Industry News: Higher ed institutions strengthen student, faculty programs
Colleges and universities across the country are partnering with providers to assess student success, add new information management software, include an on-demand food delivery app, participate in an agriculture research project, and more.
Will your institution hold on through 2020?
Unless you are among the nation’s exclusive (and expensive) colleges and universities, you need to focus on affordability and curricular innovations, says Scott D. Miller, UB guest columnist and president of Virginia Wesleyan University. Those resistant to change are ignoring market realities that can combine to create the perfect storm—and lead to closure.