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At UB Tech® 2019, Trang Pham discussed how she designs collaborative classrooms to improve student engagement and help future teachers stay up to date on the changing landscape of technology in the classroom. Read more>>

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Cisco Meraki
Peter Williams, Associate VP of IT and CIO, and Michael Denny, Network and Security Architect, at Butler University know better than most how important reliable wireless is to students. Join Cisco Meraki and Butler University for a live webinar where they will discuss how wireless is improving student experiences. Read more>>

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Students today demand more from the random campus nooks and crannies where they go to work alone or in groups. While students might put all kinds of technology on their wish lists for these spaces, there is one feature that’s essential: outlets, lots and lots of outlets. Read more>>

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The Middletown Press
A mobile food pantry operating for the past four years on the Middlesex Community College campus may well be the only one for students in the state — and perhaps the nation. Read more>>

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Ellucian
The right data and analytics strategy can power your institution’s digital transformation. Register for this UB webcast to learn key considerations for developing data analytics strategies that can transform your institution. Read more>>

Tennessean
Tennessee’s high school college-going rate dipped in 2018, the most significant decline since the state started its heralded college access scholarship program. Read more>>

The Columbian
A resident of Washington’s Island County recently targeted Clark County and Clark College, alleging that they violated the state’s public records law. So far, he’s had one victory. Read more>>

Arkansas Democrat Gazette
The 2019-20 academic year is the second in a row in which the state’s public colleges and universities as a whole will receive more state money, after years of frozen funding that has left the state’s higher-education institutions behind pre-recession levels. Read more>>

The Washington Post
The College of William & Mary will deepen and broaden the examination of its own history with a grant emphasizing the experiences of people enslaved by the school and the Founding Fathers. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

Forbes
Is student housing the real estate investing niche for you? Read more>>

Golfweek
Division I men’s college golf coaches used to be able to recruit whenever they wanted. If a coach wanted to work all 365 days, that was their right. All that changed last year. Read more>>

The Wall Street Journal
Schools say their job isn’t to investigate; ‘It’s not our policy to suspect every student’. Read more>>

Industry News

Ardeo Education Solutions
LRAP Association, which has partnered with more than 120 colleges and universities across 38 states to help students repay their student and parent loans, has changed its name to Ardeo Education Solutions to better reflect its mission and growth. Read more>>

Digital Media Solutions
The report, published by DMS Education, covers trends in the inquiry generation and student acquisition activities of higher education institutions for the period of January 2017-June 2019, with an emphasis on January-June 2019. Read more>>

Sharecare
Sharecare, the digital health company that helps people manage all their health in one place, announced a licensing agreement with Yale School of Medicine, through which the school’s Physician Assistant Online program is supplementing its curriculum with resources from Sharecare for virtual training and instruction. Read more>>

People

The Detroit News
Before graduation ceremonies commenced at Stony Brook University in May, former President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. pulled aside Kevin Law, the school council’s president, and shared some news: He was leaving to become Michigan State University’s next president. Read more>>

Idaho Statesman
C. Scott Green faced a career crossroads this year. Should he stay in New York City as an executive with an international law firm, or return to his home state and his alma mater as University of Idaho president? Read more>>