College journalists push back on campus reopenings

Dive Brief: Student-run news publications have been among the most vocal critics of colleges’ reopening plans, with several writing scathing editorials deriding administrators’ decisions. One of the first campus publications to earn national attention for an op-ed was The Daily Tar Heel, the newspaper of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The front […]

FG inaugurates 7-member presidential panel on UNILAG crisis

The Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu has inaugurated a seven-member presidential panel to look into the crisis in the school and submit recommendations that would put the school back on course. Adamu, at the inauguration in Abuja on Wednesday, charged members...

Focus on ROI crucial as marketing in higher education steps up

Speaking during a PIE Webinar, a panel of marketing agency specialists and institutions in North America discussed how the coronavirus crisis has encouraged a shift towards alternative models of marketing and forced institutions to start thinking strategically about...

Pitt’s 1st-year students will take anti-Black racism course

Dive Brief:  The University of Pittsburgh is requiring first-year students on two of its campuses to complete a free new course on anti-Black racism. It’s one of several colleges that are adding courses on social injustice in response to a year marked by...