Higher Ed Cyber Threats: What you can do to defend your campus
This web seminar discussed the new cyber threat landscape in higher ed, how to ensure that an institution is compliant with recent federal cybersecurity regulations, and some defensive strategies to help any college or university leader. Sponsored content by FireEye.
Why big boxes are joining the college retail scene
The name of a familiar retailer glowing from a big-box storefront can provide a source of comfort for students and families arriving on campus for the first time. That’s one reason more colleges are inviting companies such as Target, large grocery chains and others to set up shop.
Nutanix Beam helps public university take charge of multicloud environment
A case study about how University of California San Diego can manage expenditures, minimize risks and streamline administrative tasks using Nutanix Beam and an accompanying Q&A with a manager from Nutanix. Sponsored content by Nutanix.
3 ideas for more flexible course scheduling
Higher ed institutions are offering more flexible schedules to accommodate the needs of today’s college students, who are often working adults. Options include late-start courses, mini-semesters, and block schedules that allow undergrads to enroll in just one course at a time.
College admissions scandal is more than a crisis of confidence
The origins of the ethical dilemma in college admissions have been evident for some time. Now, thanks to a few celebrities and the Entertainment Tonight program, they’ve come to the forefront. For colleges and universities, this is more than just a crisis of confidence; it’s a case for improving risk management, says guest columnist Jean Close, a partner in The Bonadio Group’s Healthcare/Tax Exempt Division.