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In the November issue of Business Officer magazine, discover what college and university leaders are discussing today. With more than 25,000 decision-makers in a $400 billion higher education market Business Officer magazine remains a required read for business and finance leaders in higher education.
PLANNING AND BUDGETING
Leading With a Strategic Mindset. By creating a growth-minded culture, improving financial stability, and embracing new areas of expansion, campus leaders at the University of New England-once in a tenuous position-transformed the institution into a flourishing enterprise. A key ingredient in the effectiveness of the change initiatives was the collaboration between the CBO and the university's president. In particular, the CBO was able to step outside the industry to uncover useful data points beyond the traditional metrics used in higher education.
Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education Institutions. Based on a general session at the 2016 NACUBO Annual Meeting in Montréal, this article describes the challenges that higher education institutions face-and some ways that CBOs and other leaders can better embrace the diversity and inclusion dialog on their campuses. Session panelists included Ray Suarez, journalist and author; Johnnetta Cole, museum director and education leader; and Bryan Stevenson, lawyer and activist.
Campus Unrest. Janice Abraham, president and CEO, United Educators, interviews Felicia McGinty, Rutgers University's vice chancellor for student affairs; and Mary Ontiveros, vice president for diversity at Colorado State University, to gather insight into the differences in student expression from that of years past; approaches to make student voices heard; and the kinds of preparation and understanding required today to allow dissent and debate, while ensuring that all are aware and respectful of the protocol for such expression.
On-Campus Advocates. When students face financial roadblocks and struggle to stay enrolled, the business office is on the front line, advocating for aid to keep them on the path to graduation. Five members of NACUBO's Student Financial Services Council recently answered questions about where and when financial administrators draw the line-and just say no-and ways that the business office can honor its fiduciary responsibility to the institution, while removing economic barriers to student success.
NACUBO Innovation Award case studies. Member institutions demonstrated creativity in initiatives that garnered this year's Innovation Awards. Read about the Community College of Baltimore County's multipronged approach to reduce its carbon footprint and Lasell College's collaboration efforts that have saved money, improved processes, and enhanced resources. These two case studies conclude the coverage of the 2016 Innovation Award recipients.
The final deadline to reserve your advertising space in the November issue is Tuesday, October 11, as long as space remains available. Materials are due no later than September 16. You can find our 2016 Marketing kit.
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