Posts tagged: Online Classes - Diverse

‘Disappointed’ UW-Madison Student Leaders Ask the University to Move All Classes Online

by | September 8, 2020 Elected student government leaders at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are asking that the s Read more

West Virginia U Suspends In-Person Classes After Increase in Cases and Holiday Weekend Parties

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West Virginia University is suspending in-person classes at its main campus in Morgantown throu [...] Read more

Three Tips for First-Generation Graduate Students Navigating Education During the Pandemic

by Stella Smith and Leslie Ekpe | July 27, 2020
There has been a lot of focus on how higher education institutions are dealing with the pandemi [...] Read more

Survey: 80% of Virginia College Students Are Struggling Academically Due to COVID-19

| May 29, 2020
Close to 80% of Virginia’s college students are struggling with academics due to the COVID-19 [...] Read more

Harvard Will Open For Fall But Most Instruction May be Remote

| April 28, 2020
Harvard University said it will open for fall 2020 but most or all instruction may be remote [...] Read more

Oklahoma University Considers Staying Online Through Spring 2021

| April 14, 2020
Oklahoma University (OU)  is considering keeping classes online not just during next fall but [...] 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

Papa John’s, Purdue Global Partner to Provide Free Tuition For Corporate Employees

by | February 14, 2019
American restaurant franchise Papa John’s Pizza has announced it has partnered with Purdue Un [...] Read more

Student Affairs Goes Digital: Translating Student Support to the World of Online Learning

by Kevin Kruger & Dave Jarrat | December 16, 2018
With nearly a third of all students now taking at least one course online, institutions are gra [...] Read more