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Searching for Savings

Facing enrollment pressures, colleges and universities will look to facilities for cost savings in 2018.

Three Ways to Manage Your Campus Network Efficiently

Inventory Management: Why JIT Flunked College

Campus Plumbing Shops: Behind the Scenes

Starting a Water-Saving Journey



Therapy Dogs on Campus: The Benefit to Students, Faculty

From helping young children read to relieving the intense stress faced by university students, dogs are an increasingly familiar part of educational programs across the country.

A New School of Thought on Collaboration Spaces

Colleges and universities can make every space on campus a learning space - corridors, outdoor spaces, entryways and more. Greater use of collaboration spaces helps prepare students for the workplace.

Five Reasons Every School Needs to Brand

A solid brand is an essential beacon for a school; one that not only unifies but also strengthens. A well-crafted school brand is key to a school's communication effectiveness.

Challenges to STEM Education and How to Overcome Them

College and universities must focus on attracting and retaining students into STEM majors to meet the demands for a skilled workforce educated in these disciplines.

Washington Update - Let’s Make a Deal: Appropriations and Other Policy Issues

Lawmakers appear to be sending early signals of independence to the Trump administration on education budget issues.

Plastic Liners, Oatmeal and Cost Savings

Reducing the number of plastic trash can liners used on your campus is good for sustainability goals as well as your budget.

Washington Update. To Be or Not to Be: That is the Budget Question

The Trump administration’s “skinny budget” was submitted to Congress on March 16, 2017. The proposed budget received little support from both Republicans and Democrats, and was almost unanimously criticized by education associations, think tanks and related groups.

Has your college/university had problems with fraternity/sorority hazing on your campus?


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