Data from a recent study links certain college majors to higher levels of loan debt, and another report reveals students’ unrealistic salary expectations. These findings could prompt campus administrators to expand career counseling services and publish more extensive employment data.
Students today demand more from the campus spaces where they go to work alone or in groups. And while students might put all kinds of technology on their wish lists for these spaces, there is one feature that’s essential: outlets, lots and lots of outlets.
I just saw a cow on campus! The president of the university is dressed up as Jon Snow from Game of Thrones! Today’s secret ingredient is pomegranate! These are the highlights of special events that campus dining leaders have cooked up in recent years. (See video)
Presenters at this year’s UBTech® conference covered a range of flexible-space strategies, from informal learning spaces to collaborative classroom redesign to professional development that steers instructors toward new teaching approaches.
The so-called SAT adversity score should advance the conversation about eliminating the income and racial inequalities that persist around standardized testing and college admissions. That, says one higher ed access […]
Colleges and universities are investing in developing audio studios to meet the growing demand from career-minded students looking to master the latest studio technology, from the best microphones and mixing consoles to recording software.