Vol. 19 Nbr. 9, September 2016
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- Four things to know about the adjunct faculty labor movement.
- Future shock: instilling college ready writing skills.
- How UMUC reduced IT hardware by 97 percent.
- Achieving faculty buy-in for active learning technologies: university team and Macmillan Learning partner to develop student engagement solutions.
- Prescription for the doctor shortage: a medical college finds an innovative way to bring physicians to underserved populations.
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- Safe haven for sobriety: campus recovery centers help recovering students find camaraderie, support.
- Millennial demand drives badging expansion.
- Four-year housing trend takes off at NY community college.
- Family nights at Des Moines Area Community College, Urban Campus: at a glance.
- Campus groundbreakings.
- Simplifying operations with a universal technology infrastructure: California institution system partners with AT&T for large-scale network management.
- Modernizing administrative workflows in higher education: strategies for making business processes more efficient.
- Bringing back male students: strategic and tactical opportunities to regain gender balance in enrollment.
- Meeting new students' digital expectations: survey provides insight into how prospects want to be reached.
- Inside look: stadiums: premium fan experiences and high-tech connectivity among the trends.
- Celebrating excellence: award-winning institutions honored at Models of Excellence dinner at NACUBO.
- Assault prevention progress: five considerations for improving sexual assault policies.
- Adaptive learning: clearing the hurdles: overcoming six challenges encountered in implementing adaptive learning.
- Partners in housing: on campuses across the nation, public-private partnerships are revitalizing student housing.
- Transitions require a positive outlook: a university president faces higher ed challenges by focusing on what's working.
- Experiments in engaging alumni of online programs: how does an institution connect with graduates who have never been on campus?