by Kerry Cardoza As COVID-19 swept across the U.S. last winter and spring, colleges and universities adapted swiftly to the situation. Though it was swift, it was not without pain:.
As college faculty and administrators edge toward the Fall 2021 semester, they’re grappling with COVID-19. Administrators are weighing whether to make vaccinations mandatory — or just strongly encourage — students to be.
On December 17, 2020, the Illinois Supreme Court ruled that a community college violated the Illinois Public Community College Act when it replaced laid off tenured faculty members with adjunct.
by Desi Cotis In late October, I received an email from a member of the California Department of Public Health. I called the number in the email and a bright.
by Stephen Aguilar In 2017, Karen Kelsky, a consultant for people looking for academic jobs, launched a survey to capture people’s experiences of sexual harassment at colleges and universities. I took interest in this.
McConnell’s wait-and-see tactics put students in limbo as states grapple with reopening plans by Staci Maiers If the economic damage wrought by the coronavirus pandemic isn’t answered with immediate, additional.