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Campuses minimize carbon footprint and reliance on utilities and conserve water with Doosan Fuel Cell

When leadership at California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) recently decided to upgrade the campus’s energy system, the goal was to adhere to rigorous state sustainability mandates and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Projector installation on Florida campus brings  cost savings and better viewer experience

Most organizations have five-year plans for rolling out new technology, but for University of South Florida Health center, sooner is definitely better, especially since the institution is already seeing tangible benefits of its newest equipment—Sony’s laser light source projection technology.

Brescia University upgrades to Jive Communications hosted phone system for a better user experience

Frequent downtime. Lengthy change processes. Complicated pricing structure. These were just a few of the issues of Brescia University’s phone system in use prior to 2014.

AcademicWorks streamlines award application and distribution process at Auburn University

Hundreds of scholarships are awarded at the university, college and department levels at Auburn University in Alabama. Prior to spring 2013, there was no central scholarship management process for the institution’s 27,287 students and 13 colleges and schools.

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has been recognized as the third greenest college in America — and the greenest college in Wisconsin — by the Sierra Club, the largest grassroots environmental organization in the country. The Sierra Club noted the university’s success in water and energy conservation, wind-powered electricity and recycling.

Don Smith

From tuition payments at the bursar’s office to book
purchases at the campus store, there is frequent credit
card and debit card activity at higher ed institutions. And a
big change in the world of card-based payments has come
about in the form of EMV.

When scientists embark on a mission to provide free educational materials on a global scale, video becomes the most critical piece, especially with the Global Educational Outreach for Science Engineering and Technology (GEOSET) initiative. Established in 2006 by the 1996 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, Sir Harold Kroto, GEOSET produces educational content for student class projects, science experiments, teacher support, supplements for a digital CV and many more productions. It also connects to around 50 partner institutions and organizations around the world.

As more business documents are converted to digital files – and mobile information access becomes a way of life for the students, faculty and staff of the millennial generation – innovative institutions are going beyond simple paperless operations. They are exploring creative ways to automate, optimize and transform business processes for student success and operational efficiency.

The leadership team at Sam Houston State University has created an award-winning professional development program for its staff aimed at maximizing employee potential and enhancing effective leadership, as part of the university’s strategic goal to foster “a lifelong learning environment in support of a diverse faculty and staff who are excellent scholars, educators and professionals.” What does it take to build an award-winning program from the ground up? And how do you do it with a small staff and a lean budget?

Nicole Nesrsta

The notion of doing more with less—less budget, less time, fewer resources—has been the mantra in many IT departments for some time. But the institution leaders gathering at this year’s EDUCAUSE Annual Conference are now more concerned with: “How can I do something different to get more value with the resources I have?”

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