7 ways higher ed can support Black Lives Matter’s mission and promote racial justice
The protests that continue to mobilize around the globe in response to the brutal murder of George Floyd have put a renewed and more prominent focus on the Black Lives Matter movement and the racial injustices facing African-Americans in the U.S.
3 quick tips for using tech to improve student wellness (and success)
Higher ed administrators must ensure students can connect and collaborate with faculty, staff and their peers in more ways—particularly in the online and hybrid learning environments that may be implemented this fall, say UB guest columnists Carolina and Claudia Recchi.
How to address student wellness, post-pandemic
First, respond to trauma; then, create (and assess) wellness programs to facilitate ongoing student success, says UB guest columnist Karen Gross, who emphasizes the importance of incorporating the values of transparency, tranquility, tolerance and temperance.
How could COVID-19 affect Native American student enrollment in higher ed?
A high percentage of Native American students could possibly not enroll in colleges and universities outside of their communities following the COVID-19 pandemic. In contrast, enrollment at non-boarding Tribal Colleges and Universities located on native reservations will likely grow.