Food Banks on Campus
Posted by Association of American Colleges and Universities on March 23, 2021
Amid the pandemic, nearly six in ten students lack basic needs. Students enduring hunger are twice as likely to fail out. More than seven hundred campuses have food banks—but are colleges and universities doing enough? This issue takes a look at establishing campus food banks and their role during and after the pandemic.
Also in this issue: Two policy experts offer their thoughts and assessments about higher education under the Biden administration. Clemson University looks back to move forward on intercultural communication efforts. Faculty deploy a curriculum to combat misinformation. Students learn to map environmental racism. And one solution for tackling student cheating? Rethink assignments.
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- New Issue of Liberal Education Magazine
- The Paradigm Project: A Call for Radical Renewal of Higher Education
- Civic and Community Engagement Benefits Topical Briefs
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