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Thomas S. Hibbs will be the first alum to lead Dallas’ Roman Catholic university.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says the state bond proposal is a way to invest in better schools from kindergarten through college as well as to improve other critical infrastructure.
Mark Thompson will lead Boston’s Wentworth Institute after serving for 21 years as an executive at Connecticut’s Quinnipiac University.
Columbia International University President Mark Smith is on track to become a member of South Carolina’s higher ed oversight body, representing the state’s 23 private colleges.
Philip A. Glotzbach, Skidmore’s seventh president, will leave his post at the end of the 2019-20 academic year.
A new report from The Institute for College Access & Success proposes ways to standardize the gathering of more accurate graduate employment data.
Careful preparation, uniform reporting procedures and experienced counsel can help leaders navigate particularly sensitive situations.
How Gulf Coast State paid out $800,000 for emergency building repairs after Hurricane Michael.
Brian Klaas, senior web systems designer at John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, knows successfully flipping a classroom requires a custom process for each instructor. Klaas will share his […]
The need for a strong social media presence for universities and colleges continues to grow with each passing semester. Unfortunately, budget sheets don’t always recognize the resources necessary to maintain […]
The blended classroom is no longer the exception, with the majority of universities integrating online learning into nearly every department. Despite the whirlwind innovations in online pedagogy, there has been […]
Technology continues to change the way learning and assessment are conducted in higher education. As the methods of learning are digitized, assessment must follow—but, not surprisingly, faculty using new testing […]
The controversy over campus officials’ handling of sexual assault complaints may have reached a tipping point in May when the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights released a […]
For today’s college students, on-the-go lifestyles present a challenge when it comes to finding time to eat, and, more specifically, eat well. In 2010, when Adriana Marie Reyes of The […]
Proposed revisions to the Clery Act aim to give colleges and universities a more clear, centralized set of regulations to prevent and investigate sexual assault on campus. The amendments focus […]
A recent Boston Globe investigative series sparked national scrutiny of neighborhoods where some of the city’s college students are reportedly living in crowded, unsafe conditions. The allegations spawned a number […]
Despite technology’s critical role in higher ed, there remains a gap between central IT and the rest of campus that can lead to unnecessary spending. Recent findings of a MeriTalk […]
Subsidies for public higher ed institutions are the lowest in a decade—and for the first time, students are paying, on average, half or more of their tuition’s cost. Those are […]
Colleges and universities across the country are poised to lose more than credibility if they don’t comply with sexual assault regulations and policies. At Dartmouth University’s national sexual assault summit […]
The American higher education system still holds a global appeal, attracting nearly 1 million international students as of July, and more than one-third of these students are traveling stateside to […]
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