By expanding their role to lead all aspects of planning and resource allocation, today’s chief financial officers can serve as catalysts for collaboration among many constituencies that have traditionally operated in silos, says Christopher Fevola, CFO and university treasurer at Long Island University in New York.
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.
Higher ed institutions are considering blockchain to verify academic credentials. Steps to adoption involve understanding the work required to make the switch, how the technology will improve service for students seeking academic records, and how it could disrupt the office of the registrar’s status quo.
Higher ed institutions in Michigan, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Hawaii and Pennsylvania will deploy new systems to help manage study abroad programs, stream live events, save energy, handle electronic resources and more.