Submitted by Ann McClure on Sun, 10/16/2011 - 9:52pm
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee no longer will be known as a local commuter school, but an international research institution that fuels economic growth, helps solve the region's problems and boosts the number of college graduates in Wisconsin, Mike Lovell vowed on the eve of his inauguration as UWM's eighth chancellor.
Submitted by Ann McClure on Tue, 10/04/2011 - 7:26pm
PlattForm Higher Education announced today that Montreat College has named PlattForm Higher Education as its agency of record for the college’s adult and graduate school programs.
PlattForm Higher Education will provide Montreat College with a full range of services, including traditional media services like TV, radio and outdoor as well as interactive services such as pay-per-click, search engine optimization and cost-per-lead.
The presidential primary calendar is kicking off in just a couple months, and this is good news for those colleges and universities able to leverage the momentum of the presidential election process every four years to help gain visibility.
Visitors to the University Business website last month began seeing a redesigned site, built from the ground up to add more features and greater functionality. To give you an idea of what you'll find on the new site, I turned to Stephanie Martinez, CIO of Professional Media Group, which publishes University Business.
"The UB website was built using Drupal 7, an open-source content management system," she says. "The Drupal CMS allows us to manage content more efficiently, and it is very scalable. New features can be added easily."
Submitted by Ann McClure on Tue, 09/13/2011 - 8:20pm
Depending on who you ask, the University of Texas at Austin is either the 45th best university in the country, or it's the 186th. Texas A&M University-College Station is either the 58th, or it's the 178th. The practice of ranking colleges and universities has become pervasive, but interpreting them can be difficult since no two publications take the same approach.
Increasingly, college and university leaders are recognizing that no undergraduate education is complete without exposure to cultures outside the United States. Therefore, many institutions are striving to create a more global experience for their students, through enrolling more international students, encouraging students to study or work abroad, setting up satellite campuses in other countries, or some combination of all three.