21 décembre 2018

Here’s how we future-proofed our campus stadium

eCampus NewsIgniting experiences by blanketing 25,000-seat Williams Stadium with intelligent Wi-Fi infrastructure lights the way for achieving NCAA success. More...

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SF voters will decide on 10-year extension for free City College

University Business Magazine logoCity voters will have a chance to extend for a decade — or halt altogether — free classes at City College of San Francisco, now that the Board of Supervisors has agreed to place the question on the Nov. 5 ballot. More...

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More La. H.S. students are taking college courses, but access still uneven

University Business Magazine logoAlthough the number of public high school students taking college courses is up 60 percent, barely 1 in 5 of those enrolled are black students. More...

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Roosevelt University rolls out new video learning initiative

University Business Magazine logoRoosevelt University's College of Pharmacy--Illinois' oldest three-year Doctor of Pharmacy program--announced, today, the launch of a new video and active learning initiative to build more engaging in-class experiences and extend classroom moments beyond the lecture. More...

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Steelcase Education Active Learning Classroom gives students resources

University Business Magazine logoPolk State College recently unveiled its Steelcase Education Active Learning Classroom on the Lakeland Campus, giving students, faculty, staff, and representatives from other educational institutions a look at the transformed makerspace that enhances the College’s ability to produce highly-skilled teachers through design and technology that engages Education baccalaureate students. More...

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Non-traditional, poorer students now the norm in Texas colleges

University Business Magazine logoNon-traditional students in Texas are now the norm in colleges and universities statewide and more than half of students are poor, state Commissioner of Higher Education Raymund Paredes said in a media call Thursday. More...

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What national higher ed. policy can learn from Tenn.

University Business Magazine logo“College is too expensive. Out of step. Not worth it,” cry the critics.
Don’t be fooled: a college degree, certificate or another credential after high school is still the surest pathway to the middle class and beyond. More...

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ED reaches out to students of defunct for-profit college chain

University Business Magazine logoAlmost 20,000 students pursuing degrees at for-profit colleges owned by the Education Corporation of America are grappling with the uncertainty of their academic future. More...

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U. of Cincinnati grapples with the legacy of slave-owning founder

University Business Magazine logoFollowing a student government vote to remove the name of Charles McMicken from the University of Cincinnati’s college of arts and sciences, the university will spend a semester examining whether it should continue to honor and commemorate the slave-owner who founded it. More...

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University of Iowa scaling down Finkbine clubhouse project after over-budget bids

University Business Magazine logoHaving asked in September for proposals from contractors interested in building a new $10 million Finkbine Golf Clubhouse capable of supporting championship-level tournaments, the University of Iowa is asking again — after every bid came in over budget. More...

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