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The “perfect storm” of a weak economy, the expansion of for-profit schools and greater competition for fewer students has forced many colleges to become more strategic about their survival, and […]
Hispanic community leader Juan Salgado has been appointed chancellor of the City Colleges of Chicago. A recipient of a MacArthur Foundation “genius” fellowship, he leads Instituto del Progreso Latino, a […]
The rancorous 2016 election and this year’s transition to a new presidential administration makes one thing clear: We are suffering from a national shortage of empathy. The difficulty we seem […]
Now more than ever, enrollment leadership requires a coordinated campus team to respond to emerging internal challenges as well as shifting external forces. One college president likened the job of […]
We hear a lot about communication and collaboration technology in the classroom, but higher ed administrators are using apps and platforms behind the scenes as well—to help create efficiencies, increase […]
Barry Mills has been appointed deputy chancellor and chief operating officer of the University of Massachusetts Boston. He will oversee the academic and research programs and campus operations, as well […]
While the gender-related pay gap in higher education has gotten only marginally smaller in the last few years, women’s salaries still lag behind those for men. And while there are […]
Ask one of our UB readers what segment of American higher education has experienced the most growth over the past 50 years and they will tell you Community and Technical […]
In response to the White House’s Executive Order titled “Protecting the Nation from Terrorist Entry into the United States,” we as leaders at colleges and universities have had to take […]
Director of media relations used to be a title with a fairly straightforward and obvious list of responsibilities: Pitch items of interest to newspapers and broadcast outlets; respond to requests […]
“In God we trust. All others must bring data.” —W. Edwards Deming Baby boomers look back nostalgically on the 1960s, some marching in the ranks of a war on the […]
Talk about awkward. It was July 1, and the moving vans had just rolled onto campus with the new president and his family. There was just one problem: the outgoing […]
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