Since the coronavirus pandemic started in March, I've photographed a handful of stories for the Chronicle of Higher Education about how faculty, students, and institutions, were affected by the global health emergency and how they've responded. From Harvard's student moveout in March to grad students unable to continue their research to professors trying to figure out how to manage teaching fully online or in person when a school forces them to do so, it's been interesting to talk with all of these people about how the academic world has been upended.

Thanks, as always, to Rose and Erica for the assignments.

Harvard moveout at the beginning of the pandemic

Graduate research stopped by pandemic quarantine orders

Boston University faculty and students protest reopening plan

Portraits of college professor teaching from home

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