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Those facing mounting debt get a reprieve until September to repay, but will they receive further assistance in the future? The new president had bold ideas in the election run-up.
Keeping instructors engaged requires a proactive approach that includes giving faculty a meaningful role in decision-making as well as building pride in academic departments and institutions.
UCLA leaders weigh in on disinformation and the role higher education can play in ensuring better outcomes that give the public real, accurate guidance.
College students' surging demand for mental health care during COVID is raising concerns about burnout among campus counseling staff, a new report shows.
Stanford University researchers say superspreader events that extend beyond campus can occur, though institutions did well to mitigate them in the fall.
The University of Alabama is allowing its staff, faculty and student workers to receive benefits beyond the expiration of the national program that ended in December.
Job searches for executive positions are exploding, according to WittKieffer, which offers strategies for colleges and universities to help land the right candidates for key positions.
In a new study, the Centers for Disease Control notes higher incidences of the virus in counties during fall 2020 reopening than at those that remained remote.
Nina Huntemann, the Vice President of Learning for edX, shares insight on the push to digital in the past year as well as the future of online learning and degrees.
Purdue, Butler and Indiana are among the universities that will help host the marquee men's basketball tournament.
HBCUs have debt erased, while the new stimulus deal expands the Pell grant recipient pool and improves the FAFSA application process.
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