COVID-19 - Higher Education

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Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, Morehouse School of Medicine Welcomes Its Largest Class

by B. Denise Hawkins | August 7, 2020 In June, most historically Black colleges and universities were racing against the clock to com [...] Read more

Howard, Johns Hopkins Reverse Course, Opt for Virtual Fall Semester

by B. Denise Hawkins |
Howard University, in the nation’s capital, will now hold its fall semester entirely online f [...] Read more

CED Provides Recommendations for Higher Education Reform After COVID-19

by | August 5, 2020
New research conducted by the Committee for Economic Development of the Conference Board (CED) [...] Read more

Faculty Discontent Over In-Person Fall Semester Grows

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Discontent over reopening college campuses for in-person classes in the fall amid the COVID-19 [...] Read more

Michigan State University Urges Students to Stay Home in the Fall if They Can

Michigan State University is urging students to stay home during the fall semester, if they can [...] Read more

Online Anti-Oppressive Orientation During COVID-19

by Kimberly A. Truong and Kay Martinez | August 3, 2020
With the COVID-19 pandemic shutting down physical college campuses in the spring, many institut [...] Read more

UNCF Survey Measures How COVID-19 Has Affected HBCU Students’ Fall Plans

by | July 31, 2020
More than 5,000 students from 17 United Negro College Fund (UNCF) historically Black colleges a [...] Read more

Supporting International Students in Time of Coronavirus: Looking Beyond Immigration Concerns

by Musbah Shaheen | July 30, 2020
The higher education community went into a collective uproar following the ICE guidelines that [...] Read more

At Least 6,300 COVID-19 Cases Linked to 270 U.S. Colleges, Reveals a NYTimes Survey

by | July 29, 2020
Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, at least 6,300 cases have been linked to a group of r [...] Read more
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