24 décembre 2017

Voice of colleges and higher ed experts

University Business Magazine logoWe asked: What are your predictions, hopes and concerns for 2018? Administrators and experts who have recently contributed to UB answered. More...

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The importance of dumb mistakes in college

University Business Magazine logoIt seemed like a good idea at the time. 
Not so much afterward, when I got driven downtown in handcuffs for spray-painting “Corporate Deathburgers” across a McDonald’s. More...

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It's time to modernize higher ed

University Business Magazine logoFrom our state’s earliest days, Utah has placed a high value on education. It is part of our cultural DNA. So it’s not totally surprising that when it comes to higher education, Utah is getting a lot of things right. More...

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Managing different workforce generations on campus

University Business Magazine logoAs Baby Boomers exit the workforce, Millennials enter it, and Generation X navigates uncertain - and often unplanned - leadership transitions, your employee's generational affiliations will change how you need to communicate, deliver feedback, engage, and develop. More...

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Higher ed reform takes aim at Daytona State College

University Business Magazine logoThe Florida Legislature has its sights set on reforming higher education, and while some of its bills would make it easier for students to achieve more advanced degrees, others contain elements some say threaten the Florida College System. More...

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Current tax reform polices would hurt Texas universities, students

University Business Magazine logoToday, U.S. government leaders have enormous decisions to make about tax reform. Their choices will affect the future of our students and our universities. If the proposed policies are put in place, the ability of Texas students, both now and in the future, to earn life-changing degrees will be compromised. More...

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AT&T support helps more H.S. students explore college

University Business Magazine logoThe rigorous and engaging summer learning program gives high schools students access to explore science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) fields of interest, gain hands-on experience and realize their college and career goals. More...

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U. of Missouri Health Care shows why IT is an innovation hub

University Business Magazine logoThe University of Missouri Health Care has a unique way of handling technology. Its private-public partnership with Cerner created the Tiger Institute for Health Innovation in 2009, designed to address health concerns in the area and connect providers with each other to improve care quality and costs. More...

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ScholarChip streamlines student ID

University Business Magazine logoScholarChip, the largest provider of automated school safety and operations services, has announced its new browser-based student ID Manager system. Now, schools can save money by using their own hardware to connect to the most advanced ID card system available in the market today. More...

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Big data could solve the college-dropout problem

University Business Magazine logoBill Gates, who left Harvard to found Microsoft, says it’s “tragic” that only half of the 2 million students who started college this fall will graduate. More...

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