Marylouise Fennell and Scott D. Miller
Using social media platforms is a cost-effective way to reach your target audiences while promoting your institution’s brand. Those who don’t employ social media are missing out on ways of communicating efficiently and quickly to stakeholders. Read more>>
Learning an object’s life story can help avoid costly legal troubles—and the loss of fine art and funds, says guest columnist Margaret Bussiere, vice president of fine arts insurance for national brokerage Risk Strategies. Read more>>
Authorities are investigating after a woman’s body was found in a port-a-potty on the campus of Washington & Jefferson College in Washington County. Read more>>
Dozens of buildings at UCLA and UC Berkeley pose a serious risk to life in a strong earthquake, with at least 68 seismically deficient structures at UC Berkeley and 18 at UCLA. Read more>>
News that an incoming international student at Harvard had been denied entry to the United States has drawn attention to the increased challenges for those hoping to study in America. Read more>>
When a team of educators in Oregon became sick and tired of their students being charged heaps of cash for college textbooks, they began making their own—and it has collectively saved their students more than $2.5 million. Read more>>
Guides are expected to serve as the face of the university and as an authentic voice for prospective students. Can they truly be both?
In college towns from Berkeley to Boston, wealthy students at the end of the day return to these kinds of top-of-the-line apartments while their lower-income classmates file back to shared rooms in aging dorms.
Trilogy Education, a 2U, Inc. brand and workforce accelerator, announced the launch of two inaugural fintech boot camps in partnership with Rice University in Houston and Columbia Engineering in New York City. Read more>>
Each year, approximately $102.5 billion is donated for education in the U.S. alone, according to the annual reports by CAE and Giving USA. Read more>>