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My daughter took a leave of absence to spend 14 months working with a nongovernmental organization in Guatemala. As her dad, I'm proud this experience helped her grow. As a president, I wonder how we might better develop first-year experiences.
How a challenge gift from High Point University helped in the campaign to save a college.
A Q&A with President Nido Qubein of High Point University in North Carolina.
Today’s universities are challenged with pretty intense competition for the best and brightest students, while retaining and nurturing those students throughout their college careers. It’s important to make sure students […]
Tech’s big impact: How administrators keep their departments current as technology impacts offices across campus Reader input: How will evolving technology impact your role at your institution, or your department’s […]
UB readers were asked: How will evolving technology impact your role at your institution, or your department’s work, in 2019?
Higher ed institutions in California, Illinois, Rhode Island and South Carolina will deploy new enrollment, AV, ERP and video screen systems as well as student training programs.
How college and university administrators will keep their departments current in throughout 2019 as technology impacts offices across campus
Realities and priorities for campus admissions and retention leaders. See results of UB's Outlook on 2019 survey of enrollment and retention administrators.
Campus finance leaders have concerns over the financial status quo. Here are results of UB's Outlook 2019 survey of college and university finance administrators.
College and university leaders report what they're doing and challenges in keeping campuses appearing fresh, and safe, in a survey on 2019 trends.
IT security and customer services are among priorities for campus technology department leaders in 2019, according to UB's Outlook 2019 survey of campus technology administrators.
A Q&A with Penn State University’s Kyle Bowen on how technologies are invented and evolve, and how to use them in teaching
A Massachusetts college has transformed an energy-consuming science building that once isolated academic departments into a sustainable facility that now unites the entire campus—not just the sciences.
In a time of greater political pressure to enhance college access, one campus leader from a small institution expressed “grave concerns about the willingness of society to continue, let alone […]
For higher ed, 2018 proved to be a good primer for flexibility and keeping postsecondary missions in focus. More changes to come in 2019.
Fourteen years ago, Intellectual Entrepreneurship (IE) directors Tommy Darwin and I published a chapter entitled, “Crisis as Opportunity: An Entrepreneurial Approach to Productivity in Higher Education.” My argument here is […]
The enormous cost of medical school in the United States has made medical education primarily attainable by students from privileged backgrounds, whose ethnic composition is majority white.
As more veterans look to continue their education after service to our nation, higher ed must help veterans re-enter civilian life, adapt to the academic environment, and achieve the goal of earning a higher education.
High Point University President Nido Qubein is known for engaging audiences on topics such as leadership, human development, peak performance and personal success. Here, he previews the themes of his upcoming keynote address for UBTech 2019 in Orlando, Fla.
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