University Business

[PODCAST] Maximizing IRA Funding to Improve Campus Facilities and Impact Students

Date & Time: Wednesday, May 1 at 12pm ET

Listen to this UB podcast with an expert in campus emissions reduction to learn how to leverage the Inflation Reduction Act to invest in renewable energy, reduce carbon footprints, attract students, and enhance institutional reputations.

[PODCAST] The Impact of Payments Compliance on Higher Education

Date & Time: Tuesday, March 19 at 12 pm ET

In this conversation, Martha Wilson discusses an overview of the new standard and how the updates and changes affect higher education institutions. Additionally, learn best practices to assess your institution’s present security posture and how to achieve success no matter where you are in your PCI compliance journey.

[PODCAST] Funding Campus Green Energy Projects with Tax Credits from the Inflation Reduction Act

Date & Time: Thursday, March 7 at 12 pm ET

In this podcast, a Tax Principal at CLA and the Associate Vice Chancellor in the Department of Facilities Management & Planning at the University of Denver discuss how the university’s leaders are including clean energy in capital project decisions and utilizing the clean energy tax credits that are now available.

Campus Reimagined: Leading Higher Ed Facilities and Finance into a New Era

Date & Time: Thursday, September 21 at 2 pm ET

Attend this web seminar with two experts in higher ed facilities to learn more about the pressing issues facing facilities and finance leaders today. Hear how leading institutions are adapting to this new cultural environment with innovative approaches in areas including capital strategy, space optimization, campus investment, and deferred capital renewal.

Unlocking the Value of Intercollegiate Athletics: How It Can Support Enrollment Growth, Financial Sustainability, and Student Success

Date & Time: Wednesday, September 13 at 2 pm ET

In this 20-minute UB Ed Talk, Dr. Roger Drake, president of Central Methodist University, and Jim Carr, president and CEO of NAIA, will discuss the increasing value of athletics, and outline some practical insights for unlocking its potential to support enrollment, student success, and financial sustainability.

Leading Digital Transformation: Success Strategies from Higher Ed CIOs

Wednesday, May 10 at 2 pm ET

Attend this webinar to learn from a panel discussion with three CIO leaders as they share their experiences and lessons learned, and outline key strategies, insights and best practices for any institution pursuing digital transformation.

Cybersecurity Roundtable: Defending Against the New Threats in Higher Ed

Thursday, April 27 at 2 pm ET

Attend this webinar with higher education cybersecurity experts from Mandiant and Google Cloud—who are also former FBI cybersecurity special agents—as well as the CISO from Florida International University to learn more about the newest threats facing colleges and universities, and how to develop and maintain an effective security strategy for your institution.

Taking Action Now To Prevent Future Tragedy: A Systematic Approach to Securing Your Campus

Wednesday, April 19 at 2 pm ET

Learn about the "5Ps", a step-by-step approach to developing and implementing measures to secure your campus and keeping students, staff, and visitors safe from active shooters and more. The concept of the “5Ps” presented in this webinar is universally applicable.

Building Resiliency in Higher Ed Cybersecurity Programs

Tuesday, October 11 at 2 pm ET

Join us for a discussion with the University of California as we share ways to build resiliency into your cyber-security program, and move your security from reactive to proactive.

Enhancing Mental Health, Technology and Student Success in Higher Ed

Wednesday, June 15, 2022, at 2 pm ET

In this session, leaders at Ivy Tech Community College and the University of Central Oklahoma as well as subject matter experts in the field will share their perspectives on key insights from recent research on student success, technology, mental health and more, both from the student and the institution leader’s perspectives.

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