Metropolitan Univ. Journal: COVID-19 – Innovations through Crises

Posted by Metropolitan Universities journal on February 22, 2022

Metropolitan Universities journal, Vol. 32 No. 3 (2022), COVID-19—Innovations through Crises is now available.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to unfold, urban institutions face dynamic demands ranging from internal challenges and needs to serving as an anchor and providing critical support to our communities. We now are beginning to look towards a COVID-19-transformed reality, and developing plans and initiatives to help our campuses and communities recover and re-engage their constituents. This moment has created a window for innovation and rethinking how we work and what we can do. Importantly, it allows us to re-examine and express why urban institutions are crucial now and in the future.

  • Pandemic Pivots in Teacher Education: Creating and Sustaining the New Normal, Christopher Clinton, Maureen Hall
  • Can COVID-19 Reopening Plans Mitigate Cycles of Residential Displacement?, Shawnna Thomas-EL
  • All That You Can’t Leave Behind – Essential Post-COVID Technology and Pedagogy, Maynard Schaus, Susan Larkin, Denise Wilkinson
  • How Peer Mentoring Can Help Universities Promote Student Success in a Post-COVID19 Pandemic World, Peter Collier
  • A Collaborative Approach to COVID-19 Planning at a Regional Public University,  Jeffrey J. Malanson
  • Landing the Class An Analysis of Innovative Enrollment Strategy and Leadership during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Delonte LeFlore, Aleque Novesl, Everrett Smith
  • University-Community Engagement during a Pandemic Moving Beyond “Helping” to Public Problem Solving, Mary Ohmer, Carrie Finkelstein, Lina Dostilio, Aliya Durham, Alicia Melnick
  • Empowering those who seek to end hunger through collaboration and data science innovation, Jen-Li Ko, Jeff Joslyn, Ganhua Lu, Jason Palmer, Malcolm Charles, Marita Stapleton, Aishwarya Sanganalu Mattha, Bob Parsons, Ron Tatum, Carey Redmann; Hongkun Yu, Allen Moy; Walter Bialkowski

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