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The continued uncertainty of the pandemic and other factors have strengthened the need for interim campus leaders this academic year.
R.A.s, graduate student employees and some student dining staff at the University of Michigan have gone on strike over COVID safety precautions.
Ensuring that emergency alerts reach college faculty, staff and especially students is essential to keeping campuses safe
The rare five-year deal will help offset any financial hardship from a lost fall season and provide students with unique educational opportunities
Race relations, conflicts between and privacy and technology, and fashion in the era of personal protective equipment (PPE) top annual list that aims to define the outlook of first-year students.
Learning analytics can guide colleges in building equity as higher ed faces the COVID pandemic and recession amidst renewed protests over racial injustice.
Testing and tracing of positive cases is being done across entire State University of New York system on one platform.
COVID disruptions have led more colleges of all sizes to go test-optional, dropping admissions requirements for students' SAT and ACT scores.
With careful planning, college and university leaders can provide safe on-campus dining options and experiences.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, new concerns have prompted two legislators to ask the CDC to offer new guidance for smoking and vaping on campus
College dorm wastewater can help in detecting coronavirus and deterring an outbreak on campus.
Through smart planning and pitches, California Lutheran is giving a select group of students the opportunity to experience safer in-person instruction outdoors.
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