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Washington Update: Education and a Preview of the 2016 Election

During the primaries we received a glimpse of some the education and related policy positions or proposals of each of the two presumptive nominees.

Zika in the United States

College and university officials in potentially affected regions of the country can take steps to prevent the spread of the mosquito-borne virus to their campus communities and surrounding neighborhoods.

Helping Veterans Earn Training for Full-Time Civilian Careers

Today, veterans are returning to civilian life by the tens of thousands, eager to apply their highly refined talents in sustainable careers.

Obama's Last Education Budget Proposal: Building a Legacy

In the last year of a two-term presidency, the sitting president proposes his last budget for the upcoming fiscal year. President Obama announced his last proposed budget on Tuesday, February 8, 2016.

College Fundraising at a Crossroads

How can today’s colleges and universities best support what they do and raise the funds to make it possible?

It's Not Just Puppy Love

Unity College students raise service dogs on campus in Guiding Eyes for the Blind partnership.

Preparing Your Building for Winter From Roof to Foundation

Routine inspections in the fall can prevent costly repairs in the future.

Washington Update: Where Do Things Stand?

One could say several things have happened in Congress, and others might say nothing has really moved in Congress. And that is determined by your point of view.



5 Keys to Space Management on College Campuses

Colleges and universities have always treated learning environments as crucial ingredients in the academic experience they create for students, faculty and researchers.

Establishing Real Thought Leadership: Why Educators are a Natural Fit in A Virtual World

Considering that the job of an educator is to educate, there's probably no more suitable field for establishing real thought leadership.

Can Higher Education Leaders Tap Into Their Business Sides?

Colleges and universities are doggedly protecting their missions and values, but they also understand that they must watch the bottom line, be creative and entrepreneurial about what they do, and remain highly conscious about how they are faring in the education marketplace.

As the Rich Get Richer, What’s a ‘Poor’ College to Do?

The wealth inequality gap is having an impact on higher education.

Five Must-Do Safety Tips in Architectural Design

There are five must-do safety tips for communities and schools to consider when they are upgrading and building new systems.

Calling the Question: Collaboration as Systemic Change

Collaboration between institutions - from the local to the national scale - is emerging as an efficient and politically adept way to strengthen participating colleges over the long term by making changes in common that would not be possible to contemplate alone.

With an institution's vast stores of personal data and valuable research, are you concerned about cyberattack?



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