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Julin Sharp, director of digital education at Marist College in New York, discussed using peer influence to engage faculty and encourage creative teaching practices during her presentation at UB Tech® 2019 in Orlando. Read more>>

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SUNY needed to aggregate spend to find $100 million in operational savings. Here’s how E&I’s Grainger contract helped SUNY save millions while meeting MWBE requirements. Read more>>

Here’s a quick roundup of five new and noteworthy books for college and university leaders. Read more>>

When the Koch network recently announced a new coalition focused on providing work opportunities for the formerly incarcerated, one employment sector was conspicuously absent: higher education. It’s disheartening, says Yusuf Dahl, director for innovation and entrepreneurship at Lafayette College in Pennsylvania. Read more>>

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Some adjuncts are questioning the administration’s intentions and calling on it to be neutral ahead of a union vote. Read more>>

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The Cuesta College Board of Trustees voted 5-0 earlier this month to implement a two-year phased permit fee increase for semester and daily parking permits which will begin to take effect this upcoming fall 2019 semester. Read more>>
A Lancaster County college is making some cuts; Elizabethtown College is cutting some faculty, staff, and programs starting this fall. Read more>>

NPR (audio file)
A series of crowdsourced Google documents written by current students and recent graduates provides many needed answers. Read more>>
The new Madison College building on South Park Street, which will be called the Goodman South Campus, is right on track for its much-anticipated opening. Read more>>

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The Hechinger Report
New educational pathways are needed to prepare workers of all ages for tomorrow’s jobs. Read more>>

The Week
Kyle Kashuv might deserve to be forgiven. It’s possible he doesn’t deserve to be forever stigmatized for the stupid, racist comments he made two years ago. He definitely deserves a chance to show he’s learned from his mistakes. Read more>>
When James Turrell flew the skies of Arizona in 1974, not yet acquainted with the volcano that would soon become his life’s work, he piloted his tiny plane over the nearby sites of Sunset Crater and Wupatki National Monument. Read more>>

Industry News

Unfortunately, it seems the next generation of college graduates might be in for a rude awakening. Read more>>

Valdosta State University
A pair of Valdosta State University students recently gained access to the inner workings of one of the world’s most famous brands through a week-long internship with Coca-Cola Bottling Company United, which bottles and distributes Coke products throughout the southeastern United States.  Read more>>

Mid Michigan College
For many college freshmen the experience of living on campus is as important as the education they receive in the classroom. It’s the time when young adults get to test out who they are and how they want to be in the world. Read more>>

Campaign finance, rural housing, university construction and boating are on the agenda. Read more>>

The News-Gazette
Drivers may have noticed that getting around the University of Illinois campus west of the Quad has been a bit tricky this summer. Read more>>

Wisconsin Public Radio
The Legislature’s state budget committee voted to approve $1.9 billion for state construction projects, including more than $1 billion for University of Wisconsin System projects.  Read more>>