A “Return to Normal” on Campus? Five Things University Students and Faculty Want

by George Veletsianos Recent announcements emphasize that institutions of higher education have planned a familiar return to campuses. Their recommendations called for a return to normal with an eye on backup plans and transitions. But the research my colleagues and I have done suggests that faculty and students hope for better futures. They don’t want “a return to normal.” Over the last year and a half, my colleagues and I have interviewed faculty and sifted through surveys gathering the opinions of nearly 150,000 students. We have also surveyed faculty and administrators in the United States multiple times about their experiences with teaching and learning during the pandemic. Most recently, we […]
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