Future of Higher Education - January 2018
Higher education institutions that clearly define admissions criteria stand to improve the applicant experience and craft more inclusive classes.
The New York Times
The U.S. Senate approved sweeping tax reform that industry leaders believe may negatively impact funding for public institutions.
Inside Higher Ed
Future College Models
A proposed update to the Higher Education Act of 1965, which prioritizes student outcomes and graduate earnings transparency, is already proving to be contentious.
The Wall Street Journal
Institutions are rolling out new programs in response to timely real-world issues, including natural disasters, alternative health treatments and entrepreneurship.
Data breaches targeted at education institutions rose 103 percent from the second half of 2016 to the first half of 2017, underscoring the importance of data governance and end user training.
EdTech: Focus on Higher Education
Just 31 percent of patients are willing to participate in clinical trials today, down from 50 percent in 2013, according to a new study.
The Association of Clinical Research Professionals
Although faced with growing financial and faculty challenges, college presidents are increasingly focused on enhancing student outcomes and degree completion, according to new research from the American Council on Education.
Higher Education Today
The president of Macomb Community College, a two-time student of the institution, comments on the need for new methods of measuring student success.
Crain’s Detroit Business
Despite exceptional high school graduation rates, rural students are less likely than their urban and suburban peers to pursue college education.
The Hechinger Report
In response to surging student demand, leading business schools are launching new courses and extracurricular opportunities targeted around the distributed ledger technology.
The recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has numerous implications for higher education institutions. In this resource, Huron experts break down the legislation’s direct and indirect effects on college and university taxes, and how to address them.
Documenting current workflows, redesigning processes and specifying roles are essential steps to achieving efficiency during cloud implementations.
In the latest episode of Huron's podcast series with EdTech Times, Salesforce.org's chief revenue officer discusses how the company collaborates with the education community to elevate the student experience.
Huron in the News
Robert Spencer, a director at Huron, discusses the steps colleges and universities should take to understand their tax liability under the new federal tax legislation.
Inside Higher Ed