Presenters at this year’s UB Tech 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.
The Timothy J. Piazza Center for Fraternity and Sorority Research and Reform at Penn State provides yet another example of the higher ed community’s push to eliminate hazing, sexual assault and other dangerous behaviors at fraternities and sororities.
The University of Wisconsin’s all-you-can-learn, competency-based flex program—designed for adult students—started in January. Students can pay $2,250 for a three-month, all-you-can-learn subscription, or just $900 to work on a single […]