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The Fulbright program is designed to facilitate cultural exchange and understanding, and Fulbright’s Group Projects Abroad allow small, focused cohorts of American teachers and scholars to travel and to learn […]
Their form and function may vary, but there’s one trait nearly every president’s residence has in common: It’s much more than just a home. “The residence is a tool,” says […]
As people feel increasingly powerless and frustrated, public humiliation is quickly becoming the weapon of choice to speak truth to power. Publicly challenging campus leadership has always been part of […]
Jonathan Holloway is now provost of Northwestern University. He plans to ensure that the university’s science resources will remain in place despite federal research dollars being at risk. Previously, Holloway […]
“Seasonal lease options have made a dramatic change to the efficiency of campus fleets. Colleges and universities are able to customize the number of vehicles and their lease terms based […]
Working on a campus near the coast with sunny, 70-degree weather year-round is an appealing prospect to many people. It’s also why real estate in Southern California is among the […]
Inspire and be inspired. That has been our hope for readers of University Business’ Models of Excellence program over the past three years. We believe the student success initiatives selected […]
Steven Combs is taking on the role of chancellor at Ivy Tech Community College’s Columbus campus in Indiana as part of a restructuring of campus-level leadership across the system. The […]
Walkways, walls, lecterns, chairs and benches. Hardly rarities on a college campus. But these standard items, when rendered in bronze and granite on a major University of Dayton thoroughfare, carry […]
Wendy Woodward had never worked in a high-tech environment when she accepted a position managing academic technology at Northwestern University. But she believed her corporate experience equipped her with the […]
The words used in job descriptions can affect who applies, research has shown. Terms associated with masculine stereotypes—like aggressive, ambitious and leader—might deter female candidates. Removing these can increase the […]
Women are underrepresented in technology leadership across all industries, making up just 19 percent of CIOs, according to a 2016 analysis by management consulting firm Korn Ferry. In higher education, […]
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