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August 20, 2020
Lower-level student affairs staff concerned about their safety and their livelihoods are reluctant to speak out as COVID-19 cases surge on college campuses.

August 20, 2020
Women's journal submission rates fell as their caring responsibilities jumped due to COVID-19. Without meaningful interventions, the trend is likely to continue.

August 20, 2020
Early evidence from universities that tested students returning to campus and from those that didn't test was not encouraging, said Michigan State's president the day after he told undergraduates to stay home this fall.

August 20, 2020
Universities abandon plans to open campuses.

August 20, 2020
Adjustments at Pitt and Drexel; senators seek answers from a housing developer and data from colleges; was a comedy show necessary?

August 20, 2020
College of Southern Maryland

August 19, 2020
Notre Dame suspends in-person classes for two weeks amid rising case counts. Michigan State calls off in-person instruction for the fall, less than two weeks before students were to return to campus.

August 19, 2020
The incidents at UNC Chapel Hill and Notre Dame are unlikely to dissuade some college leaders from holding classes on campus.

August 19, 2020
Some predominantly online institutions have ramped up marketing efforts to attract students during the pandemic. A foundation's report tracks spending and criticizes a pattern of “concerning” ads.

August 19, 2020
Susanna Baxter, president of the Georgia Independent College Association, has been chosen as president of LaGrange College, in Georgia. Mary Clark, deputy provost and dean of faculty at American University, in Washington, D.C., has been named provost at the University of Denver, in Colorado.

August 18, 2020
Colleges confront what it means to bring students back to campuses as their fall plans become realities. Will many institutions make it through the fall without outbreaks?

August 18, 2020
They came. They saw. They clustered. Now, a week after starting classes at UNC Chapel Hill, undergraduates are being sent home as coronavirus spreads on campus.

August 18, 2020
Authors discuss expansion of their "15 Fall Scenarios" blog post to an ebook.

August 18, 2020
New research shows public colleges have room for improvement when it comes to enrolling displaced workers.

August 18, 2020
Mississippi State University is starting a minor in business administration. Roberts Wesleyan College is starting an associate of science in arts and culture. Sacred Heart University is launching a Ph.D. in social work.

August 17, 2020
Some for-profit colleges reported increased profitability and modest enrollment gains as the economy crashed in the second quarter, but it's still not clear whether the current pandemic and recession will turn around the fortunes of a sector that had been struggling.

August 17, 2020
Youngstown State faculty members say university is trying to seize all rights to their intellectual property.

August 17, 2020
UNC Chapel Hill reports fourth cluster of COVID-19 cases, Oklahoma State quarantines a sorority, Villanova warns students if they don't abide by policies they'll be sent home and more colleges flip online.

August 17, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a dramatic rise in mental health problems. Experts urge colleges to invest in mental health services, rather than slash their budgets.

August 17, 2020
Benjamin Ola. Akande, assistant vice chancellor for international affairs -- Africa and associate director of the Global Health Center at Washington University in St. Louis, has been selected as president of Champlain College, in Vermont. Michael Claire, president of College of San Mateo, in California, has been chosen as chancellor of the San Mateo County Community College District, also in California.

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