Most universities in the United States have chosen to offer a mix of in-person and online instruction in the coming academic year as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and.
by Tracy Birdwell and Tripp Harris When it comes to conducting classes this fall, most colleges seem to be stuck between holding in-person or remote classes, or some combination of.
The public discussion of whether colleges and universities should offer face-to-face classes was kicked off in April by the president of Brown University with her New York Times essay: “College.
by Keith Hoeller “We Now Have the Worst Unemployment Rate Since the Great Depression,” read Slate’s headline. The 20.5 million jobs lost in April and the nearly 15% unemployment rate “may understate the.
by Chloe Liu Boston University’s current plan for the Fall semester has received criticism stemming from a perceived lack of consideration for faculty, as it does not currently offer an option.
Elon University’s faculty union, Elon Faculty Forward, proposed their “Humane Budget” to the university in early May. The proposal outlines how the union wants the university to protect non-tenured faculty in.