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Faculty housing programs at various colleges and universities

September, 2017

Nationwide, the scope of faculty and staff housing programs varies as much as campus locations do.

College groundbreakings: Iowa State, U of North Texas, U of Cincinnati

May, 2017
Iowa State is constructing Collegiate Housing Community, a higher ed student residential and mixed-use retail space to the southwest corner of campus.

Iowa State is partnering with EdR and River Caddis Development (Memphis) to add 320,000 square feet of student residential and mixed-use retail space to the southwest corner of campus.

The campus card factory: Time for a new business model

May, 2017

Most higher ed institutions have issued plastic campus cards for decades based on a 30-year business model. Perhaps it’s time for administrators to review this process in light of current technology and dramatic shifts in generational expectations.

Higher ed Core Campus Project at Clemson University

April, 2017
CENTRAL UPGRADE—The renovation of the heart of Clemson’s higher ed campus includes a new home for the National Scholars and Major Fellows programs.

The Core Campus Project—a mixed-use addition to Clemson University—includes student housing, retail and residential dining, and is also a centralized home for the Calhoun Honors College.

Three higher ed institutions undergo construction projects

March, 2017
The Schmidt Family Complex for Academic and Athletic Excellence is a $40 million higher ed complex that's scheduled to be completed by July 2018 at Florida Atlantic University.

The newest addition to the Boca Raton campus is a 96,000-square-foot state-of-the-art football practice facility and academic space.

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10/12/2017

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9/28/2017

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9/19/2017

Like most institutions, the University of Arizona added lecture capture technology through small scale experimentation, starting at the departmental level. But in just a few years, lecture capture had taken hold and UA faculty were producing some 2TB of video every week and over 30,000 hours each year. Further complicating the situation was the wide variety of lecture capture systems from different vendors used on campus, each using different appliances and hardware, each providing different capabilities, and each requiring different levels of support. There had to be a better way.

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9/14/2017
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9/8/2017
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