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Colleges and universities should take certain steps now to guard against a combined outbreak this year, says the chief medical officer of a telehealth provider that partners with higher ed institutions.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to push business leaders seeking education to remote instruction
The new initiative launched by the National Society of High School Scholars provides a different spin on the college virtual tour
Fairleigh Dickinson also freezes tuition rates for existing students, understanding the hardships of COVID-19
Meridian Health school’s future doctors will be providing needed guidance on the coronavirus pandemic to schools, parents and children in low-income communities
In 2014, University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank put together a “degree completion working group” to accomplish these tasks: Improve the four-year graduate rate Shorten the time to degrees Close […]
Dean Wendy York says "the sun is rising" on the program, which features a newly completed state-of-the-art building named for the philanthropists
By reimagining classrooms and other environments on campus, schools can deliver programs that build a future for career-conscious students
Great Recession lessons colleges can apply to post-COVID stimulus planning, according to a higher ed facilities industry expert.
Here's why Midland University decided to continue on with extracurriculars for the 2020-21 school year, explains its vice president for enrollment management and marketing, and how safety was addressed.
Dense institutional logistics threaten to hobble colleges’ and universities’ critical responses to the coronavirus pandemic.
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