24 juin 2018

Ohio will test use of drones to monitor traffic conditions

University Business Magazine logoThe state of Ohio plans to study the use of drones to monitor traffic and roadway conditions from above. More...

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Starbucks coming to Shasta College

University Business Magazine logoThe 800-pound coffee bean is landing on the Shasta College campus. More...

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Colleges should always woo would-be students

University Business Magazine logoLed by admissions offices, higher ed institutions are enticing accepted students to officially enroll by using innovative communication approaches, developing peer connections and making students feel as if they are already part of the family. More...

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UAH using tech in music education

University Business Magazine logoThe School of Music at the University of Alabama Huntsville has new cutting edge technology that's changing the way its students learn piano. More...

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Calif. H.S. grads increasingly leave state for college. Here’s where they go.

University Business Magazine logoWith California universities more expensive and crowded than ever, high school graduates are increasingly leaving the state to attend college. More...

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Virtual advisers help out with college admissions

University Business Magazine logoNearly 1 in 4 high-achieving, low-income students apply to college completely on their own. A nonprofit aims to help them by connecting them to remote advisers. More...

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How leading colleges are improving the attainment of high-value degrees

University Business Magazine logoIn this report, Mark Schneider and Kim Clark evaluate institution-level practices aimed at improving college completion rates. Through their research, they identified more than 600 “failure factories”—schools that graduate less than a third of their students within six years, producing alumni who often struggle in the job market. But they also identify notable “success factories”—schools that graduate an unusually high percentage of their students, launching them into promising careers. More...

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Bibliotech, a 'Spotify of textbooks', raises $5M

University Business Magazine logoThe West Australian founders of a so-called "Spotify for textbooks" have raised $5 million for their platform which provides cut-price access to thousands of academic tomes. More...

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College students suing over free speech get a powerful ally

University Business Magazine logoThe Trump administration is using its legal muscle to aid college students who say their free-speech rights have been violated on campus, diving into a politically charged battle over whether school discipline and safety policies are hindering expression. More...

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IU, Purdue Polytechnic partner on college prep

University Business Magazine logoThe Indiana University School of Education is teaming up with Purdue Polytechnic Institute in hopes of preparing students to fill an estimated one million Indiana job openings by 2025. More...

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