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University Business and Workday partnered to develop and deploy a survey of higher education leaders from campuses around the country in June 2020, asking them how their core operational systems […]
A new Center for Community College Student Engagement report offers the first national baseline data on student and faculty perceptions of guided pathways practices. Here’s what researchers learned and why the pandemic has made such practices even more important.
University Business Web Seminar Wondering how to go about choosing the best enterprise solution to upgrade your institution? What about implementation? And how can you know which ones are right […]
College and university campuses that are opening are operating very differently this semester, as institutions adapt to the many impacts of COVID-19. University Business recently conducted a survey about facilities […]
The 2021 U.S. News and World Report annual rankings adjust for key factors affecting students during COVID-19, but many of the elite universities still stay near the top
Emerging Leaders Science Scholars program features financial support for studying abroad, internships, summer courses and faculty mentoring.
Rutgers researchers surveyed students for their perspective of remote leaning. Here’s how faculty can improve it and university leaders can support such efforts.
The continued uncertainty of the pandemic and other factors have strengthened the need for interim campus leaders this academic year.
R.A.s, graduate student employees and some student dining staff at the University of Michigan have gone on strike over COVID safety precautions.
Ensuring that emergency alerts reach college faculty, staff and especially students is essential to keeping campuses safe
Software engineering degree programs are growing steadily while the more Black and Hispanic students are enrolling in some areas of computer science, an annual higher ed study has found.
Colleges and universities must follow a new "free inquiry and religious liberty" rule to continue to qualify for U.S. Department of Education grants, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced Wednesday.
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