- Ritual, Rhythm, Community: Everything Higher Ed Does Best, the Coronavirus AttacksThe Covid-19 pandemic has closed campuses across the nation, upending the familiar signposts of residential college life.
- As Covid-19 Erases Line Between Work and Home, Professors Learn to Teach Remotely While Watching Their KidsCollegesâ move to emergency online instruction because of the coronavirus has coincided with school and day-care closures. Hereâs what that looks like for instructors with children.
- Colleges That Closed Dorms Amid Pandemic Are Refunding Students’ Money, Right? Not EverywherePetitions for housing and dining refunds are cropping up around the country, but there is no uniform approach for reimbursement.
- U. of Rochester Will Pay $9.4 Million to Settle Long-Running Sexual-Harassment BattleThe settlement resolves a dispute with former faculty members and students, who alleged that the university had defamed and retaliated against them for complaining about a tenured professorâs conduct.
- For Many Graduate Students, Covid-19 Pandemic Highlights InequitiesItâs disrupted their research and funding, muddied the job-market waters, and complicated questions about their status at their institution.
- If the Coronavirus Collapses State Budgets, What Will Happen to Public Colleges?The Great Recession showed how a crisis can fuel state disinvestment. âIf past is prologue,â one university official said, âwe have reason to be concerned.â