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Matt Zalaznick
Smaller colleges hope to offer in-person instruction, single dorm rooms, dining with social distancing, coronavirus testing and even contact tracing. Read more>>

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Chris Burt
Starting this week, the three-week tournament will bring together participants from its 64 universities who will try to win prizes for their schools’ student emergency funds. Read more>>

Chris Burt
As more colleges and universities continue to be affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, higher education solution providers have stepped up by rolling out free resources, services and teaching materials. Updated on September 13. Read more>>

Francesco C. Cesareo, UB guest columnist
Providing relief and support options ensures that students may continue, or begin, their college degree programs—despite changing financial situations, says UB guest columnist Francesco C. Cesareo, president of Assumption College in Massachusetts. Read more>>

Top News
The president of Brown University says reopening college campuses this fall should be a "national priority" for the well-being of the economy as the nation recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. Read more>>

13 CBS Sacramento
Placer County’s Sierra College is the first community college in California to announce it will be distance learning not just for the rest of this semester — but next semester as well. Read more>>

Fox 43
Universities closed campuses so students moved back home. Now, they are stuck with paying rent for apartments they can't live in during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more>>

Page Six
A source told Page Six that Sophia, 19, retook her SAT — and that she’s been accepted to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Read more>>

Xenia Daily Gazette
Central State was one of 19 land-grant colleges and universities to receive funding from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

So what’s a triple-threat graduate? It’s a graduate who leaves college with a broad education in the form of a bachelor’s degree which also includes three critical elements. Read more>>

Community College Daily
Rural colleges adopting distance learning during the coronavirus pandemic face the same challenges as other two-year colleges, as well as some unique ones. Read more>>

The Atlantic
How do you operate institutions designed to mix people and ideas without also mixing viruses? Read more>>

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Advanced technology offers proactive alerting of traffic slow downs for commercial vehicle drivers to prevent work zone crashes. Read more>>
Leinco Technologies said it has entered into an agreement with Vanderbilt University Medical Center to scale up production of its most promising antibodies for development of an immunodiagnostic test for the detection of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Read more>>