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How a Small Tribal College Stepped up to Make Face Shields For Health Workers

by | April 6, 2020 Bay Mills Community College, a tribal college in Michigan, got a request from its community two Read more

Meharry Medical College Enters Global Race for an Antiviral Drug to Treat COVID-19

by B. Denise Hawkins | April 5, 2020
For Meharry's Dr. Donald Alcendor, finding an effective antiviral strategy not only for COVID-1 [...] Read more

Division I Women Basketball Players Beat Men Again in Academic Progress

by Lois Elfman | April 2, 2020
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I African American women basketball p [...] Read more

‘Spirit-Murdering’ Comes to Zoom: Racist Attacks Plague Online Learning

by | April 1, 2020
Now termed “Zoombombing,” the number of racist and vitriolic attacks on the video conferenc [...] Read more

For Tribal Colleges That Have Always Struggled With Internet Access, Moving Online Isn’t Easy

by | March 31, 2020
Tribal colleges and universities – which serve over 16,000 Native American students – have [...] Read more

New York’s Tuition Free Program Leaves Out Many Low-Income, Community College Students

by | March 30, 2020
The Excelsior Scholarship, New York’s tuition-free program, only reaches a small portion of l [...] Read more

Online University Opens Up Courses to Colleges Struggling With Remote Education

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University of the People – a tuition-free, non-profit online university – has offered to op [...] Read more

Universities Struggle to Respond to the Diverse Needs of Low-Income Students Amidst Coronavirus Shutdowns

by | March 26, 2020
As the coronavirus shuts down campuses, low-income students face a lot of uncertainty and a sle [...] Read more

UNCF: $1 Billion for HBCUs, TCUs, MSIs in Federal Coronavirus Stimulus Package

by | March 25, 2020
Congress and the White House have agreed to provide $1 billion in emergency funds to historical [...] Read more

UC Irvine Opens Online Learning Research Center as Coronavirus Forces Faculty Online

by | March 24, 2020
The University of California Irvine (UC Irvine) just launched its first Online Learning Researc [...] Read more

EAB Analyst: Under-Resourced Colleges Could Face Closure Due to Coronavirus

by | March 23, 2020
The coronavirus crisis will “accelerate a closure of colleges and universities,” especially [...] Read more

George Mason University Makes Plans to Memorialize Its Namesake’s Slaves

by | March 22, 2020
Four years ago, at George Mason University, Black students in the honors college started asking [...] Read more

For Students With Disabilities, A Mass Shift to Online Courses Comes With Deep Concerns

by | March 19, 2020
As colleges and universities hastily prepare to shift their courses online in response to the c [...] Read more

Report Highlights Impact of Prior Learning Assessments

by | March 18, 2020
As part of the Association of Community College Trustees' (ACCT) focus on developing community [...] Read more

Mormon Educators Offer to Help Brigham Young University’s LGBTQ Students Transfer

by | March 17, 2020
After Brigham Young University leadership reiterated a campus ban on “same-sex romantic behav [...] Read more
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