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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?
Three approaches to addressing new or different types of conduct issues that may arise in remote learning environments involve setting expectations, reviewing and updating policies, and having support resources available.
Colleges and universities can create a greater sense of equity and diversity by rethinking the design of physical and virtual spaces, a panel of higher education leaders said this week.
Financial constraints have convinced Stanford University leaders to eliminate 11 varsity sports programs, including fencing, field hockey, sailing, squash and wrestling.
Harvard and MIT sue Trump administration over ICE rule that would deport international students if their colleges and universities offer only online learning.
Faculty at a number of colleges and universities are expressing concerns that blocking the spread of COVID-19 isn't addressed adequately in their campus' reopening plan.
Several more colleges this week announced plans to control coronavirus by inviting different groups of students back to campus for different stretches of the 2020-21 academic year.
Students, staff and faculty at UC San Diego will take free coronavirus tests as the school plans to reopen with in-person classes this fall.
To open campuses—and keep them open throughout the fall—college administrators must assess risks beyond the potential spread of coronavirus.
Dozens of college administrations revealing their COVID-era plans to provide face-to-face instruction and on-campus residential experiences in fall 2020.
Universities public and private are offering substantial new scholarship programs to diversify their campuses in the wake of nationwide anti-racist protests and the financial impacts of coronavirus.
University leaders seek input from faculty and students in reforming campus police department as George Floyd's death fuels ongoing protests against racism and inequality.
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