COVID-19 - Higher Education

Universities Are Freezing Tenure Clocks. What Will That Mean for Junior Faculty of Color?

by | May 9, 2020
Over 240 universities are offering junior faculty extensions on their tenure clocks to ease the [...] Read more

UC San Diego to Start Mass Testing of Staff and Students for COVID-19

| May 8, 2020
The University of California San Diego will next week begin mass testing of students, faculty a [...] Read more

Dr. Alyce Gullattee, Oldest Professor at Howard U, Dies After COVID-19 Diagnosis

| May 7, 2020
Dr. Alyce Gullattee, a professor of psychiatry at Howard University’s College of Medicine and [...] Read more

Advocates Push for COVID-19 Benefits for Working College Students

by Pearl Stewart |
Duquesne University graduate student Terrell Nelson works part-time as a leasing agent at an ap [...] Read more

You Matter: Essential Home Daycare Professionals During the COVID-19 Pandemic

by Brian L. Wright |
As a former early childhood teacher and current associate professor of early childhood educatio [...] Read more

After COVID-19, Sharp Drop in Lowest-Income FAFSA Renewals for 2020-2021

| May 6, 2020
New data shows there has been a sharp drop in FAFSA renewals from lowest-income students as wel [...] Read more

Several HBCUs Say They Need Additional Funding to Upgrade Technology for Online Shift

Several historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) this week said they need additiona [...] Read more

A Panel Explores What Higher Education Could Look Like in a Post-Coronavirus World

by | May 4, 2020
Will higher education return to normal after the pandemic, or will it emerge forever changed? T [...] Read more

HBCUs to Host National Virtual Commencement Ceremony

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After having conversations with seniors, Dr. Michael J. Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn Colleg [...] Read more