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Spurred by the pandemic and students ordering meals online, these smaller-format operations are providing safe, healthy meal alternatives to eat-in dining.
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.
Thanks to partnerships with cleaning companies, the easier-to-manage pickup and return of items from students who are in quarantine or isolation is something they ‘don’t have to worry about.’
John Carroll University students are launching a food truck that will serve the lunch crowd during the day and the homeless on nights and weekends.
Through technology called Occuspace, institutions are able to track foot traffic in their buildings and make safe decisions about limiting capacity.
Available to any higher education institution, they have helped identify how frequently testing needs to happen ... and helped Rensselaer manage its infection rates.
Options for helping students, staff and visitors avoid touching shared surfaces and interacting face-to-face during the pandemic and beyond.
The New York university system is mandating all students be tested and not be positive for COVID-19 before being allowed to return home
New York Institute of Technology leaders, acting on a food insecurity crisis for students, took smart steps to launch their Grizzly Cupboards on their sites in Manhattan and on Long Island
Stanford places second in the Sierra Club magazine's yearly rankings which honor colleges and universities that are pushing environmentally friendly initiatives
Lackawanna College in Pennsylvania is opening the doors to its student-run restaurant to various restaurants, providing revenue during a tough time while offering hospitality program students needed experience.
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