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St. Joseph’s University has taken over the University of the Sciences, completing a historic, multi-billion-dollar fusion of institutions.
In almost all cases, higher ed space planning teams are being asked to connect their budgets to the student experience, and this means rethinking traditional space allocation.
Vice President Harris, Dr. Anthony Fauci and top entertainers send off graduates with praise for enduring tough two years, challenging them to be their best.
Focused facilities stewardship and capital planning are more important than ever across the higher ed landscape.
Purdue officials are looking into the potential of small nuclear reactors as clean energy option.
While most in higher ed are planning for wide-open ceremonies, others are still keeping masks on.
With commencement ceremonies a month away and the city seeing a 140% increase, the university isn't taking chances.
"Work From Purdue" is being touted by the Indiana university as a first-of-its-kind program that incentivizes remote workers from outside the state to relocate to a campus live/work community.
As institutions have lessened protocols and talked up an endemic phase, a new variant is lurking and spreading rapidly.
Despite a rise in cases statewide in New York, the University of Rochester opts to end booster requirements for students and faculty.
Whether it’s minimizing background noise or amplifying the teacher’s voice, achieving the correct balance and quality of sound will enhance the students' overall quality of learning.
One big institution has abandoned most of its mitigation strategies, including contact tracing and isolation.
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