Faculty

With Help from Datatel, an Idaho College Opens for Business

The College of Western Idaho managed its dramatic growth with Datatel's Colleague suite of software

The College of Western Idaho was still more than a year away from holding its first class. A thousand details needed to be resolved. Not least among them was the installation of a computer network that would serve the fledgling college’s seven campuses.

Grove City College and HP Partner on Student and Faculty Laptop Program

Strategic plan -- leveraging leading-edge technology -- transforms campus with accessible IT environment
 

Conversations

SAP sponsored a series of Q&A interviews with leading educators about their enterprise-wide IT initiatives.

Stephen D. Golding Executive Director, HopkinsOne Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins Researches the Ideal ERP System

DIVERSE ORGANIZATION TAPS SAP SOFTWARE TO INTERGRATE HIGHER ED AND HEALTH CARE IT NETWORK

Tech Talk: What Has HR Done Lately?

Examining new and more traditional technologies for increased efficiencies

WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME your human resources department explored new technology or brainstormed creative ways to maximize existing software? Many months ago? Last year? Maybe longer?

More Ways to Support Your Institution's Experts

It's one thing to get the press to call on your institution's experts. It's another to make sure those experts truly feel comfortable in a media interview. How are institutions are getting the job done?

Down Economy Presents Opportunity for Private, Market-Funded Universities

In the fallout of significant budget cuts at public universities, it's difficult to see a bright spot. Programs are being eliminated, salaries are frozen, faculty furloughed, and institutions with a strong history of serving their communities are forced to make bone-deep cuts. There is, however, a solution that can help us navigate through this crisis and we're seeing it at work: private, market-driven institutions of higher education.

POSITIONED TO THRIVE: Higher Ed in the Recession

How colleges and universities are working together to be stronger during tough economic times
 

SINCE WORLD WAR I, FORT ORD IN SALINAS, CALIF., HAD BEEN AN ARMY training facility and artillery target range. Today, 15 years after the army left, the property’s main feature is a growing regional university—California State University, Monterey Bay.

Work: The Forgotten Resource

Maximizing student employment opportunities
 

IN THE MEDIA, FINANCIAL aid coverage tends to focus on topics such as the tensions between funding merit scholarships versus need-based grants, the growth in student and parent borrowing, and the need to increase funding for Federal Pell Grants. Federal or state work-study programs get little focus.

Creative Competition

How to infuse creativity in faculty and liberal arts institutions

As we look across the landscape of private liberal arts education in the United States, we understand that change comes slowly. Recently there have been a spate of writings about the need to develop more creativity in the graduates of our colleges, and in the faculty and the way they teach at those smaller institutions. Howard Gardner of Harvard writes about the five minds necessary for the future; one of them is “the creative mind.”

Recruitment Is Possible Despite PhD Shortage

How one business school has made itself attractive to faculty candidates
 

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