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For the second year in a row, all member institutions have been designated by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education as doctoral universities holding the highest level of research activity.
Every 65 seconds, someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer’s. Indiana University is working to stop the clock on this disease.
Expanding program offerings is essential for colleges and universities to leverage new opportunities. The programmatic analysis process empowers leaders to make informed decisions during portfolio planning. Learn how your institution can execute strategic program development for continued success.
As college campuses continue to diversify, higher education institutions must develop programs and resources that aim to provide an equally transformative undergraduate experience for all students.
How new technology can help your overburdened campus mail center and make student life a little easier.
Lifelong learning is essential for a successful career, which creates opportunities for universities to empower more students to achieve their goals. Explore trends that are enabling higher education institutions to personalize the student journey, strengthen outcomes, and sustain enduring success.
The SEC is home to more than top-notch intercollegiate athletics programs. It also houses a bevy of distinguished activities that allow its students to showcase, compete and further their education in various capacities.
The 1819 Innovation Hub is the face of UC’s efforts to drive investment in the city, and its approach to intellectual property is changing the way Ohio’s academic institutions work with faculty, students, entrepreneurs and investors to spark new businesses.
One year after announcing one of the nation’s most generous financial aid initiatives, Rice University reflects on the impact of the initiative, the Rice Investment, including a significant increase in applicants and the number of students benefiting from need-based aid.
As the lifelong learner evolves and information is more accessible than ever, Rice University in Houston discovers ways to anticipate the future of work, remove educational access barriers and design continuing education programs for careers that span beyond 60 years.
The Southeastern Conference may garner most of its attention for achievements in the sports arena, but like most academic entities, the SEC is built on a strong foundation of teaching and research. 
Cloud ERP implementation can help higher education institutions transform to a modern campus-wide operating model that presents new opportunities for growth and innovative ways. To achieve sustained value, the cloud migration strategy should incorporate a future-focused plan for continuous improvement.
Welcome to the Learner Revolution, where traditional and nontraditional students have more control over how, when and where they learn. Retention, graduation and student success are now a shared responsibility between learners and institutions.
In this white paper series part three of three, alternatives to legacy credentials are introduced as a means to better serve the future adult learners who seek relevant skills rather than traditional degrees. 
From data security to clean energy, take a look inside Stony Brook’s unique partnership with a Department of Energy laboratory— projects that answer the most pressing scientific questions, research opportunities for students and collaboration among the world’s brightest minds.
Today's world can be volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous especially as globalization and technology are dramatically evolving, impacting every industry. How do leaders manage their organizations and team members to create a safe and productive space that thrives?
The traditions of higher education, whose origins date back hundreds of years, are to be honored. But more and more, university leaders are realizing that its one-size-fits-all structure may no longer be adequate or efficient for 21st century students.
For the first time in conference history, all member institutions have been designated by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education as doctoral universities holding the highest level of research activity.
In this white paper series part two of three, universities and industry leaders discuss moving toward a more agile admissions process to better accommodate growing numbers of working adult students.
Demographic projections for the next ten-plus years illustrate that college and university leaders must begin the planning process for enrollment in the 2020s right now by further differentiating their offerings to the distinct needs of new sets of students.
Although SEC athletic accomplishments tend to garner the national spotlight, the conference is also busy creating unique initiatives to champion the academic achievements of its 14 member universities.
In this white paper series part two of three, universities and industry leaders discuss moving toward a more agile admissions process to better accommodate growing numbers of working adult students.
Demographic shifts and cost pressures mean that institutions must think about the business of teaching in new ways—with renewed urgency. Amidst these uncertain times, institutions are using analytics to increase efficiency without sacrificing educational quality.
Welcome to the Learner Revolution, where traditional and nontraditional students have more control over how, when and where they learn. Retention, graduation and student success are now a shared responsibility between learners and institutions.
The unique approach of investing in the institution to foster greater results changed the course of Lipscomb University.
Concerns over the public health posed by zoonotic diseases and food safety have prompted City University of Hong Kong to establish Hong Kong’s first and only college for veterinary medicine.
Rather than solely compete for the attention of the 3-million-plus students who graduate from high-school each year, college leaders should aim to satisfy the demand for learning among adults. The market opportunity is staggering.
Amaravati, India, is being redesigned as one of the world’s most sustainable and smart cities. The city’s university has chosen Dr. Jamshed Bharucha, a distinguished academic in the United States, as its inaugural leader to guide it into the future.
Due to a unique model of educational opportunity, young women in Qatar are being encouraged to enter and compete within the traditionally male-dominated fields of STEM 
Students explore conflict zones around the world with fully funded program at Georgetown’s Qatar campus
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