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As part of an initiative to improve student success, retention and graduation rates, and to comply with a new state mandate tying funding to positive student outcomes, Lone Star College […]
In this video, the executive director of Financial Information Systems at the University of Pittsburgh describes how the university modernized its human capital management, financial and analytic business processes to […]
Student retention is particularly challenging for community colleges, which often struggle to meet the needs of many types of learners. Community colleges can’t always afford the technology platforms that would […]
A cloud-based digital transformation can particularly benefit college and university HR departments, by not only helping to transform HR into a more strategic role, but just as importantly, by positioning […]
AI has the potential to revolutionize higher education leadership by uncovering new data insights, automating processes, and identifying new ways of supporting student success. Read this report from Oracle to […]
For many institutions, the HR department could have a more strategic leadership role. Digital transformation can be a practical catalyst to drive this change, but the elevation of HR is […]
In this brief video, the V.P. of international operations & IT at Rice University discusses how the institution is moving to the cloud to improve efficiency, gain agility and reduce […]
As a leader in higher education, perhaps you’re already taking a hard look at your on-premises ERP system. If you aren’t, you should be. It may be holding your institution […]
David Cho, previously of BlackRock, is now chief procurement officer of the University of Massachusetts and leading its new shared services initiative.
Here are five partnerships where colleges and universities are pursuing healthy meals, mechanical testing, 3DP technology, coding book camps and cloud-based applications.
Instructors unfamiliar with e-learning when a university or college is closed due to coronavirus can be brought up to speed quickly.
Colleges and universities must rethink the way they approach admissions, program offerings and business operations to ensure they can survive and thrive, says UB guest columnist Mark Lombardi, president of Maryville University in St. Louis.
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