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The Chronicle of Higher Education
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One expert on college finances predicts that cash-flow problems will dog the weakest institutions and may well be the factor that separates survivors from the rest.
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In Advice: To help students stay attentive, think like a conductor, and recognize that students need you to change the pace and the action.
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In Opinion: An odd moral contortion has struck the humanities, writes .
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Larger institutions were more likely to lose revenue on athletic events — particularly if they had an NCAA football program.
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When a crisis hits, campus values like community-mindedness can pay dividends -- if they’re already part of the culture. That’s one of the lessons shares in The Edge newsletter.
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In just 11 days, the University of Minnesota saw 47 positive Covid-19 diagnoses in its football program.
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The U.S. economic activity spurred by international students has long been on the upswing. The 2019-20 academic year was different.
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“Many leaders don’t want to look like the captain who decided to jump ship."
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The University of Florida has denied 144 professors' requests to teach remotely this coming spring.
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In Advice: Directors and playwrights, conductors and composers, recognize the limited attention span of an audience. Professors should, too.
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ok y'all loved this tweet now go read the story:
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One small private college discounted its tuition by 78 percent.
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Colleges that are used to being “underresourced” have some advantages in dealing with the pandemic. As one college leader tells in The Edge newsletter. “Our cultures are ‘lean’ in a good way.”
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It used to take seven international students to create or support three U.S. jobs. Now, with a slide in their numbers, it takes eight.
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"If anything, it has caused some people not to step down because of their deep concern for their campus community,”
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Scott W. Atlas, a senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, resigned as a special adviser to President Trump on the coronavirus.
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For the most vulnerable colleges, things are about to get even worse.
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Higher ed confronts its biggest challenge in a century, and the main lessons are gooey sentimentality about leaning into the mission? Really? explains, in The Edge newsletter this week.
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I could do a whole spiel abt this story but I'll just say that I've worked really hard on it, and I think you should read it! It's about accusations that rocked an African American studies department but also so much more:
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In Advice: How changing the tempo of your teaching plays an essential role in keeping students’ attention.
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