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Articles from University Business (October 1, 2006)

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"We consider them part of the RCC team,": Riverside Community College's telecommunications manager reflects on an 11-year partnership with NEC. Interview 752
10 tips for surviving a CMS switch: make the switch to a new content management system as seamless as possible. Joly, Karine 1422
100 Semesters: My Adventures as Student, Professor, and University President, and What I Learned Along the Way. Fliegler, Caryn Meyers 230
Adventures in online ventures. Fliegler, Caryn Meyers 264
Affirmative action and Michigan, part two. Fliegler, Caryn Meyers 458
An open letter on transition: an enrollment manager moves on, while looking back. Barnds, W. Kent 739
Beyond Baldridge: what the first institution of higher education to receive the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award has learned in the five years since. Wentz, Meridith 2375
Calendar. Calendar 362
Central Michigan U's SAP adoptions have touched all aspects of Campus life: a strong focus on the needs of users creates a formula for successful software implementations. Interview 836
Communicate spontaneously. (WHAT'S NEW: Looking for higher-education and technology products and services? Start here. McClure, Ann 108
Democrats fight back on student aid raid. Goral, Tim 346
Direct connect. 559
Double duty. McClure, Ann 102
DVD duplicators. McClure, Ann 140
Feeling the fallout. Fliegler, Caryn Meyers 373
Gain control. McClure, Ann 116
Get Connect-ED. (WHAT'S NEW: Looking for higher-education and technology products and services? McClure, Ann 104
Higher commitment to lower-income families: how institutions are managing the expansion of financial aid availability to students in need. Chitty, Haley 1163
Improve your campus safety with NEC's Emergency Campus Notification solution. 339
In his dorm. McClure, Ann 136
Interactive whiteboards. (WHAT'S NEW: Looking for higher-education and technology products and services? Start here. McClure, Ann 113
Lighting the way: new services are bringing new vistas to campus. Angelo, Jean Marie 2491
Ludacris, Beyonce, and ... Professor Hargrove? Goral, Tim 161
Made in America: IHEs strive to ensure academic quality as they expand globally. McClure, Ann Cover story 2978
NEC's Mobile WLAN gives new meaning to learning without boundaries. 353
Ready for VoIP? Here's how to tell: Voice-over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is one of the fastest-growing technologies being deployed at colleges and universities. Interview 1180
Realigning higher education marketing: is it time to rethink the "4P" strategy? Sickler, Eric 828
Room service. McClure, Ann 168
SAT optional. Angelo, Jean Marie 249
Scott Hall of Medical Sciences at Wayne State U. Ezarik, Melissa 369
Shaky ground in troubled times: it's a perplexing paradigm--that of fragile American colleges and universities. Samels, James E. 1459
Simulations made easy. McClure, Ann 98
Sound bite. 82
Spellings acts quickly on 'future' report: hearings lay the groundwork for possible new rules and more federal involvement. Dessoff, Alan 1400
Tangle over 9/11 and academic freedom. Angelo, Jean Marie 365
Testing the virtual waters. Goral, Tim 314
The skin you're in. McClure, Ann 105
U of Cincinnati takes the lead of top businesses in adopting SAP solutions: major research university uses SAP for managing a $1 billion budget and 15.000 faculty and staff. Interview 842
U of Nebraska creates unified business environment with mySAP[TM] Business Suite: outdated software is replaced with a consolidated system that serves the diverse needs of four campuses. Interview 812
Under lock and electric key. McClure, Ann 107
United States falling behind in higher ed. Angelo, Jean Marie 402
Virginia schools in a privacy pickle: a well-intentioned state law raises significant data privacy risks for institutions and their students. Nolan, William 653
Who is the client today? Today's strategic admissions practices can wind up creating both hurdles and confusion for prospective students. Greene, Matthew 1557
Wiring the dining experience: IHEs fuse food and technology to keep students happy and entice new ones through their doors. Esposito, Jennifer Chase 2735
Words to live (and learn) by. Goral, Tim 595

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