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Mar 2016
For the university, one of the greatest opportunities and greatest challenges is to determine how to promote technology usage on campus. Pooling their experiences, they identified three strategic areas to target: 1) Incenting faculty usage of technology in the classroom; 2) Engaging faculty in the technology decision-making process; and 3) Ensuring appropriate policies and practices are in place.

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Mar 2016
Five institutions formed a working group to collectively explore financial indicators of student success. Chaired by Jodi Levine, Temple University’s Vice Provost, Office of Academic Affairs, Assessment & Institutional Research, the group also included teams from Florida International University (FIU), Georgia State University (GSU), Portland State University (PSU) and the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).

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Mar 2016
This document, one in a series of reports from the Transformational Planning Grant (TPG) project, examines removing campus bottlenecks that slow student progress and block pathways to student success and timely, cost effective degree completion.

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Mar 2016
The Project Degree Completion Award rewards and bolsters the efforts of public universities that are successfully improving the retention and graduation of students; collect effective campus-based models from successful public universities for other institutions to use to increase student retention and graduation; and mobilize all colleges and universities to prioritize improving student retention and graduation outcomes.

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Mar 2016
The Healthy Food Systems, Healthy People initiative calls for collaborations and integration among agriculture, food, nutrition, and health care systems that have never before been explored or optimized. Working across these systems and developing solutions that combine multidisciplinary research and education efforts is a new and essential way to approach the issues facing human health and chronic disease prevention.

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