29 mars 2018

Colleges must innovate to lower costs

University Business Magazine logoWe are gambling with our nation’s future by pricing its brightest young minds out of higher education. The divestment in public higher education has resulted in infinitely rising tuition and fees far outpacing inflation. More...

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Dining providers on niche dining challenges

University Business Magazine logoIn your experience, what is the biggest challenge for college dining halls in operating separate locations or kitchen areas dedicated to serving students with special diets. More...

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Colleges create mindful menus

University Business Magazine logoClassrooms, libraries and residence halls may appear to be the key points of interest on campus tours—but dining halls can generate even bigger buzz. Students scrutinize menus, looking for labels such as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, allergen-friendly, kosher or halal. More...

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Providers comment on what aspects of managing space higher ed should be considering (but may not be)

University Business Magazine logoCurrent trends in wellness combined with the space efficiencies of shared spaces over private offices and labs should lead to common facilities that optimize access to daylight, fresh air and connection to the outside. More...

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How colleges manage inner space

University Business Magazine logoImproving space utilization is a goal on every campus, with data analysis tools and software key to many efforts. Ultimately, there are different cases for different spaces. More...

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How to spot fundraising potential in leadership candidates

University Business Magazine logoSearch committees and institutions recruiting academic leaders are often met with a major sticking point: the most appealing candidates often don’t have much fundraising experience. Yet in today’s climate, non-tuition sources of revenue are increasingly important and fundraising provides resources that can truly advance a university’s agenda. More...

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Student athlete champions

University Business Magazine logoContrary to popular misconception, our student-athletes in higher education are persisting and completing their programs of study on time. According to Gallup and collegiate athletic association reports, student-athletes actually outperform their non-athlete classmates in persistence and graduation in a wide and varied range of program majors. More...

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Buying strong at small colleges

University Business Magazine logoThese purchasing managers work to save their institutions time and money through a range of strategies that result in purchasing power and wisdom from higher ed peers. Here’s how to do the same. More...

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Higher ed retail: More in store

University Business Magazine logoStudents at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County start each fall with a scavenger hunt, fanning out across campus in search of clues that lead to a prize book bag filled with college merchandise. More...

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The new rules of engagement

University Business Magazine logoIf you are tasked with driving enrollment for undergrad or grad programs, but your marketing teams are not taking advantage of the myriad of ways to personalize digital content to increase lead capture, enrollment and retention—you may be seeing the impact in your acceptance and yield figures. More...

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