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In times of crisis, it becomes more important than ever, as stress can cause well-intentioned leaders to resort to bias and exclusion, write Ethel L. Mickey, Ember Skye Kanelee and Joya Misra.

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May 21, 2020
Communicating all of a faculty member's contributions can advance not only that individual but the entire institution, positively impacting student recruiting and fundraising, argues Martin S. Edwards.
May 21, 2020
Becca Krukowski, Danielle Arigo and Ilana Graetz offer recommendations for dealing with policies, procedures and other issues given the new conditions resulting from COVID-19.
May 20, 2020
Students’ expectations will be higher this fall. Here’s how college leaders and professors can ensure a high-quality virtual learning experience, Elizabeth Johnson writes.
May 20, 2020
Even as we acknowledge the struggles of college teachers to help students learn and grow under this spring’s difficult circumstances, another side of the story needs to be told, writes Austin Sarat.
May 19, 2020
Rashida Banerjee, Hava Gordon, Andrea Stanton and Keith Ward advise how department chairs can translate this spring's emergency responses into leadership approaches for a crisis that could last well into fall.

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