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April 7, 2020
Updates on the coronavirus pandemic published throughout the day.

April 7, 2020
Graduate students face many of the same challenges as faculty members during COVID-19 but have received fewer assurances. Top on their wish list are extended funding and time-to-degree extensions.

April 7, 2020
College leaders worry about delays and technical problems with the distribution of stimulus money, but a Senate GOP aide says they should stop whining.

April 7, 2020
Whether they're producing 3-D-printed face shields, mixing do-it-yourself hand sanitizer, providing free babysitting services or organizing collection drives for safety gear, members of the higher ed community are supporting front-line workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic.

April 7, 2020
Professor discusses his book on his son's battle with schizophrenia.

April 7, 2020
Everything you need to know for Tuesday about higher ed and the coronavirus in one easy-to-read package.

April 6, 2020
What to do when professors can't teach? Some administrators and instructors are making plans for unprecedented illness and even death among faculty members.

April 6, 2020
As colleges come up with plans to refund room and board, some are better received than others.

April 6, 2020
Students with disabilities and their advocates say access to equitable education has been abandoned in the scramble to move classes online.

April 6, 2020
Everything you need to know for Monday about higher ed and the coronavirus in one easy-to-read package.

April 3, 2020
As demographics shift, the experiences of more and more students resemble those of faculty members less and less. How can faculty adapt to ensure these students succeed in a suddenly changing world, and how can institutions help?

April 3, 2020
Digital disruptors sharing racist, sexist and pornographic content in Zoom videoconferences show no sign of slowing down as “Zoombombing” trend grows.

April 3, 2020
States would pay for large chunks of the free college plans from Biden and Sanders, but the coronavirus is sending state finances reeling.

April 3, 2020
When the State Department made the unprecedented decision to suspend Fulbright grants worldwide last month, many grantees found themselves back in the U.S. without jobs, housing or health insurance.

April 3, 2020
Everything you need to know about higher ed and the coronavirus for Friday and the weekend in one easy-to-read package.

April 3, 2020
Even with COVID-19 present worldwide, they see need.

April 2, 2020
Four prominent academics died last month from COVID-19. The toll is likely to grow as the coronavirus spreads and more Americans die, as predicted by public health authorities.

April 2, 2020
Scholars with expertise in Asian American studies, public health and other fields have a new urgent agenda for their teaching, research and outreach: confronting coronavirus-related racism.

April 2, 2020
The San Francisco Art Institute will not admit any new students. MacMurray College will close its doors permanently. Both cite the coronavirus outbreak as contributing to financial challenges that were already growing.

April 2, 2020
Higher education groups push the Education Department to suspend measure of colleges' financial standing, and the department releases new proposed rules on distance education.

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