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From a unique early alert system to other robust supports, Dominican University is serving those who are true ‘assets’.
Petitioners cite many factors in requests to lift requirements, including ‘evolving scientific data’ and natural immunity.
ROI, partnerships and meeting student need will be high priorities for colleges and universities this year.
Omicron’s quick spread is a concern as the nation grips with supply issues, but institutions have solutions.
The embrace of technology tools while building learning for the future has made higher education much stronger.
As omicron engulfs much of the U.S., some institutions choose cautious routes to reopening this semester.
Several major universities, from Rhode Island to Washington, are making the switch to remote learning to start 2022.
Infectious disease and crisis expert says the novel coronavirus is going to affect higher ed for awhile, so it's time to start planning that way.
With more than 80% still experiencing high levels of stress, colleges must offer multiple layers of assistance.
University of Washington researchers are working quickly to identify the variant in nation’s hotspot.
Colleges and universities will need to implement specialized and specific ed-tech solutions to meet the expectations of their remote/hybrid remote students and employees.
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