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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 […]
In years past, the general counsel, director of athletics, and compliance officer at a college or university could manage legal risks by focusing all efforts on avoiding NCAA violations and […]
When Cathy Stickney first arrived in Northbridge as the superintendent of Public Schools, she was that candidate whose eyes were wide open. After all, Stickney knew going in that the Northbridge […]
Chancellor Dan Arvizu and President John Floros began their new roles at New Mexico State University in August, a move that marks the creation of the two positions to replace […]
Insurance carriers working in the higher education space are taking a keen interest in understanding and evaluating how colleges and universities manage brain injury risk in collegiate sports. Almost all […]
For Gonzaga University, like many organizations, the move to the cloud was born out of need. One of this small institution’s claims to fame is its stellar men’s basketball team. […]
Colleges and universities have long been the place for examining the most complicated societal issues of the day. But the ability of these institutions to play host to civil dialogue […]
In the July 2018 issue of UB, Richard L. Riccardi, senior associate provost and dean of libraries at Rider University in New Jersey, writes that “institutions have begun to see a […]
Job candidates have questions they never ask during interviews. Is this an ethical school? Will I agree with its direction? Will I like my colleagues? Some recruiters tightly script the interview […]
There are times when we could all use a fresh start. Scott Cowen was given that opportunity in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, as the then-president of Tulane […]
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