COVID-19 - Higher Education

None of the U of California Campuses May Fully Reopen This Fall

| May 13, 2020
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, none of the campuses of the University of California (UC) syst [...] Read more

HBCU Morgan State Plans Fall With ‘Student Choice’ Course Delivery

Historically Black Morgan State University is planning to reopen for fall 2020 with what it cal [...] Read more

Mellon Foundation to Give $1.76 Million in Emergency Grants to 16 HBCUs

To stabilize enrollments and help students during the COVID-19 pandemic, 16 historically Black [...] Read more

House Democrats’ New Act Proposes $10 Billion for HBCUs, MSIs in Coronavirus Relief

A new coronavirus relief and stimulus package proposal from House Democrats, unveiled Tuesday, [...] Read more

Athletics Are Not Expendable, if Education is Our Goal

by Michael Rocque |
These are troubling times for higher education. With budgets tightening, hiring and salary free [...] Read more

Harvard Froze Its Search for Ethnic Studies Faculty While Continuing to Look for an Athletic Director

by | May 12, 2020
In response to the coronavirus, Harvard University froze its search for ethnic studies faculty [...] Read more

What Dr. Fauci Says About Students Returning to Campuses in the Fall

The prospect of a COVID-19 vaccine by colleges’ fall reopening time is “a bridge too fa [...] Read more

As Universities Tighten Budgets During the Coronavirus, What Will Happen to Diversity Initiatives?

by | May 11, 2020
As the coronavirus spurs an economic downturn, colleges and universities have started to tighte [...] Read more

Senator Lamar Alexander: Not Enough COVID-19 Testing to Open Campuses

Senate Republican Lamar Alexander said on Sunday that while the country’s COVID-19 testing le [...] Read more