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The Technology focus area supports the discussion and educational development of technology’s influence in today’s higher education environment.

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  • Notes & Coffee: June 18 - 24

    Catch up on this week's trending student affairs and higher ed news, including: An “education and the workforce” agency; Feds plan accreditation experimentation; As pathway market expands, enrollment outcomes diverge; Moving beyond college completion; Gainful-employment disclosure delayed again.

    Posted on June 24, 2018 at 11:26 AM by NASPA Blog
  • The 2018 NASPA Assessment and Persistence Conference

    Student affairs professionals from all across the country gathered in Baltimore, MD last week for the 2018 NASPA Assessment and Persistence Conference. Designed to promote student learning and success by strengthening assessment, improving educational quality, and developing intentional persistence programming, #APC18 was a place for those specializing in assessment to connect, and learn from those excelling in the field.

    Posted on June 22, 2018 at 11:22 AM by NASPA Blog
  • Budget Priorities in Tight Times: Who Will Take Care of Infrastructure?

    When the media learned about a large-scale enhancement to the student experience in the form of a lazy river, it became yet another example of misplaced priorities of the elite university in the view of the public. Headlines like this get blamed for reasons why states are spending less on higher education, for fear the dollars will be wasted. What isn’t making headlines is the state of need for the unexciting projects: the roofs, the HVAC systems, the inaccessible buildings to those in wheelchairs, and the rest of the behind-the -scenes infrastructure issues for institutions of higher education. Older buildings weren’t built to be ADA accessible, to have sprinkler systems, or central heating and air conditioning, so we renovate our buildings to provide modern upgrades when we have the resources. In warmer states, we spend a lot of effort keeping our buildings cool in the heat; in colder states, we do the opposite to fend off the cold. University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Associate Vice President for Operations Jeanna Mastrodicasa breaks down the issue in this post for NASPA's Public Policy Division.

    Posted on June 18, 2018 at 10:37 AM by Public Policy Division
  • Notes & Coffee: June 4 - 10

    Catch up on this week's trending student affairs and higher ed news, including: Court considers questions on loan forgiveness for defrauded students; Comeback in Compton; College and state laws are clamping down on fraternities; One person as “prosecutor, judge and jury”; Varied models in global education.

    Posted on June 10, 2018 at 02:05 PM by NASPA Blog

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