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Making the case for campus financial literacy programs

August, 2017

Good money habits start early. The power of interest means those who start saving, investing and paying off their interest rates young have an advantage over those who wait.

As students make the transition from college to a full-time career, they face numerous important financial decisions that will impact their lives for years to come. Many, however, feel unprepared to make the choices that will help them become financially independent and able to cover their own expenses.

Ivy Tech Community College appoints new chancellor

August, 2017
Steven Combs, who was appointed chancellor of Ivy Tech Community College’s Columbus campus, plans to build a leadership team and find organizational cost-savings through shared services.

Steven Combs is taking on the role of chancellor at Ivy Tech Community College’s Columbus campus in Indiana.

UNLV and Chapman University join the hydration station trend

August, 2017
UNLV students worked with mentors provided by Food & Water Watch’s Take Back the Tap campaign to create a matching fund for station installation. (UNLV).

Hydration stations are popping up at several colleges and universities to promote environmental consciousness and healthfulness on campus.

Writing better job descriptions

August, 2017

The National Center for Women and Information Technology created a comprehensive list of tips for writing job ads that reduce unconscious bias.

Inspiring justice on campus

August, 2017
Eric F. Spina is president of the University of Dayton.

At University of Dayton, an artistic arrangement of three aligned chairs, a pulpit, an inscribed wall, a bench and the walkway that passes through it all express a shared commitment to bringing together people from diverse backgrounds to work for justice. 

Sponsored Content

8/10/2017

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8/9/2017

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In this web seminar, attendees learned how The Duck Store at the University of Oregon has transformed the shopping experience. By implementing a unified commerce platform—complete with in-store and e-commerce functionality on the front end and real-time inventory visibility, order management, CRM, business intelligence, warehouse management, marketing and financials to support it—The Duck Store now has the tools in place to efficiently manage the complexities of their multiple retail locations.

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Eric Burns, co-founder and CEO, Panopto

What are you seeing as the biggest trends in higher ed video?

In recent years, the requirements of public higher education institutions have changed drastically, increasing the pressure to modernize their IT systems. To meet those challenges, many universities are looking at available options, including the cloud.