Monetizing university patent portfolios during the economic downturn
Colleges and universities may be leaving money on the table with under-utilized patent portfolios. The time is right, as the law has shifted in favor of patent owners, both in inter partes review litigation before the Patent Office and in federal courts.
How to bring historic buildings new life and purpose
Renovation and rehabilitation of buildings have taken on even greater relevance given the COVID-19 pandemic as colleges and universities respond to new requirements and needs. Here are three actions for campus leaders to consider when considering renovations to historic buildings.
How to expand the impact of workforce development to other communities
Coastal Alabama Community College will provide hospitality and tourism workforce development in a business and workforce development center owned by a local company. The area is seventh most vulnerable county in Alabama to sustain job losses as a result of COVID-19.
What higher ed can do if states close workforce development business partners
Laramie County Community College recently worked with local officials to receive special dispensation from the state of Wyoming so students could finish their workforce development training and courses in the health care and construction industries during the COVID era.