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Tulane Automates Its Procurement Processes

The university in New Orleans chose SciQuest to implement new procurement software programs.

Texarkana College Saves $1 Million With New ERP

After adopting the Jenzabar EX enterprise resource planning system, the college was able to bring the staff to manage it in-house.

UC Berkeley Opens Doors to Transfer Students from Free, Online University

Top-performing students of the non-profit, free, online institution University of the People will be eligible to transfer to the University of California, Berkeley to complete their degrees.

U California Davis Launches Computer Science Curriculum for Grades 1-12

The Center for Integrated Computing and STEM Education at the University of California Davis has launched a computer science curriculum for use in grades 1-12 across the United States.



New Game-Based App Educates Students on Campus Violence, Harassment

Colleges and universities can get U of Nine, a new mobile app that engages students in social trivia games on topics like sexual violence and harassment, for free.

Campus Management Intros Strategic Solutions Practice

A new consultative service from Campus Management offers to help colleges and universities better prepare for and utilize technology.

Research: Flipped Learning for ESL Students Shows Potential

The use of the "flipped" model of instruction for English-as-a-second-language (ESL) college students can improve their autonomous learning skills, according to the results of a small research project that took place in Tomsk, Russia.

California CCs Finds Its Fee Waiver Program 'Most Effective' in Country

In a comparison done internally, the country's largest community college system found that it is the most successful in supplying college access to needy students.

Report: Education Leaders, Staff Want more Individualization

The education and research sector is facing the same challenges as every other industry in personalizing the experiences of its customers and employees. Four in five education leaders report that their users want more individualization, as do their staff members, but 73 percent consider meeting that demand a "growing challenge." These findings surfaced in a survey among 300 C-level executives in North America in 10 industries by Oracle, a company invested in industry and the public sector moving to the cloud.

College Gamers Battle for Scholarships

Higher ed e-sports programs are scoring big-time. Not only have the University of California, Irvine and Ohio's Miami University recently announced the launch of new e-sports initiatives, but also a company that caters to gamers is kicking off a new college scholarship program for them.

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