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Reich, who is Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy at the University of California-Berkeley, will deliver the opening plenary on July 28 and address the key drivers of change that make higher education more important than ever to our economy and society: globalization, technology, and demographics.
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With a focus on Navigating “Next,” conference sessions will review what's coming next in teaching and learning in a post-PC world, and will prepare education solution providers with the knowledge needed to build the infrastructure, products, and services that schools want or need.
The Historic Norwich University campus is undergoing massive new construction as the academic year comes to a close. Over $41 million will be spent on all of the various projects according to the university.
Two local construction companies have sued the University of Nevada, Reno, claiming violations in January hampered their ability to compete for a $36 million contract to build a new student achievement center.
As edX , Coursera, and Udacity continue to build and launch MOOCs, evidence and opinions are accumulating about how best to use such courses, the experience of learning this way, and possible applications of the evolving technology.
A proposal requiring Texas public universities to administer a standardized test, one that has been the subject of significant national debate, appears to be stalled, but the debate over the assessment appears to be far from over.
Although he is “guardedly optimistic” about budget talks in the Oklahoma Legislature, University of Oklahoma President David Boren painted a dire picture Tuesday of the state's long-term future if lawmakers don't make higher education a funding priority.