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By mid-summer, the University of Rochester had reopened about 140 lab spaces, allowing about 675 researchers to go back to work.
Family bubbles,' waiting rooms and priority elevator access are a few ways to prevent COVID's spread as colleges and universities reopen for the fall semester.
More college and university presidents now plan to tackle systemic racism and, compared to earlier in the COVID pandemic, fewer leaders expect to cut academic programs, a new survey has found.
Colleges and universities are expected to experience up to 10% in budget shortfalls and upwards of 13.4% drops in endowments for the 2020-21 school year and need to prepare for this reality sooner rather than later.
Simply asking students to monitor themselves for COVID symptoms such as fevers and coughs is not sufficient for safely reopening campuses this fall, according to a JAMA report.
With the growing demand for a wide variety of student health-related services, colleges and universities have the opportunity to create long-term strategic facilities assets while responding to student needs.
A look at what areas higher ed institutions must manage and communicate about related to employee health benefits and sick leave policies during the pandemic.
A UB reader survey looks at how colleges and universities are managing and communicating about health benefits and sick leave policies during the pandemic.
College libraries, already a key source of digital literacy lessons, are finding new ways to offer guidance to students as online learning continues into the fall.
The university's CHIME team is getting the project-based learning experience of a lifetime, working with the World Health Organization and the Pan-American Health Organization.
As the fall semester gets closer, higher education leaders are finalizing complex plans about reopening campuses safely, plans that must be able to change at a moment's notice as the pandemic continues.
Answering three big questions about a recent well-read blog post, from a professor of marketing, that lists 89 colleges that may perish and 129 that will struggle in the coming months
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