Blog: Confessions of a Community College Dean  I don’t know yet how serious the Omicron variant will be -- to my ears, it sounds like a Transformer cartoon from the 80’s -- but the simple existence…

Photo: cmannphoto/iStock / Getty Images Plus/Getty Images Pest management professionals (PMPs) have faced obstacles during the global pandemic. This unprecedented event has had an impact on how pest control companies do business, particularly when it…

For years, activists, educators and legislators have been focusing on opening the doors of higher education institutions to students from underserved communities. But few resources have been allocated to helping students complete their degrees. This…

Last summer, colleges and universities across the country sought to plan for the fall semester and make decisions about teaching and student life. An animating force behind all the conversations and strategy sessions was the…

For too long, colleges and universities have waited for students with disabilities to request accommodations before deciding to remove barriers to access and full participation that existed all along. Higher education’s response to the COVID-19…

Image: Thomas LeBlanc, the president of George Washington University in Washington, D.C., announced plans Tuesday to retire after the upcoming academic year, placing an end date on an often-criticized tenure marked by discord with faculty members and…

Blog: Call to Action: Marketing and Communications in Higher EducationEveryone remembers the first time they saw a classic film. Maybe Star Wars (I was 8 and wide-eyed), Jurassic Park (I was a young admissions counselor) or…