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AI has the potential to revolutionize higher education leadership by uncovering new data insights, automating processes, and identifying new ways of supporting student success. Read this report from Oracle to […]
For many institutions, the HR department could have a more strategic leadership role. Digital transformation can be a practical catalyst to drive this change, but the elevation of HR is […]
In this brief video, the V.P. of international operations & IT at Rice University discusses how the institution is moving to the cloud to improve efficiency, gain agility and reduce […]
A cloud-based digital transformation can particularly benefit college and university HR departments, by not only helping to transform HR into a more strategic role, but just as importantly, by positioning […]
The combination of increased competition for students, changing student needs and an unpredictable regulatory environment can create a complex and challenging environment for financial aid. But student financial aid doesn’t […]
Student retention is particularly challenging for community colleges, which often struggle to meet the needs of many types of learners. Community colleges can’t always afford the technology platforms that would […]
As part of an initiative to improve student success, retention and graduation rates, and to comply with a new state mandate tying funding to positive student outcomes, Lone Star College […]
In this video, the executive director of Financial Information Systems at the University of Pittsburgh describes how the university modernized its human capital management, financial and analytic business processes to […]
As a leader in higher education, perhaps you’re already taking a hard look at your on-premises ERP system. If you aren’t, you should be. It may be holding your institution […]
Lunchtime yoga has just ended in the Chill Room, which is carpeted with AstroTurf and furnished with beach, beanbag and Adirondack chairs, a hammock, a playful mural of the city […]
The next Dean will have the extraordinary opportunity to shape the future of business education by leading the only highly ranked, AACSB-accredited, undergraduate business school within a top-ranked liberal arts […]
As president of the University of Central Florida, I spend considerable time talking to fans about our undefeated football team and where the Knights land in national rankings (eight in […]
Baylor University officials are urging the Texas Legislature to reverse cuts to a state program that has helped lower-income and first-generation students afford higher education at private schools. The school’s […]
The amount of capital investment dedicated to existing campus facilities by North American colleges and universities reached an 11-year high in 2017, according to a new report from Sightlines, a […]
Gov. Doug Burgum’s budget proposal appears to invest an additional $90 million for higher education in North Dakota — but earlier cuts still leave the state’s university system wanting for […]
College students are far more likely than others to develop a rare, but potentially deadly, type of bacterial infection, a new study shows. Students between the ages of 18 and […]
Faculty for the two schools in the Yosemite Community College District should be given an overall salary increase of 8 percent, according to the state mediator working to end an […]
Bryce Nelson, a marketing major at the University of Central Florida, had a full class schedule and worked 35 to 40 hours a week at jobs on and off campus, […]
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