Sweet revival: A Virginia college finds ‘gold’ in its roots

Sweet Briar College, led by President Meredith Woo, is proving that there is a home for women who pursue a liberal arts education that is 'deeply hands on, deeply student-centered.'

Auburn opens autonomous vehicle facility at test track

The new garage and conference center will be a 'showcase' area for researchers, sponsors, state officials and companies looking for new technology solutions.

How 8 states are using Reimagine Workforce grants

The University of Arkansas and Shorter College are among those who will be helping to reskill individuals who have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Canadian universities putting students in COVID test study

Two Ontario-based institutions will be testing students to see how transmission spreads among different subgroups and the potential links with immunity.

How a university will guide local K-12 equity overhaul

Roger Williams University will lead Providence Public School District in developing a community-driven scorecard to measure process toward equity in education.

COVID-19 challenged us to listen. That listening made us more resilient.

Putting our mics on mute and listening isn’t just a Zoom strategy. It’s a path forward to being the resilient and responsive institution that students, families, faculty, staff, and external stakeholders are all calling for.

5 ways to create an inclusive environment for new leaders

The hard work of recruiting a diverse pool of candidates and ensuring their equitable consideration in the search process can be undone when institutions don't set appointees up for success.

Peer support: How one university and an online platform are providing mental health help for students

The University of West Florida partnered with Togetherall at the start of the pandemic to offer students another resource to meet their needs. And they have been responding to it.

Senate committee approves Cardona nomination

The 17-5 vote moves the nomination forward for confirmation by the full Senate.

These universities want more in-person learning this fall

The messaging has been clear from leaders at higher education institutions and university systems: they want to see more face-to-face instruction. But will they be able to pull it off?

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