Future of Higher Education - June 2017
A look at findings from a survey of higher education leaders, this brief explores five ways cloud technology and student expectations are impacting institutions.
This report found that even though many Pell Grant recipients are qualified to attend selective universities, a majority enroll at open-access colleges with low graduation rats.
Timothy Tracy from the University of Kentucky discussed student success at this year's American Council of Education (ACE) conference.
Future College Models
Digital Learning Compass's "Distance Education Enrollment Report 2017" found that online education continues to grow, even though the number of students enrolled in college has declined.
Inside Higher Ed
Leaders in higher education should carefully consider time and resource factors when establishing an appropriate plan for moving to the cloud.
Michigan State University has developed policies and procedures to aid information technology (IT) officers in evaluating products' accessibility for users with disabilities.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Announced a new grants policy that would distribute funding across more investigators by limiting the number of R01 awards for which a researcher is eligible.
Association of American Medical Colleges
WIRB and Huron are working together to help institutions that do clinical research related to developing new pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
While shared service may seem like an undertaking, you might be surprised to find that it's already happening at your university.
Colleges and universities around the globe strive to develop a perfect formula for student success. Governance can help bring institutions closer to that goal.
Research sponsored by McGraw-Hill Education found that most college students don't feel prepared to enter the professional workforce.
Huron in the News
The proposal of a new $5 million annual financial aid program aims to keep top students in Wisconsin with merit scholarships.
Wisconsin State Journal