70% say remote was as good if not better than in-person instruction, according to an annual study done by BestColleges.com, which offers tips to keep it going strong.
The University of Alabama and scores of others say they intend to have full face-to-face instruction, and some expect to have full football stadiums, too.
A testing strategy that is cost-effective and less time-consuming may work in combating collusion.
Healthy Minds Study reveals the state of mental health on college campuses, including that more than 80% have suffered academically since the pandemic began.
Filled with resources, messages from UNC Greensboro leaders and students, and links to important topics and policies, this website has it all.
Women continue to be underrepresented among the highest earners at institutions across the U.S.
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.
Blockchain isn't coming; it's arrived. 'This is a monumental shift in the way we approach records in education.'
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.
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