Fueled by major gifts, employer demand, and enrollment growth, dozens of engineering schools across the country are undergoing or planning major expansions. Others are starting from scratch. "Make no little plans.” So urged Daniel Hudson Burnham, the visionary architect who oversaw construction of the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair. Dozens of engineering schools have lately … [Read More...] about Building Boom
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Collecting data on everything from attendance and quiz scores to library visits, schools bolster at-risk students long before they stumble. At East Carolina University, … [Read More...] about Heads Up!