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

University Business, July 2014

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

University Business, February 2014

The Loyola platform is a one-stop shop for tracking and spending points.
One university is using incentives to engage students

University Business, January 2014

The future Judge Damon J. Keith Scholars Hall at West Virginia State University.
Also: University of Mary Washington at work on new campus center

University Business, December 2013

With its amphitheater and café, the atrium area of Bloch Executive Hall is a popular informal meeting area. It was also the scene of a dinner celebration with hundreds of guests.
Three-story, 58,000-square-foot Bloch Hall designed for active learning

University Business, November 2013

While still a place where one can study, today’s campus libraries are active spaces that offer so much more
Students at Millersville University participate in a ceremonial beam signing.
Millersville University (Pa.) replacing all 2,200 beds on campus with suite-style accommodations

University Business, October 2013

An accessible sculpture adjacent to the main entrance of The College of New Jersey's School of Education building references the early American one-room schoolhouse.
79,000-square-foot facility contains classrooms, faculty offices, and areas for hands-on science teacher training