Classrooms in Wonderland
Institutions are transforming their learning spaces into dazzling, technology-loaded rooms that spark student-centric collaboration.
Regroup From Square One
Accurately categorizing the purpose of higher education expenses—an inconsistent process across institutions—is both an art and a science. For those who want their financial statements to clearly show the costs of fulfilling their institution’s mission, it may be time to rethink what higher education functional expense definitions need to convey.
A Method to the Menu
Dining services these days are mindful of multiple concerns, from students’ specific dietary needs to the sustainability of kitchen operations.
Choosing the High Road
Bruce Weinstein, the Ethics Guy, discusses his five principles of ethical intelligence that promote integrity in relationships—not just for leaders, but for everyone.
A roundup of short news articles and useful resources for business officers
Spotlight on an institution in one of the constituent groups: small institutions, community colleges, comprehensive/doctoral institutions, or research universities
Coverage of legislation and regulatory activity that affects higher education
Profiles of individuals in roles that support the work of the chief business officer—and who represent the majority of the Business Officer reading audience
This Month's Featured Articles
- Academic Medical Centers: Mission-Centric Role Models
- On Balance
- Debt Dynamics
- Giving Talent Its Due
- High Notes in Nashville