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The Coronavirus Threatens to Upend Higher Ed. Here Are the Latest Developments.

By Chronicle of Higher Education Staff

03/05/2020

The Coronavirus Threatens to Upend Higher Ed. Here Are the Latest Developments.
Last updated (3/4/2020, 5:38 p.m.) with news of more suspensions of international travel, new guidelines from a campus health association, and reverberations in college athletics, among other things.

The novel coronavirus and Covid-19, the disease it causes, are becoming a public-health threat across the world, fueling fears of a possible pandemic.

As more cases are reported, colleges are re-evaluating their study-abroad programs, moving courses online, and taking other preventive measures. Meanwhile, some academic associations are canceling their conferences.

We’ve compiled what you need to know — to be updated regularly — on the virus’s spread and its implications for higher ed... Read on




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