COVID-19 radically shifted the way we work and learn. It presented an opportunity for institutions to rethink the future of higher education. But, what does this future look like?
Post-pandemic pressures are compounding stresses cities were already facing, leading to the hollowing out of some American cities.
Adapting post-secondary education through technological, social and cultural shifts depends on paying attention to healthy connection, social justice and amplifying what’s now going well.
If post-secondary institutions want to continue to play a key role in innovation and entrepreneurship, they must transform for the better.
All of the 39 countries human rights experts tracked in 2020 experienced a decline in human rights. It’s not yet clear whether countries will quickly bounce back as the pandemic eases.
None of our authors can see the future, but many do have expertise that offers insights about what’s reasonable to expect.
If COVID symptoms are less severe, people with the Omicron variant may be less likely to test and isolate.
Some viruses go extinct, while others stick around. The virus that causes COVID-19 seems likely to remain with us for the long term.
Ready to party post-pandemic, but at the same time feeling shy? Here’s how social isolation affects the brain – and what research suggests about the effects of resocialization.
A doctor offers tips on how to safely get exercise, sleep and drinking habits back into shape as the pandemic wanes.
After more than a year of idealizing life without COVID-19, people are starting to reenter ‘normal’ life. Clinical psychology provides guidance on how to prepare for your post-pandemic reboot.
A century ago, the end of the 1918 flu pandemic was followed by a period of prosperity, cultural flourishing and social change known as the Roaring ‘20s. Will the end of COVID-19 launch a similar era?
Americans were tired of social distancing and mask-wearing. At the first hint the virus was receding, people pushed to get life back to normal. Unfortunately another surge of the disease followed.
Leading minds in behavioural and social sciences share perspectives on changes ahead and give advice how to make it through the pandemic.
New bike lanes are a good idea for health and air quality, but the convenience of car travel for most journeys will remain.
Political and economic power-holders will strive for a return to pre-pandemic ‘normality’.