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With campuses closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, career services teams have gotten creative about delivering programs virtually, including understanding the need to get student input and support alumni
With campuses closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, career services teams have gotten creative about delivering programs virtually, including events specific to students in particular programs.
With campuses closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, career services teams have gotten creative about delivering programs virtually.
Two ideas include using robots for virtual handshakes during live commencements where not everyone can attend and creating a drive-in commencement event to maintain social distancing.
How colleges are creating memorable and personalized virtual commencement experiences as campuses are closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While 28 million Americans have canceled education plans due to coronavirus, others are considering enrolling soon, with nondegree programs getting the closest look.
Online distance learning programs and videoconferencing can squeak by without stunning video or other flashy visuals, but poor AB is likely a dealbreaker for all involved.
HR leaders play a critical role in ensuring that all employees feel supported, and in establishing what the "new normal" will look like for the organization, while communicating in personable, relatable ways.
A conversation with chief digital transformation evangelist Feng Hou addresses blockchain and how it can change record-keeping.
With the demand for virtual campus tours surging as coronavirus closures eliminate in-person visit options, admissions administrators are seeing the importance of offering prospective students a robust online visit experience.
High levels of perfectionism are related to depression, anxiety and stress. Here's what faculty, counselors and others in higher ed need to know and do.
Rather than canceling the 2020 Simmons Leadership Conference this month, planners for the 41-year event are bringing it online.
From campus food pantries to emergency financial aid, and wellness support to mental health counseling, colleges are pulling together services to make it easier for students to locate what they need.
The coronavirus pandemic is an all hands on deck situation—and individuals within higher ed are stepping in to help by making hard-to-find hand sanitizer from scratch and distributing it to those in need.
Primavera De Filippi, an internationally recognized authority on the challenges and opportunities of blockchains and other decentralized online technologies, will deliver the UB Tech 2020 keynote address.
Matthew D. Shank, president emeritus of Marymount University, shares how he had students pose as mystery shoppers to help assess the service quality in each of his institution’s non-academic units.
Here is how higher ed admissions and enrollment leaders can uncover—and solve—service weaknesses in contact with prospective students and applicants.
Chief diversity officers, or CDOs, prioritize social justice, gender equality and other equity issues as newest members of the college president's cabinet.
Campus procurement offices take action to help higher ed institutions reach campus sustainability goals through greener purchasing policy and practice.
Infusing equity, diversity and inclusion into all campus operations is San Jose State University Chief Diversity Officer Kathleen Wong-Lau's top priority.
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