Category: Higher Education

How College Educators Perceive a Post-Pandemic World
Jul 23, 2020
How College Educators Perceive a Post-Pandemic World

The COVID- 19 pandemic has disrupted the way we access education. Overnight, students and educators have had to shift to online learning. Educators particularly have experienced the brunt of this shift, often having to innovate on their own, unless their institution has invested in the requisite technology to facilitate online classes. Online Study No Match […]

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College Faculty Support During COVID-19
Jun 04, 2020
How Colleges Can Maintain the Well-Being of Faculty During the Pandemic

Since COVID- 19, we’ve been finding new ways to get our work done while keeping safety in mind. The same is true for educational institutions around the globe. Colleges have quickly adapted to online teaching methods, so the students do not fall behind on their education. However, it might not be as easy for the […]

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Jun 02, 2020
Staff Workforce Standards in Higher Education

Colleges everywhere are faced with the challenges of declining enrollment while continuing to effectively provide services. Non-instructional staff is an integral part of their mission and it is important to ensure that the composition of the staff workforce will continue to support the success of the college. Benchmark comparisons with other institutions can help with […]

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College
May 28, 2020
How COVID- 19 is Affecting Colleges and Universities

COVID- 19 has become a global pandemic, so people are practicing some preventive measures to protect themselves from contracting the disease. One of the important preventative measures is social distancing, where people have to stay away from each other and not come into proximity. Coronavirus Impact on Colleges and Universities Colleges and universities are opting […]

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small college
May 26, 2020
Tips to Help Small-College Leaders Foster Community During COVID-19

COVID-19 has severely affected the whole world. As positive cases and deaths are being reported every day, small-college leaders must take on the responsibility to foster community amid this pandemic. However, due to strict social distancing guidelines, regular face-to-face teaching and learning have moved online. Is it still possible to keep that sense of community? […]

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Higher education
May 21, 2020
Coronavirus Impact on the State’s Ability to Fund Higher Education

Before the coronavirus pandemic, several legislators were pushing towards an increase in the budgetary allocation for public colleges and universities. However, the tax revenue erosion since the outbreak has created a huge impact on higher education funds as coronavirus scrambles funding. On the one hand, higher education is struggling to adapt to the current infrastructure […]

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faculty meeting fist bump, how community college leaders can play a role in faculty-led student success initiatives
Apr 30, 2020
How Campus Leadership Can Support Student Success at Community Colleges

How community college leaders can play a role in faculty-led student success initiatives. Community colleges that wish to improve student success require faculty and campus leadership to work together.  This is because, as faculty take on more responsibility for the progress of their students, they need more support from those in administrative and management roles.  […]

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person taking college class online, most influential innovators in the U.S.’s higher education system
Apr 23, 2020
Recognizing Innovation in Higher Education

Identifying some of the most influential innovators in the U.S.’s higher education system. Recent forecasts of the U.S. higher education system warn of a bleak future.  While many of these predictions are perhaps a bit dramatic, many higher education institutions throughout the country are expected to struggle in the coming years.  With increasing student debt, […]

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Apr 16, 2020
2020 Ranking of Top U.S. Universities

Top 10 universities in the U.S.—did your school make the list? Every year, QS ranks U.S. universities according to six metrics, including academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty/student ratio, citations per faculty, international faculty ratio, and international student ratio.  Recently, QS released its ranking of the top 10 universities in the U.S. for 2020.  Here is […]

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California Colleges Facing Capacity Issues, California colleges and universities struggling with an increased volume of students
Mar 26, 2020
California Colleges Facing Capacity Issues

California colleges and universities struggling with an increased volume of students. While higher education institutions nationwide are anticipating major drops in enrollment, California is experiencing the opposite issue.  Currently, California colleges and universities are struggling with an increased volume of students.  The demand for California’s higher education system is so high that by 2030 approximately […]

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