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Open for Learning and Ready to Restart the Economy

by Tonjua Williams | May 14, 2020
These are challenging times. There is no doubt about that. Old routines are shattered, business [...] Read more

How Universities Plan to Hold Graduation Ceremonies Amid a Pandemic

by | May 10, 2020
Over the past few months, universities and colleges around the country have worked towards plan [...] Read more

Rutgers CMSI and The Whether Host Virtual Entrepreneurship Program for HBCU Students

by | May 5, 2020
To increase the number of historically Black college and university (HBCUs) students pursuing e [...] Read more

HBCUs to Host National Virtual Commencement Ceremony

by | May 4, 2020
After having conversations with seniors, Dr. Michael J. Sorrell, president of Paul Quinn Colleg [...] Read more

Students, Schools Seek Answers in Era of Pandemic U.

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We’ve crept into May, which is coincidentally Asian Pacific American Heritage Month on the di [...] Read more

Survey: 30% of High School Students Plan to Delay Their College Start Date

by | May 1, 2020
A new survey reveals that 30% of high school students are delaying their college start date whi [...] Read more

College Teaching During the COVID-19 Outbreak

by | April 30, 2020
As COVID-19 has spread across the United States, various sectors of American life have had to t [...] Read more

Learning How to Learn: Why Faculty Should Re-Think Learning Objectives as They Approach Final Exams

by Thomas Mattson | April 29, 2020
If colleges and universities are truly ‘student-centric’ then we should be re-thinking our [...] Read more

Report: A Majority of Students Say Companies Are Unresponsive to Job Applications

by | April 28, 2020
For 72% of college students, the stress and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic ha [...] Read more

How Do HBCU Student-Athletes Manage Academic, Social, and Athletic Experiences During Coronavirus Quarantine?

by Donovan Smalls II |
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the inequitable experiences that many HBCU student-athlet [...] Read more

The Biggest Takeaways About My Students Amid COVID-19 Transition

by Charlita Woodruff-White | April 27, 2020
Often the focus is to hear about what students have learned from their professors in their clas [...] Read more

Maintaining Hope Despite the Uncertain Ending of My Doctoral Journey

by | April 23, 2020
As I come to terms with our current reality under the COVID-19 pandemic, I can’t shake the fe [...] Read more

New Telehealth Program Launched for Students to Access Health Care During COVID-19 Pandemic

by | April 16, 2020
With college students forced to return home during the coronavirus pandemic, many lack or have [...] Read more

Why Society Will Need Liberal Arts Graduates

by Sonia Cardenas |
The global pandemic has disrupted all of higher education, but perhaps no sector in it more tha [...] Read more

Coronavirus Pandemic Has Impacted College Students’ Mental Health

by | April 14, 2020
The changes in the higher education sector due to the coronavirus pandemic, such as campus-wide [...] Read more