December 2016 / Vol. 50, No. 5
Funding Them Forward
How institutions spend their endowments today directly affects access to scholarships, professional development, and other critical support for students and faculty of tomorrow.
Universities are completing ambitious revitalization projects, turning dilapidated spaces into mixed-use, live-work-play neighborhoods. Two institutions share how their initial vision turned into a community success.
Watch for EPA Compliance Gaps
With the Environmental Protection Agency’s recent fines for higher education institutions’ noncompliance, it’s time to review comprehensive efforts to close the gaps in compliance processes.
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On a Shorter Lease
To implement a space management strategy with an eye toward reducing the overall amount space in its portfolio, Rutgers University put two key practices in place: responsibility center management and systematic review of all property leases.
- Lawmakers Move Toward Affordable Care Act Repeal
- ED Issues Numerous Announcements Prior to Presidential Transition
- New Report Highlights the Benefits and Value of Higher Education
- 2017 Endowment and Debt Management Forum
February 1-3, 2017
- WEBCAST: NACUBO Live! Results of the 2016 NACUBO-Commonfund Study of Endowments
Thursday, February 2, 2017 9:15AM ET
- WEBCAST: Compliance Challenges for the New EPA Hazardous Waste Rule
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 1:00PM ET
- WEBCAST: Legislative Lunchcast: A 30-Minute Washington Update from NACUBO
Thursday, February 9, 2017 12:00PM ET
- ON-DEMAND: The ROI of Student Success: Practical Considerations for Measuring and Conveying the Financial Value of Student Support Services
- ON-DEMAND: The CBO's Role in Diversity and Inclusion on Campus