How tech can untangle and transform campus traffic
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, UB guest columnists Katherine Turnbull and Peter Lange share how Texas A&M’s living laboratory environment has harnessed the brainpower of students, faculty and researchers and fostered innovation to maintain campus mobility, reduce traffic and boost green space.
Is it time to rethink how we measure student learning?
UB guest columnist Joan Marques addresses how higher ed’s move to online learning due to the coronavirus may prompt more educators to use the world-of-work model to assess—and engage—students. She is dean of Woodbury University’s School of Business.
3 keys to managing higher ed leadership—and family
Allow yourself to be present and to be human, and build a culture of support. Human moments unite us and create strong opportunities for empathy—a key element for team success, says UB guest columnist Kristen Capezza, a new mom who is vice president of enrollment and university communications at Adelphi U.
Supporting our students during campus closures
What is important now? Making sure students know that social distancing in a physical sense does not mean higher ed institutions like Fresno State are distancing themselves from meeting student needs, says UB guest columnist Joseph I. Castro, president of the California school.
COVID-19: Higher ed put to the test
UB guest columnist and Adelphi U President Christine Riordan shares her institution’s story of how good planning and crisis management have been essential for safety—from supporting returning students from Asia to rapidly transitioning to remote learning and working.