Mikey Williams dribbles through a crowd during the Pangos All-American Camp on June 2, 2019 at Cerritos College in Norwalk, CA.
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When Mikey Williams, one of the nation's top high school basketball players, announced that he was thinking about going to a historically black college, the college basketball world paid attention.
Professors overseas can teach US students about perspectives in other countries.
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In a world beset by a global pandemic, colleges and universities may have to find a way for US students to study abroad without ever leaving American soil.
Fewer students from abroad expected to study in the U.S.
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If fewer students from other countries enroll in US colleges and universities this fall due to COVID-19, the effects would be felt well beyond the campus, an expert warns.
Taking a break from college gives students a chance to de-stress.
The COVID-19 pandemic has many students thinking about forgoing a year of college. A gap year specialist says many benefits flow from taking the academic break.
Only some campus workers get to keep their jobs.
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COVID-19 has hit college and universities particularly hard, but do 'nonessential' employees have to suffer?
Research the career paths of those who have the job you want.
Trying to land your dream job during the COVID-19 pandemic may be a daunting challenge. Two university-based job coaches offer insights on how to think more long-term.
Colleges and universities may now use a higher burden of proof.
Sexual harassment could be harder to prove under new regulations released by the Education Department.
Goggles let students visit college campuses without having to travel.
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Touring a college in person may be out of the question for a while due to COVID-19. Can virtual reality tours fill the void?
Football glory costs money.
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Much more than trophies are at stake when colleges recruit football players.
Stay-at-home orders and job cuts are putting family relationships to the test.
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Before you nag your college-age child to pull their own weight, consider the circumstances they face during the COVID-19 pandemic, advises the author of a book on college students.
Members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) , 1964.
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The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, or SNCC, traces its lineage to students who learned from a 'second curriculum' at historically black colleges and universities, a historian recounts.
Many students scammed by for-profit colleges are still looking for student loan relief.
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For-profit colleges have a history of deceptive practices that have left thousands of students in the lurch, two higher education scholars warn.
Breaking down big projects into smaller tasks helps.
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Organization is key for students to discover the motivation needed to complete their studies online at home, an expert on college coursework says.
Schools may compete more aggressively for students.
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Colleges will likely offer bigger financial aid packages to compete for students amid the uncertainty of the COVID-19 outbreak, a former admissions officer says.
Eye contact gets warped in the virtual world.
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An educational technology scholar illuminates some of odd feelings people experience when they communicate through cameras on the web.
Jobs could be hard to keep or find for quite a while.
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The economic fallout from COVID-19 will likely harm new workers in distinct ways with long-term effects, three economists say.
Tight finances have long beset HBCUs.
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Without government intervention, three experts warn, HBCUs will have a difficult time bouncing back from the effects of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Advanced degrees pay off in the job market.
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A new survey shows that people with advanced degrees make more money starting out on the same jobs as those with just bachelor's degrees. But there's more to the story, two sociologists note.
Some victims say their reports drew retaliation.
A researcher takes a closer look at an online compilation of sexual harassment reports on campus.
It’s hard to make this shift on short notice.
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An online education expert explains the challenges schools will face as they go virtual.