Student Engagement

Student Engagement
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Jul 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.

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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 26, 2022
For many graduates from the COVID classes of 2020 and 2021, commencement was virtual, students only or just no fun. This year they’re joining the Class of 2022 for the full-blown experience.
February 3, 2022
A spate of student deaths has deeply shaken Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Student mental health issues, worsened by the pandemic, are a concern that extends to campuses across the U.S.
August 5, 2021
Colleges and universities are beefing up their mental health services ahead of the fall semester as the uncertain trajectory of the pandemic continues to affect students.
July 14, 2021
A new pilot program in Texas aims to bring local college students into the industry as small family farms across the country continue to dwindle and farmers and ranchers age.
March 4, 2021
Many students were hesitant to discuss controversial topics in the classroom and felt their campuses' climate did not allow for open discourse during the fall 2020 semester, according to a new report.
July 28, 2020
Colleges are employing multipronged strategies to inform students about the pandemic. Will their efforts get students to take safety precautions seriously?
December 1, 2016
For quite a long while, American higher education has been adrift in a devolving eddy of self-pity while remaining largely silent on the great social issues of our times, argues Patricia McGuire.
August 24, 2016
Study of tens of thousands of college students finds that those who were open to change their major were more likely to graduate than those who decided right away.
April 19, 2016
Administrators and faculty members desperately need a new language to characterize minority, low-income and first-generation students -- one that frees us from dependence on labels such as “disadvantaged,” argues Byron P. White.

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