Matt Zalaznick


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Senior Associate Editor

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

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Articles by Matt Zalaznick

University Business, August 2014

Indiana University, Colorado State University, University of Florida and University of Michigan team up

University Business, July 2014

Exploring the shore: Roger Williams University has found a new source of revenue in tapping its scenic waterfront campus to  expand its once tiny summer programs. (Photo: Peter Silvia)<p>
New economic normal forcing smaller institutions to expand academic, business models
As loan debt increases, fundraising and endowments—but not state funding—are recovering

University Business, June 2014

Small schools led in SIS purchases, but mid-tier schools were more active in 2013.
Colleges and universities replace outdated and homegrown systems

University Business, May 2014

 Now that  more housing has come online, students at Susquehanna University must abide by the live-on-campus policy.
Students more attached to campus when required to live there

University Business, March 2014

Inmates in a study session at the Woodbourne Correctional Facility, a medium-security facility outside Ellenville, N.Y.
Bard College leading efforts to bring instruction to inmates
John Fragola (left) and Peter Grady use iPads to monitor the heat inside Dana English Hall on the Mount Carmel campus at Quinnipiac University. Both are licensed HVAC mechanics in the facilities department.
From facilities to IT to public safety, departments are equipping employees with mobile devices to work from anywhere on campus

University Business, January 2014

Colleges find efficiencies—and a dose of nostalgia—in repurposing rather than rebuilding facilities

University Business, November 2013

College presidents are using Twitter to interact with students and faculty.
Active use of Twitter and Facebook may become a job requirement, a new study says