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

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
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
University of Maryland and the University of Minnesota have eliminated race from some suspect descriptions in crime alerts.
Descriptions limited to race offend students, do little to help track down suspects

University Business, March 2015

How making an investment in football and other athletic programs are paying off for colleges and universities
Columbia College in Missouri is vastly expanding its athletics program, but  officials have no plans to add a football program.
Columbia College expands into several other sports to boost campus energy
The latest NACUBO-Commonfund Study of Endowments shows college increasing spending from their endowments. (Click to enlarge)
Average rate of return for endowments rises for second straight year

University Business, February 2015

Around the country, institutions are merging at a slower pace, with some proposals facing local backlash

University Business, January 2015

Wi-FI, academic technology and data security will see big investments in 2015. (Click to enlarge graphic)
A more robust, post-MOOC phase of online learning on the horizon in higher ed
Nearly half of higher ed leaders surveyed expect overall tech spending to increase at their schools