Antioch University New England, a small, private, mostly graduate-level college, said it expects to go carbon-neutral by the year 2020.
Over the last two decades, there have been few, if any, academic institutions that have not built new classrooms and integrated advanced classroom technology in them. Many of these undertakings have been successful in several respects. Unfortunately and all too frequently, however, there have been stories of disaster as well.
The University of Notre Dame has gone public with its installation of a high performance cluster for its scientific research computing work, adding a nearly 6,000 core cluster to its Center for Research Computing.
Stony Brook University in New York has deployed a passive optical network (PON) in its Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology.
When a new building was planned for 102-year-old Montclair State University, it presented an opportunity to incorporate advanced audiovisual technologies to enrich and support student learning.
At the encouragement of its student government association, Georgia College & State University in Milledgeville launched digital signage to help community announcements stand out.
A $17,000 project at Trevecca Nazarene University is expected to reduce energy usage by about 15 percent in one building on the Nashville, TN campus.
A comeback has begun for the global IT tech sector, according to a quarterly economic report released Friday by Forrester Research.
What does Scott Walker, a 20-year veteran of AV in higher education, have against lecture halls? Campus Technology spoke to him to find out.