Matt Zalaznick

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Matthew Zalaznick is senior associate editor for University Business magazine and its sister publication District Administration

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Articles by Matt Zalaznick

Honored programs start newcomers on the right foot to keep them in college
A biomass plant opened on Middlebury’s campus in 2009, marking a significant step toward the college’s pledge to become carbon neutral by 2016.
Endowments supporting sustainability without sacrificing returns
Officials at Antioch College, which was resurrected after being closed several years, expect to have 70 to 75 first-year students in fall 2015. Plans are beginning on a new dorm.
Antioch College this past spring graduated its first class—of 21 students—after having been closed from 2008 to 2011

University Business, July 2015

Santa Monica College hosts a festival to celebrate students from more than 100 nations who attend classes on campus.
Growing an international presence on two-year-college campuses

University Business, June 2015

The Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, also known as DKE, sued Wesleyan University after  its members were told they wouldn’t be allowed to live in their house next school year.
Gender equity or a move to shutter traditional fraternities?
Four Tufts University students went on a hunger strike during an occupation of the quad in May to protest planned cuts to the school’s janitorial staff.
At least four students stopped eating, only drinking water, while others fasted during the day to oppose the layoffs

University Business, May 2015

Seniors line up by Sweet Briar’s library prior to commencement. (Photo: Photo by Andrew Locascio/Sweet Briar College)
Colleges reset tuition, expand programs to withstand higher ed market pressures
Energy efficient, low-waste and locally-sourced dining gets institutions closer to overall environmental goals
Westfield State University’s Upvote campaign encourages positive Yik Yak messages.
UB reader survey finds administrators urging students to drown out harmful comments

University Business, April 2015

From grade 13 to college graduation: Students at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools’ Cato Middle College High School begin earning college credit in their junior year and can graduate from a 13th grade with an associate’s degree or professional certification.
Higher education aims for retention and completion boost when students come to college better prepared—and with a few course credits

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