Melissa Ezarik


United States

As managing editor of University Business since 2005, Melissa Ezarik is involved in editorial planning, feature and column article assignments and editing, and writing news stories, feature articles, and the Sense of Place department page -- with architecture/construction and facilities management of campus buildings as main editorial beats. Other writing specialities include education leadership, finance, and career/workplace issues. Find me on Twitter, @MelissaEzarik (also tweeting under @EdGateways, our new community college leadership pub, and @universitybiz).

Articles by Melissa Ezarik

Higher ed thought leaders and reader surveys provide insights into what's ahead for colleges and universities in 2015.
What will be the biggest priorities for 2015?

University Business, December 2014

Has your institution implemented an innovative student success initiative that reaches across campus departments and is getting results? Apply to be recognized by University Business' Model of Excellence.
Highlights and outcomes of the #UBsuccess Twitter chat

University Business, October 2014

The future Lassonde Studios at The University of Utah.
New buildings at The University of Utah, The University of Nevada, Reno and Endicott College

University Business, August 2014

The George Washington University and American University working toward carbon neutrality

University Business, July 2014

Also: University of Indianapolis' $28M Health Pavilion and Wabash College's new housing complex
What to know about current accessibility standards for campus building and renovation projects

University Business, May 2014

Also: New buildings at Nova Southeastern University and The University of Texas at San Antonio

University Business, March 2014

The future Public Safety Institute at Eastern Florida State College.
Projects also underway at Kennebec Valley Community College and Ocean County College
A high-demand winter course at Long Beach City College will cost residents $225.
California testing new rates for more popular courses