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Amid numerous complaints from students and faculty, campus IT leaders can leverage their influence and expertise to help institutions build better proctoring practices.
Mediation, neutral facilitation programs and restorative justice in higher education disputes involving Title IX and sexual misconduct.
Evolving pandemic-era technology, flexibility and innovations will better serve students, reduce carbon footprints and improve impact in higher education.
Institutions can adopt an asset-based viewpoint toward first-gen students and change the culture on campus.
It’s time for MBA programs to address the unique needs of first-generation students working to get their foot in the door of the business industry, says the MBA program director at Notre Dame College in Ohio.
COVID-19 has changed the way colleges and universities are viewing the potential of institutional mergers and acquisitions.
Here's how higher ed institutions across the nation can help students navigate the next wave of the COVID pandemic, according to leaders at William James College in Massachusetts, which has its roots in psychology.
A Santa Clara University administrator shares insights for implementing and leveraging mobile student IDs on campus.
Major technology investments will lead to the intersection of higher ed and industry, and fill the critical skills gap.
To survive the COVID-19 financial crisis, universities must double down on their core values, says University of Vermont's president.
A whistleblower can report illegal activity to the government and, under certain circumstances, share in the monetary recoveries the government obtains.
Consider cost and timing factors before pausing construction planning, advises a higher ed construction industry executive.
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