Subscribe to Univesity Business
Web replica of the print magazine.
In his trainings with students, faculty and staff, Detective Sgt. Robert McEvoy, of the Bridgewater State University Police in Massachusetts, details the following signs of an opioid overdose. These signs […]
The drug that reverses opioid overdoses needs to be in the hands of the people on campus who are most likely to respond to an emergency, experts say. Because those […]
Inclusion and diversity don’t have to clash with free speech on campus. Though recent surveys have suggested a growing conflict, higher ed experts and educators—including those who have been involved […]
Today’s college students face stress everywhere they turn, from friend and roommate tensions to financial strains and fear of becoming a victim of school violence. Consider these stats: Nationwide, more […]
The traditional, nail-biting wait for an admission offer has, at some colleges, given way to a process offering immediate gratification for prospective students: the instant decision day. This admission recruitment […]
Lyon College President W. Joseph King and former university president Brian C. Mitchell have written a practical guide for new and veteran leaders. How to Run a College (2018, Johns […]
There’s a new kind of nontraditional college student in America, with elementary school kids being seen increasingly on American higher ed campuses.
Classrooms, libraries and residence halls may appear to be the key points of interest on campus tours—but dining halls can generate even bigger buzz. Students scrutinize menus, looking for labels such […]
In your experience, what is the biggest challenge for college dining halls in operating separate locations or kitchen areas dedicated to serving students with special diets? “Kitchen space presents the […]
The vast majority of community college athletic programs operate in relative obscurity, known mostly at the local level, if at all. The obvious exception is the football team at East […]
In the 1980s, many corporations embraced three fundamental principles: information technology, the importance of quality (remember Ford’s slogan: “Quality is Job 1”?), and the power of diversity. The launch of […]
For non-native speakers, learning English represents just a part of acclimating to American culture. Community colleges are creating developmental tracks, services and on-campus groups to better serve English as second […]
Forgot your password?
Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive mail with link to set new password.
Back to login