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Dr. Karen L. Wooley, University Distinguished Professor of Chemistry in the College of Science at Texas A&M University, was recently named the 2021 SEC Professor of the Year by the Southeastern Conference.
Utrecht University is expanding its longtime commitment to animal-free innovations as its faculties work on groundbreaking scientific discoveries and teaches the next generation of researchers
New, intuitive tools provide self-service to campus departments, free IT to focus on other challenges
The University of Virginia’s new Karsh Institute of Democracy embraces higher education’s critical role in the country’s future.
The hidden catch that can prove expensive for university technology administrators when they switch learning management systems and how to avoid it.
UVA neurosurgeon Dr. Jeffrey Elias has successfully treated tremors and sets his sights on chronic pain.
The bachelor’s education market has grown by a brisk 22% since 2010. While universities need to understand opportunities for developing a dynamic program portfolio, they should also be aware of disciplines that are on the decline. Read the data.
Learn how Northeastern University switched from Blackboard to Canvas on a tight timeline with help from K16 Solutions.
How Utrecht University’s multidisciplinary research into the Dynamics of Youth will help improve the health, well-being and engagement of future generations.
Learn how D2L’s Brightspace customizes student experiences and drives success.
Why Stony Brook University’s research and support of Long Island residents is critical to the area’s battle against COVID-19.
The SEC has since 2012 recognized outstanding teaching and research through its SEC Faculty Achievement Awards, a program that annually honors one faculty member from each university and one overall winner for the Conference – the SEC Professor of the Year.
Learn about Iowa State’s interdisciplinary approach to developing big ideas, facilitating conversations, and promoting execution. Innovate at Iowa State is a mindset and a worldview for those who want to think—and act—beyond the traditional boundaries of education.
Why Stony Brook University’s research and support of Long Island residents is critical to the area’s battle against COVID-19.
Learn how Rice University is supporting institutions in their pursuit of developing leaders.
In spite of a difficult year marked by a pandemic and wide-spread social unrest, 20 community college students have been recognized for their academic excellence and leadership both on and off campus with the coveted All-USA Academic Team Scholarship.
Learn about Iowa State’s interdisciplinary approach to developing big ideas, facilitating conversations, and promoting execution.
Higher education is not immune to the inequity aggravated by the pandemic. Fixing it may be more complex than developing a vaccine.
Marymount is working to make diversity a shared value that’s lived by students, faculty and staff, one the administration believes will help it achieve greater unity.
The SEC is not immune to new realities brought upon by COVID-19, what with its sporting events being cancelled last spring and last fall’s competitions occurring under strict monitoring. But the SEC managed to turn the interrupted calendar into opportunities.
Read how Ottawa University upgraded its learning management system with help from K16 Solutions.
Through its Population Health Initiative, the University of Washington is working to make life better for people the world over.
Advising online students requires a different and deliberate approach. The Online Learning Advising Model, developed by Wiley Education Services, will guide universities to provide the online advising students need to succeed.
Students enrolled in data analytics programs are taking advantage of real-world experiences, adaptable curricula, and stackable certifications to gain an edge in the labor market. Learn how universities are constantly improving their degree offerings.
Bringing students back to Rice University was a carefully crafted collaboration between students, faculty and staff. Tactics ranged from constructing outdoor structures and designing a robust testing strategy to tapping public health ambassadors and safeguarding a new dining experience.
Eighteenth Century Collections Online is a library of eighteenth-century life. Not only does ECCO provide the facsimile texts of well-known, less well-known, and the unheard-of for centuries, but it enables researchers and students to search through its entire corpus.
Bringing students back to Rice University was a carefully crafted collaboration between students, faculty and staff. Tactics ranged from constructing outdoor structures and designing a robust testing strategy to tapping public health ambassadors and safeguarding a new dining experience.
Experts find that as more students rely on financial aid to cover tuition and expenses, modernizing the complex web of internal and governmental financial aid rules into transparent, seamless, and user-friendly experiences becomes more essential than ever for student recruitment and retention.
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered higher education indefinitely, and university leaders have had to adapt to a changing landscape with no guidebook. David Migliorese, Vice President of Academic Services at Wiley Education Services, discusses ways schools can use different learning methods to support students and faculty.
2020 saw educational institutions around the US switch rapidly from ‘business as usual’ to remote learning – at scale. While some institutions already had the infrastructure to thrive, many didn’t. Here’s how Morehouse College made the switch and came out on top.

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