Posts tagged: COVID-19 - Diverse

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GW Releases Classroom COVID-19 Health Protocols for Fall Reopening

by | July 28, 2021 In a letter to faculty members, Christopher Alan Bracey, interim provost and executive vice pre Read more

Technical, Trade and Junior Schools Experience Large Declines in Staffing

by | July 26, 2021
Post-secondary institutions experienced a decline in staffing last year, according to a new rep [...] Read more

Report Analyzes COVID-19, Racial Violence Impact on Black Education

by | July 21, 2021
Using firsthand accounts and perspectives, a new study examines how the events of this past yea [...] Read more

Federal Judge Blocks Challenge to COVID Vaccine Mandate at Indiana University

by | July 20, 2021
Indiana University’s requirement that students receive COVID-19 vaccines before returning [...] Read more

Up in Smoke: The Vaping Epidemic

by Brittany Ladson | June 1, 2021
The importance of lung health is more significant this year than ever before. The combination o [...] Read more

Report Analyzes Effects of COVID-19 on Texas Students’ Mental Health, Employment and Basic Needs Insecurity

by | May 18, 2021
A new report, “#RealCollege2021: Basic Needs Insecurity Among Texas College Students During t [...] Read more

Togetherall Offers Anonymous Peer-to-Peer Mental Health Support

by | May 6, 2021
Over the last year, the stressors of the two pandemics—COVID-19 and racial injustice—have n [...] Read more

Can HBCUs Capitalize on the Hemp Rush?

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The landscape for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) is rapidly changing amid [...] Read more

One Year After the Shutdown: Education Lessons from COVID-19

by Jessica Rowland Williams | May 5, 2021
A year ago, K-12 classrooms and college campuses across the country shuttered; many still remai [...] Read more

March Madness Thrives Amid Scrutiny, COVID-19 Concerns

by Autumn A. Arnett | April 29, 2021
March Madness returned in 2021, after being shut down by COVID-19 in 2020. As conferences and t [...] Read more

Considering the Impact of COVID-19 on Teacher Education: What Really Matters

by Marquita Grenot-Scheyer | April 23, 2021
The COVID-19 pandemic shed a harsh light on the systemic inequities in schools and communities. [...] Read more

The Jalen Hurts Template on How to Handle Career Storms

by | April 16, 2021
There are lessons from college sports that can be transferred to other areas of life, even to h [...] Read more

For Colleges and Universities, Reopening Plans Must Meet Students’ Mental Health Needs

by Tracie Lowe, Charmaine Troy, Kimberly Walker, Althea Counts | April 14, 2021
As more people across the nation become eligible for COVID-19 vaccines, colleges and universiti [...] Read more

HACU’s Capitol Forum Discusses Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on HSIs

by | April 13, 2021
Hundreds of higher education leaders and members of Congress convened virtually on Tuesday to d [...] Read more

More Than an Athlete: Pivoting to a New Paradigm

by | April 7, 2021
Student-athletes all have some level of investment in their particular sport. This investment c [...] Read more
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