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The Social Campus
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In 2013, Andy Chan, Wake Forest University vice president of personal and career development, made headlines when he argued that “‘career services’ must die.” Chan claimed that the end was (more...)
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From catching Pokémon in the real world to donning a virtual reality headset to see and feel what it was like to scale the Berlin Wall before its fall, advancements in immersive media have set the (more...)
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Andrew Piper and Chad Wellmon observe that a small subset of elite universities are disproportionately represented in the most prestigious journals in the literary humanities. This "epistemic (more...)
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What does the future of transportation have anything to do with the future of higher education? (more...)
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In 2011, when Gov. Rick Perry urged Texas universities to find a way to offer degrees for less than $10,000, many in the higher education world scoffed. Texas A&M University-Commerce leapt into (more...)
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When the Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility opened its doors at the Georgia Institute of Technology in July, it was an apt marriage of new and old. Built in partnership with Delta Air Lines, the (more...)
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From guest lectures to orientations and from alumni events to weddings, special events constitute a key part of campus life. Colleges also leverage these activities to market the campus to students, (more...)