The Two-Minute Briefing for Higher Ed Leaders
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The Two-Minute Briefing for Higher Ed Leaders
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TRENDING ON UB

Steven Blackburn

Colleges and universities are expected to experience up to 10% in budget shortfalls and upwards of 13.4% drops in endowments for the 2020-21 school year and need to prepare for this reality sooner rather than later. Read More >>

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Matt Zalaznick

Harvard University will invite 40% of its students back to campus this fall and continue with online learning, while Princeton brings back half its undergraduates and cuts tuition. Read More >>

Melissa Ezarik

With 14 cloud-based solutions from Campus Management, Campus Labs and iModules, the newly formed company has products that support the entire student lifecycle. Read More >>

Nicholas Scibetta, UB guest columnist

Empathetic marketing is more critical than ever, enabling brands to better understand and more deeply connect to audiences. Here's how higher ed can make it work. Read More >>

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TOP NEWS

NBC News

The news comes as some colleges and universities, including Harvard, have announced they will hold online-only courses this fall amid the coronavirus pandemic. Read More >>

CBS Sports

What happens with the Ivy League could set the tone for the rest of college football. After all, it was the Ivy League that initially canceled its basketball conference tournament back on March 12. Read More >>

The New York Times

An alumnus has filed a suit to save a fresco at the University of Kentucky that depicts enslaved people; a Black artist whose work is shown with it also wants the mural to stay. Read More >>