There have been continuous outcries in recent years for colleges and universities to lower their costs, yet in almost every area those costs continue to rise.
Five years after the Great Recession’s official end, higher ed endowments and fundraising are finally recovering, but there is no rising financial tide that’s lifting all boats—especially small...
Ball State University has selected Paul W. Ferguson as its 15th president.
Cultivating a campus culture that embodies both global diversity and interconnectivity should be central to the mission of universities today.
In today’s higher ed world, no department can work in a vacuum, least of all IT.
It would be very easy to be jaded about the future of higher education if it were not for the fact that those who serve this industry view it as a calling.
College sports has long had its share of scandals, including rape charges against players and coaches, illegal payments to athletes, academic fraud and point shaving, to name a few.
The Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) voted unanimously in March to implement GASB Statement No. 68, Accounting and Financial Reporting for Pensions.
As HR professionals, you track all sorts of activities—such as onboarding and employee turnover. While these types of production metrics are important, HR needs to start measuring the effectiveness of its own programs and activities.
The University of Akron in Ohio has selected Scott L. Scarborough, now provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at The University of Toledo, as its next president.
Technology continues to change the way learning and assessment are conducted in higher education.
By now, big data and learning analytics are familiar buzz words for anyone working in higher education.
Back in 2010, John Carroll University did not have a content management system (CMS) to centrally update and maintain its web presence. “It was a mess and we needed help,” says Mike Richwalsky, the university’s senior director of creative services and e-marketing.