Printer Friendly

Articles from University Business (September 1, 2015)

1-26 out of 26 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
A cloud LMS built specifically for coding classes: no-installation, language-agnostic, enterprise-grade platform delivers greater efficiency and efficacy for coding courses at top universities. Srivastava, Sanjay Interview 495
Beyond the bottom line: driving student success through the campus bookstore: providing tools and resources that enhance student success. 1202
Campus groundbreakings. Ezarik, Melissa 238
Celebrating excellence: award-winning institutions honored at first-ever Models of Excellence dinner at NACUBO. 228
Concussion crackdown: why many concussion management policies and practices aren't cutting it--and how officials can get on the right track to increase athlete safety. Nicholson, Chris 2144
Containing risk: taking enterprise risk management practices to a higher level through ownership of the risk by departments across campus. Daninhirsch, Hilary 1880
Data backup in the age of the cloud: best practices for backing up data and retrieving it quickly when necessary. Stier, Ken 1645
Do debates about diversity policies miss the point? Zalaznick, Matt 438
Experts see major potential in prison Pell Grants. Zalaznick, Mark 404
Harnessing the power of social media: tips for power users and newbies on running a successful social networking program. Whitt, Marc C. 667
How campus libraries can compete with the web. Botelho, Stefanie 281
Inside look: sustainable campus buildings: expectations of energy efficiency and other green facilities features. Williams, Lauren 1360
Law school, money-back guarantee: starting with the class of 2015, Brooklyn Law School grads who haven't found fulltime employment nine months after graduation will receive a lump sum payment of 15 percent of their total out-of-pocket tuition costs. Williams, Lauren 116
Making higher education truly affordable: solutions to college debt crisis from a college president. DiSalvo, Steven R. 681
Meeting employers' expectations: programming prioritizes soft skills students need to flourish in workplace. Brechbill, Ryan 617
More schools send freshmen abroad: giving new students opportunities for overseas travel. Botelho, Stefanie 544
No longer starring your favorite professor: professional actors--rather than professors--now deliver lectures in a noncredit, online certification course in project management in Purdue University's Engineering Professional Education program. Lacey, Kylie 111
Per-credit benefits students and bottom line: paired with tuition cut, new fee structure lets students graduate sooner. Hazlett, Brian; Bruszewski, Roger 662
Personalizing the educational experience: leveraging technology and changing campus culture are both crucial to personalizing education. 1132
Provost primer: a new book helps chief academic officers find their way. Goral, Tim Interview 1379
Reimagining college credit: lessons from early adopters of competency-based education. Negrea, Sherrie 1525
Service animal regs bite campus registration polities. Williams, Lauren 336
Should you care about Periscope? Early adopters explored possible campus use of live, mobile video over the summer. Joly, Karine 645
Stanford gets REAL with sustainable dining. 229
Transforming campuses through exceptional dining and facilities services. 215
Working with campus partners to create the optimal campus store experience: custom solutions from Follett make course materials more affordable and accessible. Wahl, Clay 558

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2021 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |