Marybeth Luczak

Admissions ethics code now allows ‘student poaching’

Enrollment management officers nationwide may be considering more aggressive tactics to sign on new students as well as defensive ones to retain current students, under the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s revised Code of Ethics and Professional Practices.

Fullstack Academy expands partnership with University of San Diego as region is poised to lead tech growth nationally

The new University of San Diego Coding Bootcamp, offered through a partnership with Fullstack Academy, will provide students with the training and network opportunities they need for in-demand skilled technology jobs in as few as 12 weeks.

3D pharmaceutical printing is the focus of Aprecia-Purdue partnership

To advance the technology and science of 3D pharmaceutical printing, Purdue University's College of Pharmacy and Aprecia Pharmaceuticals LLC are launching a comprehensive collaboration on future three-dimensionally printed pharmaceutical equipment and medications.

Grant from Kroger supporting UHD food market’s goal of feeding student success

The University of Houston-Downtown’s Food for Change Market serves UHD students by providing them with up to 40 pounds of groceries weekly. A $15,000 grant from the Kroger grocery chain has allowed the market to double its student staff, increase its hours of operation and serve even more Gators.

CampusTech launches Campuswire Pro in beta

The Pro version of the course communication tool †‹includes a new active learning feature to replace tools such as iClicker, TopHat and Poll Everywhere, as well as a video office hours tool that professors can use to replace or supplement in-person office hours and host live review sessions.

Education’s shift to cloud spurs Softdocs’ growth

Softdocs, a provider of enterprise content management and print customization solutions, announced that continued momentum in cloud-based ECM is sustaining the company’s continued growth within the higher education and K-12 markets. 

Gale launches second installment of Women’s Studies Archive series

Women’s Studies Archive: Voice and Vision looks beyond women’s suffrage and explores the evolution of feminism from 1780-2000. This new archive brings more female voices to the forefront, critical for scholars working in women’s history, gender studies and social history. 

Why it’s time to dip into IT self-service management

Centralizing service with 24/7 accessibility at Lone Star College is the focus of this UB Tech® IT session.

University of Wyoming reboots student-athlete success initiative

Previously recognized by University Business in its Models of Excellence program, the Excellence at 7220 leadership development program for student-athletes at the University of Wyoming is continuing on a growth path.

UB op-ed: Future Shock: What’s behind institutional closings?

Thirty years ago, some of us predicted that mutual growth mergers would become a prominent megatrend in the higher education industry. Instead, we witnessed a broad range of institutions that faced impending liquidation.

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