Industry News

One sexual assault is too many, which is why the Obama Administration and the U.S. Department of Education are playing a strong role in working to address and prevent sexual assault on college campuses.

4/9/2015

KualiCo announces the latest release of its SaaS-delivered KualiCo Grant & Research Management product. This latest release provides a streamlined, more intuitive process for developing grant and research proposals and their accompanying budgets.

4/8/2015

Campus Management Corp., a provider of enterprise software products and services for higher education, announced that it has acquired IDenizen Smartware Pvt. Ltd., a technology company based in Bangalore, India.

4/8/2015

With a $30M lead gift in 2004, Evelyn and Ernest Rady and the Rady Family Foundation helped establish University of California San Diego’s entrepreneurial business school—the Rady School of Management. They also contributed $5M toward the expansion of the business school’s campus, and gave other significant gifts.

4/8/2015

InsideTrack, a student success organization, and Chegg, the Student Hub, announced a partnership to bring professional career coaching directly to students.

4/7/2015

Drexel University recently partnered up with the Free Library of Philadelphia to roll out vending machines that lets library card toting users check out an iPad for up to 4 hours of use. Remember being able to check out movies and CDs from public libraries? It’s just like that, but with a modern twist.

4/7/2015

Pearson announced a partnership with the University of California at Riverside’s Bourns College of Engineering. The partnership will grow current online engineering degree programs, with specializations in bioengineering, electrical engineering (power systems), environmental engineering systems (water), materials at the nanoscale, and mechanical engineering.

4/7/2015

Valore announced the acquisition of Boundless, a digital publisher and platform that offers millions of students and teachers customizable textbooks, teaching resources and learning tools.

4/7/2015

Sidewalk, a software provider focused on reducing the cost of college for students, announced the launch of Hero, a brand new platform providing unprecedented content cost transparency for faculty, college bookstores and students nationwide. The new software is anticipated to be installed in 200 universities this year.

4/6/2015

NACAS, the largest auxiliary and ancillary services support organization serving higher education, released the following statement regarding Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act.

4/6/2015

The Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences' College of Osteopathic Medicine, the largest medical school in Missouri and 10th largest medical school in the country, received approval from the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation to develop an additional medical school campus in Joplin, Mo.

4/3/2015

Consumers Energy is working to encourage college graduates to stay and work in Michigan by collaborating with the state's largest university to provide top educational and professional opportunities.

4/3/2015

Balfour Beatty Campus Solutions, a developer and operator of infrastructure projects for the college market, announced it is has reached financial close on a $54M project to design, build, finance and operate an on-campus mixed-use housing and retail development for The University of Texas at Dallas through a public/private partnership.

4/3/2015

Sightlines, a company helping academic institutions better manage facilities and capital investment strategies, has introduced a customized service to help colleges and universities increase space utilization and make more efficient use of campus buildings.

4/2/2015

To help colleges and universities combat these critical issues, Scenario Learning, LLC announces a new suite of courses – specifically designed for students – in its SafeColleges Online Training System.

4/2/2015

Pages