Posts tagged: COVID-19 - Diverse


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Report Highlights COVID-19 Impact on College Students’ Mental Health

by | January 13, 2021 A new report analyzed how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the mental health of college stude Read more

Keyontae Johnson’s Collapse on the Basketball Court Highlights Economic Injustice for College Athletes

by Keisha Williams |
When Keyontae Johnson, a 21 year old basketball player, agreed to play NCAA basketball at the U [...] Read more

The Role of Experimentation and Medical Mistrust in COVID-19 Vaccine Skepticism

by Courtney J. Jones Carney | January 12, 2021
For many people in the United States, the approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna COVID-19 [...] Read more

New “J-Term” at Loyola University New Orleans Puts Focus on Race, Equity and Inclusion

by | January 10, 2021
For the first time in its history, Loyola University New Orleans is currently offering its stud [...] Read more

Flat is the New Up: How the Year of Covid-19 Continues to Reinvent Higher Ed

by Joan Marques | January 5, 2021
Along with its persisting global presence and its surging number of victims, COVID-19 has conju [...] Read more

183-Year-Old Women’s College To Close If It Doesn’t Raise $500,000 by Dec. 31

by | December 22, 2020
Founded in 1838, the all-women’s Judson College has weathered multiple wars, The Great Depres [...] 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 |
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

The Rich Get Richer in the Midst of a Pandemic

by | December 17, 2020
In order to stay above water, institutions are making drastic decisions – implementing hiring [...] Read more

Doubling the Pell Grant to Promote Access to Opportunity, Higher Ed

by Miguel Martinez-Saenz | December 15, 2020
President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ victory signals a crucial m [...] 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

How Two-Year Colleges Can Mitigate Student Enrollment Declines

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect the higher education sector, concerns arise around [...] Read more

Webinar Analyzes Prior-Learning Assessments’ Impact on Adult Student Outcomes

by | December 10, 2020
Using first-hand accounts of student experiences and input from higher education leaders, Lumin [...] Read more

Financial Impact of COVID-19 Dominates Intercollegiate Athletics Forum

by Lois Elfman | December 8, 2020
As leaders in intercollegiate athletics convened virtually at the annual Intercollegiate Athlet [...] Read more

Report: College Completion Rates See Marginal Increase

by | December 5, 2020
National six-year college completion rates has increased by 0.3% to reach 60.1%, the smallest g [...] Read more
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