Education Department not budging on colleges' pleas for more pandemic relief
While education leaders maintain COVID-19 is creating very real hardships for institutions, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos claims her data disagrees.
Carnegie Mellon using Facebook to collect COVID-19 data
Researchers have collected more than 13 million survey responses, which have been used to help inform public authorities' responses to the pandemic.
U. Arizona partners with Navy on online classes for service members
The new partnership will give sailors, marines and coast guardsmen the opportunity to complete coursework in intelligence and applied computing.
Florida International University launches cybersecurity apprenticeships
The new program will give students on-the-job cybersecurity training and aims to address the cybersecurity workforce shortage.
New U. Texas tool predicts how many infected will show up to school
The predictive model uses county-level health data to show how many infected people are likely to show up at schools anywhere in the United States.
COVID-19 resurgence forces colleges to change reopening plans yet again
Record breaking infection rates and expected holiday travel have forced colleges and universities to reevaluate their plans to resume in-person activity.