Colleges' Approaches

Colleges' Approaches
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Sep 07, 2022
Colleges and universities are struggling to keep students and local residents cool as a heat wave sweeps the West Coast.
Oct 03, 2018
Researchers hoped that online communications would prod students to nearly double their study time. It barely budged, but their study shows how scholars can measure impact (or lack thereof) of educational interventions.

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September 7, 2022
Colleges and universities are struggling to keep students and local residents cool as a heat wave sweeps the West Coast.
July 13, 2022
Since the start of the pandemic, law school faculty members have gained proficiency in online teaching best practices and students have gained appreciation for hybrid and online learning options.
April 15, 2022
In the post–George Floyd era, some college police departments are demilitarizing uniforms and repainting cars to appear less intimidating and try to earn students’ trust.
February 9, 2022
Some colleges are cutting back on red meat in campus dining halls in an effort to fight climate change and prompt students to think about the carbon footprint of the food they consume.
February 8, 2022
Some colleges are cutting back on red meat in campus dining halls in an effort to fight climate change and prompt students to think about the carbon footprint of the food they consume.
January 13, 2022
Successful mitigation measures allow colleges to bring students back to campus, even as COVID-19 cases are taking off. Strategies vary by campus, with some efforts limited by governing boards.
January 6, 2022
With the Omicron variant of COVID-19 raging, a majority of institutions are putting their trust in vaccines and tried and true mitigation strategies to bring students back to campus this semester.
August 2, 2019
New data on the first three jobs held by graduates of six popular majors show career pathways are a swirl rather than a straight line, and that college degrees typically do create a foundation for entering the workforce.
March 27, 2018
The University of Texas System releases a new breakdown of student earnings, an alternative -- produced with U.S. Census Bureau -- to a prohibited federal database.
September 25, 2017
An alliance of 11 public research universities shows that sharing data, ideas and practices can help more low-income students graduate.

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October 3, 2018

Researchers hoped that online communications would prod students to nearly double their study time. It barely budged, but their study shows how scholars can measure impact (or lack thereof) of educational interventions.

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