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Congress Lifted the Pell Grant Ban for Incarcerated People. What Now?

By Ruth Delany and Allan Wachendorfer In December 2020, Congress lifted a 26-year ban on Pell


Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

U of California and Cal State Systems to Require Vaccines for All April 23, 6:20 a.m.


How Nonviolent Communication Can Help Adults Better Understand Students’ Needs

All of our needs matter, Rosenberg taught. It’s this concept—and the strategies I’ve learned for how


Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

The following is the second part in a series of posts focused on mothers working in


Why Adolescence Matters in Preventing Substance Abuse

At this stage of brain development, adolescents are wired to crave risk, new experiences, social acceptance,


CUPA-HR Faculty Survey Captures Impact of COVID-19

Title: CUPA-HR 2021 Faculty in Higher Education Annual Report Author: Jacqueline Bichsel, Melissa Fuesting, Sarah Nadel-Hawthorne,


Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

More Colleges Require Vaccines for Students April 19, 6:20 a.m. Three more colleges have decided to


Dispatches From Quarantine: How Young People Are Documenting History

Zapruder’s interest behind documenting adolescence is simple: it’s fleeting. “It goes so fast and once it’s


NASEM Report on Supporting Student Mental Health and Well-being

Title: The Role of Faculty in Student Mental Health Source: Boston University School of Public Health, the


Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

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