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Experts answer timely questions, including: Can employers purchase vaccines? Or require employees to be vaccinated?
Worsening COVID pandemic brings college faculty the twin stresses of overhauling teaching techniques while helping students cope with trauma and anxiety.
The university, known for its success around social mobility, has been able to maintain its first- and second-year students through a series of unique initiatives.
The hub that is set to debut next fall in collaboration with Butler will help prepare students for the future by developing unique ideas around instruction.
Many faculty are feeling the stress of COVID's disruptions and shifts to online learning but very few fear losing their jobs, a new survey on burnout in higher ed has found.
Available to any higher education institution, they have helped identify how frequently testing needs to happen ... and helped Rensselaer manage its infection rates.
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
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