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To create a best-in-class business school facility to recruit and retain top teaching talent and students, you must manage three key factors of success—process, flexibility and cost. Part 1 of a 3-part series.
Technical debt is a term used in software development to describe the inevitable debt – money, resources, and time – that organizations incur due to the expedient delivery of services.
Use of a university’s intellectual property in NIL deals and on social media can be a win-win for everyone f the opportunity is suitable and all the student-athlete follows all the rules.
Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) delivers faculty not only assurance of course continuity in the face of the unknown, but a complete “virtual classroom” solution.
A data literate population is filled with lifelong learners of every age who turn to data to understand complex problems and answer difficult questions.
Hopefully, many higher education institutions will use these funds to invest in indoor air quality projects. When they do, it is important that they invest wisely.
Growing interest in material transparency, the adoption of more stringent environmental regulations by several states, and extreme weather events are all influencing the design of university buildings.
We have no idea what it means to come back from a health crisis of the magnitude of the current pandemic. There is little generational memory or common reference and no way to know what the mutable virus will do next.
Shared experiences that spark new curiosities, formulate new ideas and foster connection between students and to their broader campus is what is sorely needed after too much time alone.
Scheduling software allows you to replace in-person lines with virtual lines that use mobile devices to keep people up to date on their wait.
While many colleges and universities are grappling with a drop in students, historically Black colleges and universities are seeing a surge in enrollment during the pandemic
Many universities, long spawning grounds for innovators, are now looking to garner venture funding to help launch those entrepreneurs and start-up firms.
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