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Dining providers on niche dining challenges

April, 2018

In your experience, what is the biggest challenge for college dining halls in operating separate locations or kitchen areas dedicated to serving students with special diets?

Colleges create mindful menus

April, 2018
SAFE GRAB-AND-GO—Nourish, an allergen-friendly kitchen, opened at Carnegie Mellon University this school year. Students with “top 8” allergies can safely enjoy a variety of items that are prepared and sealed in a dedicated kitchen by food service staff who have had special training on allergens and cross-contact prevention. Nourish grab-and-go items are available at five additional dining locations on campus as well.

Here are four strategies to successfully address and manage special dietary needs on campus.

Industry News: Over 20 educational institutions have recently licensed Prey Anti-Theft

February, 2018

Wesleyan University (Connecticut), Lakeshore Technical College (Wisconsin) and 21 other institutions have recently licensed Prey Anti-Theft to protect their mobile devices.

Colleges that reduce food waste help feed the hungry, save money

February, 2018
FOOD RECOVERY HIERARCHY–The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Food Recovery Hierarchy prioritizes actions colleges and universities can take to prevent and divert wasted food. Each tier focuses on different management strategies. The top levels are the best ways to prevent waste because they create the most benefits for the environment, society and the economy. (Source: EPA; UBmag.me/feed).

College students are responsible for about 22 million pounds of the waste, according to the Food Recovery Network, a student-operated movement to fight hunger in the U.S.

Boise State University builds Honors College and Sawtooth Hall

January, 2018
THE CENTER OF IT ALL—The new facility at Boise State is not only located at the center of campus but lies directly across from the Student Union. Students enrolled in the Honors College benefit from small classroom sizes of 25 or fewer attendees and participate in meetings with business leaders, ambassadors and world-renowned speakers.

A new 656-bed, five-story building offering Wi-Fi access and HD cable now stands near the center of Boise State’s campus in Idaho.

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6/27/2018

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5/25/2018

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5/14/2018

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5/10/2018

Predictive analytics can serve as the foundation of student success efforts. By drawing together data from disparate campus sources and systems, predictive analytics software can enable institutional leaders to predict the likelihood of student attrition, identify at-risk students, and match them with the right resources that can help them succeed.

5/2/2018

Today’s students have expectations that their courses provide flexible, easy-to-access video content and blended learning environments, but implementing video such as lecture capture platforms at scale across campus—and in a way that drives student success—can be challenging.