Pace University, M. Political Science, Florida State University. Bunch earned her B. In this role, Dr. Bunch was tasked with a host of projects including policy analysis, compilation of extensive data collection, coding, modeling, and assessment of state issues ranging from finance to institutional conflict and cooperation. Her research primarily falls within the fields of American Politics and Public Policy, with particular interests in state and local relations, federalism, hierarchical dilemmas, political media, motivation and reasoning. On the undergraduate level, she has taught courses in American national government, media and politics, as well as state and local politics and policies. Bunch also teaches extensively in the Masters in Public Administration Program at South, and her graduate courses include intergovernmental relations, public budgeting, state and local politics, organization and behavior, media and public relations, as well as health policy concentration coursework.
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Senator Lamar Alexander, a Tennessee Republican, asked Fauci to look three months down the road, where he said there will be 5, campuses nationwide welcoming back 20 million college students, and , public schools welcoming 50 million students. Fauci had noted in his opening remarks that there are eight vaccine candidates in development, and that he hopes to have a vaccine in advanced trials by late fall or early winter. The questioning Tuesday came as universities are under increasing pressure to offer some understanding of what the fall semester could look like amid the pandemic. On Tuesday, the chancellor of California State University said that classes at its 23 campuses would take place almost exclusively online, according to media reports. And in late April, Harvard University officials said that the school is preparing for many, if not all, of its classes to be delivered remotely when the fall semester starts in early September, an acknowledgment that it may be unsafe for students to immediately return to campus. The Ivy League school briefly considered delaying the start of the academic year until spring , but ultimately rejected that idea. Colleges and universities have made do in recent weeks with video conference calls and pretaped lectures, but that is unlikely to satisfy students or families who are footing significant tuition bills, if it continues into the fall. Already students across the country have filed class-action lawsuits against more than two dozen institutions, including Boston University, Northeastern, Brown, and the University of California Berkeley, demanding tuition refunds because of what they say is the inferior quality of online education. Meanwhile, locally, the number of private colleges and universities in New England at risk of closing or merging has doubled amid the pandemic, according to a report by Edmit, a Boston-based college advising company.
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