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To bolster support, university police should reflect the community’s diversity, says a public safety director. The levels of aid that officers provide requires understanding students on a nuanced level.
Students with a disability, who were twice as likely to have misused prescription pain relievers within the past month, may be self-medicating for pain and stress management, study's author suggests
Modernizing the medical residency and fellowship process meant a change in philosophy and outreach for the Wexner Medical Center. Its journey offers a window into how to create that wow factor in recruiting remotely.
Spring break is the latest college tradition to fall prey to COVID, as a wave of campuses eliminates the vacation as they announce spring 2021 semester plans.
Division I college basketball gets an official start date, and it's just before Thanksgiving
The conference's Competition Task Force is leaning on strict protocols, including testing and data, to try to keep its players and staff safe.
A mechanical engineer offers insights into the challenges and key considerations in providing safe educational environments in the COVID-19 era.
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
Testing and tracing of positive cases is being done across entire State University of New York system on one platform.
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.
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