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Inclusiveness and patience are key to success, says Tom Dugas, chief information security officer at Duquesne University. Read more>>

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Higher density. Higher throughput. Higher capacity. These are the things that everyone wants from their wireless network–especially schools. These are the promises of Wi-Fi 6. Read more>>

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County Meyerhoff Scholars Program fosters success among its underrepresented students in STEM through a combination of mentorship and programming. Read more>>

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The Gazette
The University of Iowa’s pending sale of the former AIB College of Business property in Des Moines for a fraction of its assessed value is both proper and reasonable, according to a review by State Auditor Rob Sand. Read more>>

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All three keynotes at UB Tech® 2019 will be available to view live online for any higher ed leaders unable to attend the conference in person, made possible by the exclusive streaming partner of UB Tech®, Mediasite. Read more>>

The Berkshire Eagle
At graduation, Williams College celebrates achievement, but also closes a semester in which a divisive debate raised questions of free speech and drew national notice. Read more>>

The Chronicle
Oberlin College has received a $10,000 grant to tell the history of the college, the city and its role as a sanctuary city in a traveling exhibition. Read more>>

CBS Sports
The first college coach sentenced in the FBI’s high-profile case against corruption and bribery in college basketball will not be going to prison.  Read more>>

Tom Siebel, whose fortune Forbes pegs at $2.9 billion, is announcing that his company,, will cover the total cost for employees to earn a master’s degree in computer science online. Read more>>

Pew Research Center
The overall number of undergraduates at U.S. colleges and universities has increased dramatically over the past 20 years, with growth fueled almost exclusively by an influx of students from low-income families and students of color. Read more>>

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College students face a pile of student loans and credit-card debt, but many don’t understand financial basics. Read more>>

The EvoLLLution
Institutions are ignoring one of their biggest assets in the struggle to keep pace with a rapidly evolving workforce: the career center. Read more>>

The New York Times
Work colleges teach students that communities need all their members to pick up a shovel and participate. Read more>>

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Faculty Information System Interfolio and largest course evaluation solutions provider Explorance to provide a holistic view of faculty achievements. Read more>>

PayClearly partnered with Ellucian to help lead higher education institutions to a more streamlined approach within their accounts payables departments. Read more>>

Ziegler, a specialty investment bank with a dedicated Higher Education Finance Practice, is pleased to announce the successful closing of the $22,375,000 Series 2019 for Trevecca Nazarene University. Read more>>


Construction and Demolition Recycler
University Hall, an arena on University of Virginia’s campus that had served as host to countless sporting events between its opening in 1965 and closure in 2015, was imploded May 25. Read more>>
Kellogg Community College announced that construction has begun on a $333,000 campus improvement project that will enhance the city entrance on Battle Creek’s north side. Read more>>

Bangor Daily News
Colby College said it will start construction on a 53-room hotel this summer as part of the college’s planned $75 million investment to revitalize downtown Waterville. Read more>>

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Improvements to safety, better vehicle maintenance scheduling, and enhanced staff productivity are just a few of the benefits colleges are experiencing with their GPS-enabled campus fleets. We are looking to speak with campus fleet managers and facilities directors who can share how their departments are better off because of this technology. Contact us>>