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The first-of-its-kind event will be dedicated to esports and academics, and provide the tools and structure needed to help launch and advance esports programs and transform learning. Read more>>

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Grace College seamlessly integrates interactive dry-erase and ALR projection surfaces into newly renovated collaborative learning spaces for math and science students. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick
Women have surpassed the number of men in colleges in the U.S. and many other parts of the world. Women are also set to become the majority in the college-educated workforce in the U.S. Read more>>

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The new 7,500-square-foot esports area will feature 16 gaming computers, consoles and a broadcast space, as well as a spot for the potential for training, youth STEM programs and sports camps. Read more>>

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Forbes
The House Education and Labor Committee passed a bill to revamp American higher education—the College Affordability Act. After three days of markup with over 40 proposed amendments to the bill, it passed out of committee on partisan lines—28 to 22. Read more>>

The Seattle Times
The University of Washington College Republicans are no longer recognized as an official chapter of the national group on campus, as national and state College Republican leaders have deemed the UW group’s actions “hurtful and inappropriate.” Read more>>

The Joplin Globe
Crowder may not have a football team or martial arts team, but starting later this year, students will be able to throw touchdowns and grapple while representing their school. Read more>>

News & Record
For a second time, the state Senate voted against allowing four Triad higher-education institutions to receive state funding from a $20 million cybersecurity development initiative. Read more>>

The Sacramento Bee
Gunner Johnson discovered Project Rebound while working as a clerk in the law center at the Federal Correctional Institution in Sheridan, Oregon. He held to the idea to continue his education through the California State University program following his release. Read more>>

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Missourian
Missouri college students face serious achievement gaps based on race, income, parents’ education and sometimes gender, a report from the Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development revealed. Read more>>

The Washington Post
The cautionary tale of Hampshire College and the broken business model of American higher education. Read more>>

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We are looking to hear from colleges and universities that are adopting or considering an AVaaS model, in which AV hardware, software, programming and integration services are paid on a recurring basis, removing the risk of owning depreciating assets that are locally managed. Contact us>>

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Dyer Brown
Expanding its national portfolio of design and planning for colleges and universities, the architecture and interiors firm Dyer Brown has announced the completion of varied campus building projects for Emory University, Northeastern University, and Boston University, with more in the pipeline. Read more>>

SAS
Cities have the opportunity to reduce energy use and carbon footprint by cracking down on inefficient buildings. Read more>>

OmniUpdate
OmniUpdate, a CMS provider for higher ed and Destiny Solutions, a student lifecycle management solution provider for non-traditional higher education, announced their merger. Read more>>