Future of Higher Education - May 2018
Higher education institutions are learning they need to adapt to market changes or risk falling behind.
The New York Times
The shifting landscape in higher education is widening the gap between successful colleges and ones that are struggling.
The Washington Post
Future College Models
The success of the future job market relies on colleges to provide training opportunities to workers for lifelong learning.
Three liberal arts colleges in Michigan are teaming up with Google for a pilot program that offers courses using video conferencing technology to students across all three campuses.
Predictive analytics and early-alert systems are some ways universities can improve student success rates and pathways to support services.
Universities that migrated financial services online and to mobile devices have seen cuts in processing and wait times for students and faculty.
Over the past five years, 31.5 terabytes of research data and documents have been stolen on behalf of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.
The National Institutes of Health All of Us research program’s goal of sequencing the genomes of one million Americans is proving to be expensive, ambitious and time consuming.
The New York Times
Speakers at the U.S. News & World Report STEM Solutions conference outlined three approaches leaders can implement to address the education employment gap.
James Gallogly has been chosen as the University of Oklahoma’s 14th president.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Urban Institute’s new web tool breaks down student debt by state and county.
Inside Higher Ed
Enrollment declines, political pressure and competition from community colleges are prompting universities to improve the process for transfer students.
The Hechinger Report
Huron Updates and Perspectives
Why the increasing importance of tuition as a funding stream will force institutions to position themselves for a future of opportunity in a market of uncertainty.
To both maintain financial endowments and promote enrollment growth, institutions must rely upon and develop sustaining relationships with new alumni.
Joint ventures and shared services agreements are two ways higher education institutions can transform in order to offset enrollment and funding challenges.
Peter Stokes, a managing director at Huron Consulting Group, comments that while warning signs of college closures exist, accessing that information is difficult.
Boston Herald, April 25