Table of Contents: University Business, April 2014

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Models of Efficiency

Models of Efficiency

Comptroller’s Office
Environmental, Health and Safety Office
University Information Technology Services
Computing Services and Systems Development; Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor; Housing and Food Services
Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost

Feature

Feature

Colleges and universities of every size looking to alleviate internal IT staff of “level one” support calls
Inside the growing movement to enroll high school students in college courses

Focus

Internet Technology

Dealing with data breaches can cost a university from tens of thousands of dollars up to many millions, depending on the breach and its handling.

Course Catalog

Course explores ancient and contemporary visions of the end times

Sense of Place

14,000-square-foot addition makes room for growing enrollment, adds studio space

Behind the News

Entrepreneurs bet on Bitcoin as the future of money
First HBCU Innovation and Entrepreneurship Collaborative Symposium taking place in late March
First time in four years public colleges have taken the lead
Students can check out packets of fruit and vegetable seeds

Marketing

PR professionals have an array of tools—both old and new—at their disposal

Human Resources

Developers focus on products that deliver adaptability and user-friendliness

Professional Opinion

Rollins College developing Alfond Inn to raise profile and revenues

Future Shock

For UB readers who watched the Olympic bobsled races in Sochi, there was a higher ed news story unfolding before their very eyes

People Watch

More people news: E. Gordon Gee was named West Virginia University’s permanent president

In Every Issue

On Topic

Kristen Lombardi, lead journalist on landmark sex assault report, says she's startled to see “statistics that haven’t changed in decades”

Education Innovators

Education Innovators

The need for a strong social media presence for universities and colleges continues to grow with each passing semester.

Distributed Campus

Feature

How flat-rate tuition models are being used to better serve nontraditional students

Campus Finance News

Feature

Real-time reverse auction events are helping institutions save on purchases—and making the procurement office an exciting place to be