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Lake Washington Institute of Technology was likely the first college in the United States to be affected by COVID-19. One year out, many things have changed.
University of Florida professor facing blame in a student's suicide is placed on leave. Case recalls abuse of graduate students elsewhere.
Governor-backed plan would merge state's public university and community college system boards in July. Budgets would be combined next year.
College students appreciate flexibility from online job interviews but worry they would connect better with potential employers in person.
Eighteenth Century Collections Online is a library of eighteenth-century life. Not only does ECCO provide the facsimile texts of well-known, less well-known, and the unheard-of for centuries, but it enables researchers and students to search through its entire corpus.

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When it comes to which person convicted of a crime should have their work published or not, none of us are in a position to draw the lines between them, argues Adam Szetela.

Career Advice

In his online courses, Zachary Nowak found that such policies helped keep attendance and student engagement in both lecture and discussion sections high.
Requiring students to let you inside their homes and private spaces can be culturally insensitive and ultimately racist, sexist, gendered and classist, write Margaret Finders and Joaquin Muñoz.
Rural health isn’t just another issue at the University of North Dakota. It’s a priority.

Blogs

Confessions of a Community College Dean

March 3, 2021
A question for my wise and worldly readers.

Learning Innovation

March 2, 2021
3 questions for Erin Shevlin, program manager for university partnerships at Emeritus

Higher Ed Gamma

March 2, 2021
Creating educationally and developmentally impactful learning experiences.

Call to Action: Marketing and Communications in Higher Education

March 2, 2021
A well-developed media profile requires strategy and time.
How can cross-campus teams sync research for the greater good? Find out from an unlikely duo who are integrating their knowledge to explore the therapeutic potential of spontaneous movement.

The Key Podcast

This episode explores Inside Higher Ed's news hub featuring student polling data, news and analysis to ensure that the perspective of college students is heard on the issues that matter in higher education.

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