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Campus dining services look for ways to reduce food waste beyond education programs.
5 answers administrators need about how geographic information systems and indoor positioning systems can help keep campuses safe
Making decisions about whether everyone should know about geographic information systems and indoor positioning systems being used by safety officers
China’s recent decision to drastically limit the amount and types of recyclable plastics it accepts from other countries has forced colleges to find new ways to handle trash removal.
As these buildings enter their fifth decade of service, school administrators and facility planners are facing a critical decision about what to do with them. New thinking about their promise and potential is beginning to take hold.
Sacramento State is expanding upper-division student housing, Charleston Southern University is adding on to its new health sciences building, and Dartmouth College is working on a faculty and graduate student center.
Driverless shuttles are gaining ground at colleges and universities as part of campus transportation planning.
The Marietta, Ohio, district is considering locating new schools on Washington State Community College property as part of a modernization effort.
College and university leaders report what they're doing and challenges in keeping campuses appearing fresh, and safe, in a survey on 2019 trends.
For higher ed, 2018 proved to be a good primer for flexibility and keeping postsecondary missions in focus. More changes to come in 2019.
A Massachusetts college has transformed an energy-consuming science building that once isolated academic departments into a sustainable facility that now unites the entire campus—not just the sciences.
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