May 2016 / Vol. 49, No. 10
Energy reduction efforts are resulting in not only a dramatic rebalancing of power sourcing but also deferred maintenance removal and hands-on learning labs in science and business academics. Full Story »
Once considered a risky move, relocating in-house services to the cloud is increasingly appealing to higher education institutions.
By becoming conscious of the connotation of their messages, leaders can communicate in ways that can truly engage and motivate employees to perform to their highest potential, says Stephen Young, NACUBO’s 2016 Leadership Series speaker.
Dilemma á Deux
Based on decades-old financial structures, higher education institutions on both sides of the North American border are being asked to do more with less.
Bonus Online Content
Vanderbilt University ends the use of coal on campus, moving to a cost- and energy- efficient natural gas cogeneration system.
Services Now Up in the Air
The University of Maryland Baltimore County has steadily expanded its transition to cloud services.
Follow these simple steps to plan your institution’s system and infrastructure.
- Tuition Discount Rates Reach New Record Level in 2015-16
- ED Offers Supplemental Cash Management Guidance
- Federal Agencies Release Guidance on Civil Rights Protections for Transgender Students
- 2016 CAO and CBO Collaborations
August 1-2, 2016
- 2016 Planning and Budgeting Forum
September 19-20, 2016
- 2016 Managerial Analysis and Decision Support
November 17-18, 2016
- ON-DEMAND: The Clery Act: Strategic Planning to Mitigate Institutional Risk
- ON-DEMAND: Title IX: Key Issues Surrounding Institutional Compliance
- ON-DEMAND: Containing Cost and Risk with Renewables – the Power Purchase Agreement Story
- ON-DEMAND: NACUBO Live! Higher Education Accounting Forum
- ON-DEMAND: Are Hedge Funds and Private Equity Right for You? An Analysis of Alternative Investments
- ON-DEMAND: Responsibility Center Management: Two Different Perspectives