Attention to social mobility, students fuels Dominican U. success

The private university has embraced its mission to serve all students in Chicago, particularly those from the Latinx community, and its enrollment and retention numbers underscore that commitment.

These 4 universities will have drive-thru commencements

Students will be receiving their diploma covers and celebrating from their vehicles in different ways, depending on the institutions and COVID-19 protocols still in place.

Here are several steps for creating healthier campus spaces

When retrofitting buildings to create healthy spaces, it’s essential to realize that no two buildings’ risk of infection are the same.

5 steps to start preparing for summer construction projects

Planning a summer construction project is in some respects like planning a summer vacation: The first step is to pick a destination and make sure it matches with what you like to do.

Ghost kitchens gaining steam on college campuses

Spurred by the pandemic and students ordering meals online, these smaller-format operations are providing safe, healthy meal alternatives to eat-in dining.

University of Kentucky takes lead in pandemic response

President Dr. Eli Capilouto discusses the rollout of vaccines, the ongoing efforts around research and health care and the strength of the institution during the crisis.

Sweet revival: A Virginia college finds ‘gold’ in its roots

Sweet Briar College, led by President Meredith Woo, is proving that there is a home for women who pursue a liberal arts education that is 'deeply hands on, deeply student-centered.'

Auburn opens autonomous vehicle facility at test track

The new garage and conference center will be a 'showcase' area for researchers, sponsors, state officials and companies looking for new technology solutions.

Canadian universities putting students in COVID test study

Two Ontario-based institutions will be testing students to see how transmission spreads among different subgroups and the potential links with immunity.

These universities want more in-person learning this fall

The messaging has been clear from leaders at higher education institutions and university systems: they want to see more face-to-face instruction. But will they be able to pull it off?

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