In a discussion of growing enrollments within existing facilities, experts focus on identifying and alleviating bottlenecks.
To facilitate more interactive teaching, one college considers a different type of classroom. The barriers to building it are instructive of sometimes conflicting trends in college planning.
What do administrators think about professors? That they should be move involved in campus governance, but lack the knowledge and perspective to do so, survey finds.
It is well-established that the higher education work force is aging, particularly in the upper/senior ranks of both faculty and administrators. And that higher education as an industry isn’t particularly well-equipped to purposefully prepare the next generation of leaders.
When a production company tells your president or dean it wants to profile your college or school in a national television documentary, the offer may not be what it seems.
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