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A University Business Web Seminar With student safety a top priority for all schools, 2020 forced colleges and universities to seek innovative solutions for their on-campus access and payment needs. […]
Sacred Heart, North Texas and other institutions have forged unique strategies to prevent students from going hungry.
While some safety measures will remain intact, the University of California San Diego expects a more traditional experience in 2021-22.
Strong in their guidance, institutions are again reminding students that gatherings and ignoring protocols can have negative consequences.
Even with vaccine rollout, leaders at the University of Illinois say testing is the key piece in mitigating COVID-19.
The new trial may determine whether individuals can be infected and spread the virus after being vaccinated.
Hoping for a 'safe and robust return' for the 2021-22 year, the university is believed to be the first to make it a requirement.
BGSU's sparkling new Maurer Center Schmidthorst College of Business building shows how creative vision can help link the past to the present and provide a powerful environment for student learning.
The University of Lynchburg made a bold commitment more than a decade ago to embrace sustainability. It reached a major milestone last month, but its work is not done.
Northwestern Dining recovered excess food prepared for quarantined students and helped get thousands of meals to those in need across Chicago.
The university's College of Engineering and Computer Science will be studying technologies that can create more healthy and more productive working environments.
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.
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