COVID-19 - Higher Education


Common App Turns to Artificial Intelligence Chatbot to Guide Low-Income and First-Generation Students

by | December 30, 2020
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, college applications dropped, especially among first-genera [...] Read more

It Makes Me Wanna Holler: The Need for Self-Care for Black Soldiers on the Frontlines

by Ronald W. Whitaker II, Zakia Gates & Adriel A. Hilton | December 22, 2020
For “Black soldiers on the frontlines” of the liberation struggle, if we were to be honest [...] Read more

Stakeholders Call for Increased Support for HSIs Given Impact of COVID-19

by | December 21, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has continued to impact businesses, schools and daily life in a number of [...] Read more

Universities Allege Increase in Academic Dishonesty Amid Pandemic

by | December 17, 2020
With exams being held online, Texas A&M University faculty have reported heightened concern [...] Read more

Study: Female Faculty and Caretakers Disproportionately Impacted by COVID-19

by | December 16, 2020
A new study of ecologists and evolutionary biologists at U.S. colleges and universities reveals [...] Read more

Senators Scrutinize Virtual Proctoring Companies After Students Report Equity Concerns

by | December 14, 2020
As COVID-19 popularized virtual proctoring, students have increasingly reported incidents where [...] Read more

Survey Seeks to Compile Noncredit Training Options

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A survey on workforce development is compiling a list of noncredit occupational training option [...] Read more

U of Minnesota Might Borrow $82M to Cover COVID-19 Budget Deficit

by | December 11, 2020
Projecting a $166 million budget deficit brought on by COVID-19, The University of Minnesota mi [...] Read more

Panel Discussion Focuses on Small Businesses and Education Amid COVID-19

by | December 10, 2020
A virtual panel on Thursday highlighted the ways in which small business owners and educators h [...] Read more