Watch this recent UB webinar to learn strategies from Tufts University, where modernizing efforts in administrative processes have saved millions of dollars annually. Read more>>
Hillsdale College is suing the University of Missouri, claiming an endowment gift from a deceased MU alum is not being spent according to his wishes. Read more>>
Karice Austin has a packed agenda this summer: taking classes in reading, math and financial literacy, learning to use a 3-D printer, attending a play at the Guthrie Theater and participating in weekly African drum and dance classes with new friends. Read more>>
A new type of athletic team is coming to Bismarck State College this fall: esports. Read more>>
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education has approved annual tuition increases for more than two decades, but there’s a chance the system could hold the line on tuition for the 2019-20 school year. Read more>>
Center for Digital Education
A University of Colorado psychology professor has created a course on medical cannabis that will be taught through a partnership with Coursera, an online learning platform. The course is open to the public.
The Survey of Consumer Finances — a data set that’s used widely by think tanks and journalists to illustrate the income breakdown of student-loan borrowers is glossing over a key borrower demographic: Those who move back in with their parents. Read more>>
The California Sunday Magazine
When the class of 2018 graduated from college, they were the first of a new generation — Generation Z — to join the workforce. They watched their parents lose their jobs a decade earlier and fall into debt and worry about whether they’ll be able to retire. Read more>>
The AD99 Solutions Foundation, established by two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year, Aaron Donald, has selected the cloud-based solution Risk-X to support the organization’s day-to-day operations. Read more>>
The project is a joint venture with The McKinney Fund & Company, with Central Bank of St. Louis and Central Bank of the Midwest providing the construction financing for the project.
They are trying to stop an accident before it happens. That is what city officials in Tempe said is their reasoning behind adding in median islands near Arizona State University’s campus along University Drive between College Avenue and Veterans Way. Read more>>