In early July, the College will resume teaching the Winter 2020 classes that had to be postponed because they could not be moved online. President Kavalhuna describes the College's safety measures and emphasizes teamwork to keep everyone safe.
Screening requirements to come on campus for classes this summer
A limited number of students and faculty return in July to resume face-to-face classes that could not be offered online and had to be postponed in Winter 2020. Here is what to do and what to expect.
Economics professor’s blog takes on economics and current events
Author and professor Bill Barber’s new blog discusses current events, economics, and democracy. Comments welcomed!
HFC Analyst Eileen Brennan addresses pandemic’s effects on higher ed
Brennan's article for the Institute for Effectiveness in Higher Education discusses higher education in the wake of the pandemic, including responsibilities, accountability, and offerings.
Computer Science instructor will help grow the field via new state post
Jason Canfield has been elected to a state board that helps advance computer science in the classroom and the workforce.
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