higher education

The CDC Released New Guidelines for Schools Reopening

Last Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released new guidelines to help K-12 schools, as well as...

Managing Title IX Policy Amid Shutdowns

Mary Kate McGrath
May 18, 2020

Colleges and universities across the United States have halted in-person classes, directed students to leave dormitories, and...

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Managing Building Security Amid Closures

Mary Kate McGrath
May 11, 2020

In March, college and university campuses across the United States halted in person classes, shuttering on campus facilities, sending...

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How The Department of Education Is Distributing Higher Ed Stimulus Funds

Mary Kate McGrath
May 04, 2020

In March, colleges and universities across the United States halted in-person classes, directed students to move out of dormitories,...

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Addressing Graduate Student Mental Health Concerns

Mary Kate McGrath
April 27, 2020

Many researchers have noted that the college mental health crisis amounts to an epidemic, with students reporting record rates of...

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Medical Students Are Graduating Early to Help With Coronavirus

Mary Kate McGrath
April 20, 2020

Medical students across the United States are graduating early to join the fight against the coronavirus. On March 26, NYU’s Grossman...

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Navigating A Major Disruption Caused By A Crisis: Advice From Those Who Have Done It

Mary Kate McGrath
April 13, 2020

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in widespread college or university closures in the United States, as nearly every...

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Why Colleges Should Pay Attention To Intimate Partner Violence

Mary Kate McGrath
April 06, 2020

In October of 2018, Lauren McCluskey, a college student and track star in Utah, was stalked on campus, kidnapped, and killed by a...

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Next Steps Once Your Higher Ed Campus Becomes a Quarantine Facility

Mary Kate McGrath
March 30, 2020

In early March, colleges and universities in the United States canceled in-person classes and sent students home in response to the...

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How Colleges And Universities Have Managed Safety During A Merger

Mary Kate McGrath
March 23, 2020

Back in November of 2019, Emerson College in Boston announced plans to merge with Marlboro College in Vermont. Officials from the two...

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How College Campuses Are Responding To The Coronavirus Outbreak

Mary Kate McGrath
March 16, 2020

On Tuesday, Harvard joined the growing number of colleges and universities canceling in-person classes and moving to a remote learning...

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A Guide to Coronavirus Emergency Preparedness When Everyone is Looking to You for Answers

Andrea Lebron
March 10, 2020

Our guide to coronavirus emergency preparedness provides advice on how to stay reliably informed, share information with others, and...

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New Campus Sexual Misconduct Rules Address Dating Violence

Mary Kate McGrath
March 09, 2020

In February, the Department of Education announced a new policy on sexual misconduct for college or university campuses that aims to...

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