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Innovative programs and a concerted effort by many colleges and universities are increasing enrollment of women in STEM programs and helping them to navigate careers in traditionally male-dominated jobs.
Two universities in New Jersey are experiencing growth and financial stability by developing partnerships with businesses and their communities.
How interior design can create attractive campus spaces where commuter students want to stay.
The fusion of science into business schools is restyling both learning opportunities and facilities.
The University of Rochester and Rochester Institute of Technology are collaborating to spur light and sound innovation.
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Proper event management can be highly beneficial for your institution. Join us to find out how to refine your event management process.
Come join our discussion as we dive into how the public's usage of facilities can stop being a headache and start being a positive for your institution.
Read this guide to ensure your student and facility performance doesn't waiver as a result of employee turnover.
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Improved space scheduling can generate cash for colleges and universities. Here’s how.
Patricia Malone, interim executive director, School of Professional Development and executive director, Center for Corporate Education at Stony Brook University discusses with College Planning & Management the importance of encouraging women into leadership roles and how colleges and universities can play a part in supporting gender equality in STEM.
Celebrating success is not enough. Avoid complacency in the enrollment office.
Eric Jordan, vice president, Fund Development at Calmwater Capital, speaks with College Planning & Management about the changing landscape of student housing, and the evolving role of real estate lenders in this realm.
Many of you are on the edge of your seats with the mid-term elections only a few weeks away—Tuesday, November 6. The outcome of these elections will have an effect on national, state, and local education policy and politics.
Western Washington University relied on Excel spreadsheets to manage their energy spending in the past, leaving them with no data. See how they transformed their operations, got the data they needed and saved over 200 hours per year.
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