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University budget challenges after COVID19 Coronavirus

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Article jsonline.com

UW System calls for academic cuts, layoffs, online advances to survive post-pandemic world - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel


UW System President Ray Cross said there was no "magic number" he was hoping to reach in terms of cuts or cost savings.

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6 ways a drop in international students could set back US higher education - The Conversation


If fewer students from other countries enroll in US colleges and universities this fall due to COVID-19, the effects would be felt well beyond the campus, an expert warns.

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UConn historic budget deficit requires broad cuts - courant.com


As UConn faces the largest budget deficit in the university’s history, university President Thomas Katsouleas announced proposed athletic program cuts during a teleconference bo...

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Post Corona: Higher Ed, Part Deux - No Mercy / No Malice | Professor Scott Galloway


6-min read Our nation’s superpower is optimism. We invest in crazy ideas and believe anybody can be ...

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Article insidehighered.com

Budget 'Bloodbath' at University of Akron


Governing board votes to eliminate 97 full-time faculty positions. The cuts will take effect starting in two weeks. The university is in the process of notifying affected pro...

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Has COVID-19 really dented international students’ university plans?


News and business analysis for Professionals in International Education

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20% Of Harvard’s First-Year Class Has Deferred - Forbes


With 20% of Harvard's first-year class deferring this fall, it raises questions and opportunities for higher education's future.

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College Fails : Planet Money - NPR.org


The pandemic is transforming college from a can't-miss into a can't-attend experience. Can colleges survive? | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here.

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