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The Arizona Constitution is clear—public schools will be free and universities will be as close to free as possible. It is also clear in the Constitution that the state will use tax revenue to support the universities and to maintain them.
How a challenge gift from High Point University helped in the campaign to save a college.
Before becoming president of High Point University in North Carolina in 2005, Nido Qubein was a successful businessman, professional speaker and author known for engaging audiences with topics such as […]
he proposal to rehabilitate much of the Navy Hill neighborhood is transformative and will benefit the city’s workforce, our students, and residents seeking new opportunity.
VCU fully supports this project because we recognize that the progress of Virginia Commonwealth University, VCU Health, and the city of Richmond are inextricably linked.
In a time of greater political pressure to enhance college access, one campus leader from a small institution expressed “grave concerns about the willingness of society to continue, let alone […]
It’s time for more of corporate America to embrace what neurodiversity can bring to the workforce, and to experience how those who learn differently can benefit their organizations.
Campus finance leaders have concerns over the financial status quo. Here are results of UB's Outlook 2019 survey of college and university finance administrators.
Fourteen years ago, Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE) directors Tommy Darwin and I published a chapter entitled, “Crisis as Opportunity: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Productivity in Higher Education.” My argument here is […]
High Point University President Nido Qubein is known for engaging audiences on topics such as leadership, human development, peak performance and personal success. Here, he previews the themes of his upcoming keynote address for UBTech 2019 in Orlando, Fla.
Education played a key role in state and federal congressional races, and placed second among issues promoted in gubernatorial campaign ads. Twenty new governors took seats from incumbents, while Democrats […]
Should business schools cater to the desires of the business world and deliver graduates that perform in line with the needs out there? Or should they each meet improved and […]
Campuses, like businesses, are feeling the effects of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings. Some prefer to call them another example of the power of the #MeToo movement. Whatever […]
This is the second in a trilogy of commentaries on rising Early College Stars. Our focus this month highlights successful Early College best practice case studies that optimize Early College […]
A large majority of student government presidents say they have a role in campus decision-making, though just more than half feel “very influential,” according to the first annual “Student Voice […]
The “Student Voice Index” report by the National Campus Leadership Council outlines how student leaders rate their roles in decision-making. LINK TO MAIN ARTICLE: Amplifying the voices of college student government leaders
Who is today’s college student? A new student is emerging. Fewer than half of today’s students fit into the 18- to 22-year-old demographic—now they are 18 to 80. Many students […]
With the landscape of higher education rapidly changing, it is crucial that institutions are able to compete for top faculty, staff and leadership, who are not only talented people with […]
The wreckage left behind by super storms is motivating students to contribute more than money. Philanthropic and community initiatives give students the chance to gain credits along with invaluable experience. […]
Who: 200 CUNY students chosen for the program, divided into eight cohorts Where: One of three nonprofits, based in San Juan, Orocovis or Barranquitas When: Two five-day workweeks from June to […]
Across the country, news feeds have been filled with accounts of individuals calling out those who have harmed others. Consider the callouts of Harvey Weinstein, Bill Cosby, Al Franken and […]