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Colleges and universities, including the latest one at Sacred Heart in Connecticut, are offering both a training ground and bridge to communities to help children with social and emotional needs.
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.
According to a new NACS report, faculty faced challenges early on in the pandemic but embraced technology, leaned away from print and realized some trends may become permanent.
For colleges and universities, 2021 will be about sustaining the things that worked and rethinking what didn’t work.
Two Ontario-based institutions will be testing students to see how transmission spreads among different subgroups and the potential links with immunity.
Equity holds a range of meaning at Holyoke Community College in Massachusetts—it's about social justice but also financial fairness, President Christina Royal says.
The University of West Florida partnered with Togetherall at the start of the pandemic to offer students another resource to meet their needs. And they have been responding to it.
The university's Sorenson Impact Center says 'rightsizing', not downsizing. is key to ensuring students' futures. It is looking for partners on its MAPS Project to help in this mission.
A study done by professors at SMU and UC Berkeley shows an increase in enrollment in states where those crimes became more prevalent.
Their efforts to improve services while keeping students engaged and healthy amid COVID-19 are lauded by NASPA committee.
While compassion fatigue is usually associated with nurses, physicians and caregivers, it is also a common experience among educators, especially in this pandemic era.
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