COVID-19 - Higher Education


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Georgia Power Gives Six Georgia HBCUs $1.625 Million for Tech and Development

by | November 30, 2020 Georgia Power is giving six of Georgia’s historically Black colleges and universities $1.625 [...] Read more

Purdue Gives Faculty and Staff $750 “Appreciation Awards” for In-Person Service

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More than 15,000 Purdue University faculty, staff and graduate student staff will be getting $7 [...] Read more

Experts Say Higher Ed Leaders Should Avoid Playing a ‘Numbers Game’ With COVID-19

by Autumn A. Arnett |
The response to COVID-19 has been mixed this fall. Some campuses, like the Atlanta University C [...] Read more

Princeton Will Allow Students Back on Campus in Spring Under Stricter Guidelines

by | November 25, 2020
Princeton University will allow undergraduate students back on or near campus for the spring se [...] Read more

Fewer Black Men Are Enrolling in Community Colleges This Semester Due to COVID-19

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Fewer Black men are enrolled in community college this semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic, F [...] Read more

TMCF, Honda, Omaze Partner to Offer Chance to Win Limited Edition Honda Civic Type R

by | November 24, 2020
Honda has partnered with online fundraising platform Omaze and the Thurgood Marshall College Fu [...] Read more

Students Leave Campus for Thanksgiving—Will They Return?

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Kentucky got beat by Alabama pretty bad last Saturday in football. But I’m sure my friend Ted [...] Read more
Columbia University Suspends MBA Students for International Travel

Columbia University Suspends MBA Students for International Travel

by | November 23, 2020
At least 70 MBA students have been temporarily banned from Columbia University’s campus for t [...] Read more

President-Elect Joe Biden Considering Dr. James E.K. Hildreth for The Coronavirus Taskforce

by B. Denise Hawkins | November 18, 2020
President-elect Joe Biden has made the raging COVID-19 pandemic a priority for his incoming adm [...] Read more
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