Personnel and HR

UMBC names ‘visionary’ leader and first woman as president to replace Hrabowski

Dr. Valerie Shears Ashby brings innovative approach and record of success at Duke's Trinity College to new position.

In a rare move for higher ed, Bowling Green expels sorority for hazing

It is the second time in a year that the university has parted with one of its Greek Life organizations.

Yes, COVID-19 dashboards can still be very valuable to college leaders

An updated and streamlined display for students and employees, like Princeton's, can help when pivots need to occur.

Ditching their legacies, colleges and universities embrace switch to Cloud

Costly but necessary, institutions know that to remain competitive and secure, they must invest in newer systems.

Biden’s Double Pell promises are lofty, but will they pass in FY2023 budget?

The Administration also wants to give more help to HBCUs and MSIs, as well as improve career pathways.

Except for Cornell, universities not seeing major spikes in COVID from BA.2 variant yet

Case counts are rising in several states, but most institutions are keeping numbers down. Will student return change that?

This NCAA darling has a better story to tell: It’s in the top 1% for ROI

Small private Bryant University in Rhode Island is on the map after its tournament appearance, but it has been a standout for students seeking careers.

The steps Cal State is taking to try to rebuild after two scandals

A new interim chancellor, an update on standardized tests and a check on every university in its system are some of the moves being made to improve its image.

Why a phased approach to masking is working for one big university

The thoughtful approach to mitigation, even as numbers wane, has kept the University of Kentucky ahead of COVID.

Strike averted: Howard University, faculty union reach tentative deal on bargaining

The two sides have forged a three-year agreement that must still be ratified as adjuncts and non-tenure-track employees seek better pay.

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