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Extron Electronics Technical Trainer Karl Rosenberg shared tips for simplifying the streaming and recording process during his AV Integration track presentation at UB Tech® 2019. Read more>>

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The University of North Texas contacted Computer Comforts when it was time for a furniture upgrade on their Denton, Texas campus. Creating functional group study rooms was a top priority. In addition, the college was also looking for power charging solutions for student lounge areas. Read more for photos and pricing. Read more>>

The non-degree granting, for-profit sector of higher education has been experiencing success with coding and other technology boot camps since 2012. Encouraged by that success, both public and private degree-granting institutions have jumped on the bandwagon in recent years. Read more>>

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The Lifetime network announced that it was greenlighting a new movie based on the high-profile scandal. The working title is College Admissions Scandal, but the network acknowledges that the title may change. Read more>>
The proposal to move Hahnemann’s teaching operations to Tower Health, which has six hospitals in the Philadelphia area and Reading, still needs to be given the green light in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Read more>>

Government Technology
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $4.63 million grant to the university to train cybersecurity professionals. The program will focus on attracting students from underrepresented populations around the state. Read more>>

CBS Sacramento
Candles, football equipment, a championship t-shirt and the number 27 sit at the entrance of the Sierra College football stadium in Rocklin. It’s a memorial for a fallen Wolverine, Chancelor Fields-Colbert. Read more>>

The Philadelphia Tribune
The complaint calls out Community College of Philadelphia, Temple University, University of Pennsylvania, Drexel University and others for not paying the prevailing wage rate to the approximately 1,500 security officers who ensure the safety of those campuses. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

Dallas News
Texas students at public universities are taking on more debt than state leaders consider manageable, with black students facing the biggest financial challenges. Read more>> Brooklyn
Will Gee, founder and CEO of Port Covington-based Balti Virtual, had a firm belief in the value of internships. Unfortunately, his company was only able to financially accommodate one intern at the time. Read more>>

The Washington Post
I once worked with a young woman who was smart, kind and industrious. Her success seemed assured, except for one thing. She had to drop out of college and could not afford to get back in. Read more>>

Industry News

Education Design Lab
With support from Lumina Foundation, Education Design Lab is working with higher education and employer partners to evaluate micro-credentials as a hiring signal. Read more>>

Supermarket News
Target Corp. plans to open three more small-format stores on or near university campuses to meet the food and daily essentials needs of on-the-go college students. Read more>>

Walden University
Walden University has achieved accreditation from the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), the sole nationally recognized accrediting body for educator preparation. Read more>>


Daily Herald
Billions of dollars are earmarked for dozens of community college campus projects in Illinois’ capital improvement budget despite a more than 21% statewide drop in enrollment from 2014 to 2018. Read more>>
The College of Charleston filed suit against one of its developers that claims water is getting into the 17-year-old Marcia Kelly McAlister Residence Hall and causing damage. Read more>>