Stefanie Botelho

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Articles by Stefanie Botelho

University Business, July 2015

Arizona State’s Global Freshman Academy begins with three online courses this coming semester.
Students can take classes for free but must pay fees to earn credits

University Business, June 2015

Campus wellness centers integrate services for the mind and body, creating a one-stop-shop for student health needs
Getting a prominent, yet free, speaker is more time-consuming than simply hiring one, but it can be the only option

University Business, May 2015

At UMBC’s Imaging Research Center, students get hands-on experience using technologies to create 3D visualizations, interactive installations and immersive media experiences. (Photos courtesy of Marlayna Demond for UMBC)
University offers students a game development track in computer science
This University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill history department building is named for former student, North Carolina secretary of state and Ku Klux Klan member William Saunders.
Students, faculty demand The University of North Carolina change name of building named for Ku Klux Klan member

University Business, April 2015

Students at UC San Diego walked out in solidarity with adjuncts at the university.
Coordinated protests on National Adjunct Walkout Day draw faculty and student support

University Business, March 2015

A December 2014 measles outbreak, which began in California’s Disneyland and has now spread to 14 states, brought national attention to the University of California system’s policy that requires vaccination only against hepatitis B
Many states not requiring immunizations for college students
Union focuses on funding, keeping faculty salary on pace with cost of living and improving job security
Colleges and universities offer tips on managing unionizing efforts on campus

University Business, February 2015

Obama administration's system based on access, affordability and outcome