Content Type: Study
Campuses often see energy consumption and costs slowly escalate throughout a building’s lifetime. Many levers are available for managing energy costs in colleges and universities.
This study will help you clarify how faculty and academic units can support campus-wide student success initiatives.
Across the globe, higher education institutions are under pressure to deliver on a promise of graduate employability and outcomes. This report profiles strategies deployed by UK, US, and Canadian higher education institutions to leverage alumni to improve student skills and gradate outcomes.
This briefing outlines current thinking and approaches to team science, including the benefits and challenges associated with research collaborations.
Facilities leaders can use these proven early designand construction strategies to extend the life ofinstitutional assets.
Our briefing outlines how academic leaders can enhance quality by reallocating resources from lower impact activities to higher impact, mission-aligned priorities.
To meet ever-growing campaign goals and fill budget gaps, advancement leaders have realized their domestic fundraising strategies aren’t enough. Learn about the staffing models and organizational structures that are right for engaging international alumni and prospects.
Executive Summary Beyond the counseling center, many other departments, faculty, and staff across campus are experiencing increased demand for well-being support.National data shows that counseling center utilization has grown five times faster than enrollment. Changing social norms, shifting demographics, and intensified external pressures are all factors contributing to the collective surge of demand. By all […]
Competition for employment among recent graduates is fiercer than ever and expectations for new hires are high. This study explores opportunities for student affairs departments to help students develop workforce skills outside the classroom.
Use this toolkit for resources to support a more effective review and revitalization of your campus’s academic program portfolio.