Jul 27, 2020
Hosts Jon Turk and Sarah Spreitzer discuss the next round of COVID funding coming out of Congress and what that might mean for higher ed and its students. Also, (6:50) they talk with Lamar Hylton about his experience as the newly appointed vice president for student affairs at Kent State University and how his institution is preparing for a very unique and challenging fall semester.
Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:
From the Introduction:
Trump Administration Withdraws
Directive Banning International Students
Letter to DHS Following up on ICE
Directive and FAQ
From Conversation with Lamar Hylton:
Lamar Hylton Bio
Reopening Kent State
Flashes Safe Seven Safety
Pulse Point Survey of College
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Jon Turk is the associate director for research at ACE. In this role, he conducts original research on a number of topics, including student success and completion, organizational change, and higher education policy.
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