Covid-19 and Human Wastewater

A relatively old technology is being used to help solve a novel problem: SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2). The...  More

Clean Air and the Implementation of New Safety Policies at Campus-Based Residence Halls

Because Covid-19 is an airborne contagion, we have been compelled to think more carefully than ever about the air we breathe and how best...  More

COVID-19 & the Safe Re-Opening of Fitness & Rec Centers

Social and behavioral scientists use the phrase “mass trauma” to describe a potentially life-threatening event that affects not only...  More

Returning to Campus

Private colleges and universities convened task forces in the spring to study the novel coronavirus and present plans to keep campus health...  More

Touchless Technologies

During pre-production of the 2002 neo-noir film Minority Report, director Steven Spielberg invited fifteen experts to think about...  More

The World Has Changed. We Are Changing in Response.

When we started Flaherty Media in 2012, I knew nothing about the business of magazines. My professional life had been devoted to education...  More

Virtual Activities and Programming: Student Life Centers Adapt to Social Distancing

Humans have an amazing capacity to adapt, and current technology is a tool being used for just that--adapting to social distancing.   More

Remote Work and Campus Network Security

I enjoy sitting on my front porch with my laptop while doing research, especially in the spring and fall. Much of my dissertation was...  More

Protecting Our Campuses in a Post-Pandemic World

Here's what we know, but perhaps as valuable, also what we feel: The outbreak of the novel coronavirus has changed the world. It is a...  More

Online Teaching & Learning: The New Normal (For a While)

As a result of the highly contagious and novel coronavirus, COVID-19, colleges and universities have been forced to move all classes to an...  More