June 2015 / Vol. , No.
With little national data available on graduate-level tuition elasticity, Northeastern University established metrics to identify growth areas for enrollment in certain of its advanced degrees and programs. Full Story »
Complexity Made Simple
Whether transacting in Rwandan francs or Qatari riyals, Carnegie Mellon’s global locations all use the same finance system based at its Pittsburgh campus.
Export Controls in the Campus World
As institutions weigh the competing interests of research-related academic freedom and regulatory issues, trade and customs professionals advise careful review of U.S. export controls. Find out ways to craft a customized compliance program that follows protocols—and helps avoid penalties.
Bridging the Learning Divide
As higher education undergoes seismic changes, it’s imperative that institutions focus not only on providing access to all students, but also helping them find opportunities after they graduate. In an interview with Business Officer, social entrepreneur, youth advocate, and author Wes Moore, who is a keynote speaker at the NACUBO 2015 Annual Meeting, describes what needs to be done and why it is so important.
Through third-party development, Drexel University has energized the campus with housing, retail, and dining facilities. All this while maintaining a stable balance sheet and minimizing credit impact.
Bonus Online Content
A Primer on Public-Private Ventures
A study of three housing facilities at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, identified several pressures on the public-private venture model that must be carefully balanced, as well as other key factors that affect the way institutions effectively manage such partnerships.