Stories tagged: "Virginia Colleges"

The pandemic is expected to raise rates of suicide nationwide.
A Road to Recovery: Virginia College Helps Veterans Deal with PTSD

WILLIAMSBURG – At the College of William and Mary, there’s no lack of veteran resources.

Virginia Beach Dean Resigns After Facebook Post
University Dean Resigns Over Statements About Voters

VIRGINIA BEACH — A Virginia university dean resigned this week after posting a statement on Facebook.

Dr. Steven Zeichner, part of UVA's team working on a COVID-19 vaccine, warned against speeding up the process for the sake of politics.
A New Plan: William & Mary Students Design Potential COVID-19 Therapy

WILLIAMSBURG- This year, the college of William and Mary will be competing alongside 250 other schools worldwide for a chance to win a prize.

COVID Causes Changes for Schools
How Do You Have Online Classes Without Internet? Education Summit Raises Questions

RICHMOND- When the pandemic hit Virginia, most colleges were right in the middle of the 2019-2020 spring semester.

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Virginia’s New Budget Gives an Extra $116 Million for Universities

Gov. Ralph Northam allocated $116 million Tuesday to help colleges and universities stay open during the pandemic.

COVID Causes Changes for Schools
COVID-19 Causes Virginia Colleges to Go ‘Test Blind’

LEXINGTON-This summer has been a season of tests or lack thereof.