Baylor College of Medicine issues position statement on measles vaccinations
Baylor College of Medicine has issued a response to the measles outbreak, calling on the public to communicate with elected officials, family and friends about the importance of vaccinations and evidence-based vaccine policies that promote public health.
Temple becomes 150th user of PFM’s Whitebirch multi-year planning software
Temple University has become the 150th user to turn to an innovative cloud-based platform for help — PFM’s Whitebirch Multi-Year Planning Software, a preeminent solution specifically built for comprehensive, higher education financial modeling.
Iowa’s Buena Vista University launches new track within online master’s degree program powered by Discovery Education
Iowa’s Buena Vista University is launching a new track within their online Master’s Degree program designed from the ground up for the full-time K-12 educator powered by Discovery Education.
Arizona State depends on AstroTurf at Camp Tontozona
When the Arizona State University Sun Devils travel to their annual football camp in Payson, Arizona this year they will find a major facility upgrade waiting for them. The Sun Devils invested in a top of the line AstroTurf premium synthetic turf system for Camp Tontozona.
Flywire adds machine learning capabilities to its payment platform
The enhancements improve the payment-to-settlement time, increase security, and reduce costs for both payers and receivers by further automating and streamlining reconciliation of the growing number of international payments coming from different countries in different currencies.
Honeywell And NCS4 collaborate
Honeywell and University of Southern Mississippi’s National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security are combining their experience to address complex safety challenges and security threats facing school communities nationwide and interscholastic athletic programs.