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Matt Zalaznick

Campuses might ramp up career counseling for students considering studies, for example, have found graduating Generation Z students expect to make about $10,000 more than they will actually earn at their first job after college. (Gettyimages.com: monkeybusinessimages)
Principal members of all student organizations at UC San Diego—sororities and fraternities, volunteer clubs, and other groups—are required to take a civility training course called “The Art of Inclusive Communication.” (Photo: UC San Diego Center for Student Involvement)
HBCUs enroll and graduate one-quarter of all black college students in the states in which the institutions operate, a new United Negro College Fund report says.
HBCUs tend to enroll and graduate an outsize number of African American students in the states in which they are located.
Elon University and its chef host five-course, farm-to-table dinner each month on campus. A small group of students is invited to enjoy a tasting menu.
UBTech attendees participate in a role-playing exercise as a classroom improvement committee designing active-learning spaces.
Kyle Bowen, director of education technology at The Pennsylvania State University, tells UB Tech conference attendees how classroom design accommodates more active approaches to teaching and learning.
Since Trinity University began using The College Board’s Environmental Context Dashboard—which some call the SAT adversity score—leaders of the Texas liberal arts institution say they have enrolled two of its most diverse and academically accomplished classes.
The use of mobile technology in education can improve learning. At California State University, Fresno, the DISCOVERe mobile technology initiative has increased student engagement.
To prevent plagiarism and other types of academic dishonesty, colleges and universities can work with technology that analyzes writing styles and verifies identities.
At the University of West Georgia, The campus counseling center is combating the prevalence of depression in college students through a series of #UWGSpeaks videos.
Food waste
LEADING THE CHARGE—University of North Dakota President Mark Kennedy (front, right) leverages his corporate and congressional careers in managing a major employer and sustaining political and community support for the university.
Purdue University students streaming Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, HBO and and other popular sites were sucking up bandwidth needed for academic purposes.