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Monday, April 20, 2015 8:24 PM
  • Harris sworn in as South Suburban College student trustee
    SOUTH HOLLAND – South Suburban College student Terry Harris was sworn in for his first term as the new student trustee at the college’s April meeting, and welcomed to his new post by Chairman Frank Zuccarelli. 
     
  • ECC launches first sustainability fair

    ELGIN -- Elgin Community College will host its first fair aimed at teaching local entrepreneurs, students and educators how to embed sustainability into their everyday lives, a program that coincides with Earth Day.

     
  • ELGIN -- An automated fire extinguisher and a meal prep service for gyms are among the business ventures debuting next week at Judson University's first entrepreneurial competition, dubbed "Judson Shark Tank."

     
  • GLEN ELLYN -- Tuesday's clean sweep of the College of DuPage board of trustees race by the three candidates supported by Trustee Kathy Hamilton has reversed the balance of power on the board that oversees the embattled school.

     
  • LISLE  - An institute designed to provide students with the opportunity to help local businesses find solutions to a variety of real-world problems has developed from Benedictine University’s programs in business analytics. 
  • CLC celebrates start of science and engineering building
    GRAYSLAKE -- Local and state-level leaders gathered Monday to celebrate the start of construction on College of Lake County's long-awaited science and engineering building. 
  • CHICAGO -- Roosevelt University’s newly named president-elect, Ali R. Malekzadeh, plans to get up to date with the school’s revised vision for its Schaumburg campus when he succeeds Charles R. Middleton this summer. 
  • Keeping it real: How to engage ‘experienced learners’
    You’re likely to be picturing a traditional classroom setting with students sitting in orderly rows of desks that face the front of the room, a thick textbook sitting open on each desk with a teacher standing in front of the students delivering instruction.However, it is far from an accurate depiction of an appropriate setting for adult learning given the significant life experience that adults bring to learning opportunities. 
  • Companies seek to capitalize on big data
    Williams-Sonoma uses big data to determine the best way to target individual customers, whether through online ads, emails or catalogs. Amazon has leveraged big data to improve customer service. 
  • How to help the new entrepreneur succeed

    According to the Small Business Administration, there are approximately 543,000 new businesses started every month, and the vast majority of those businesses are considered “small businesses,” meaning that they each have less than 500 employees.

     
  • Fostering connectivity in education and industry
    Postsecondary education is a powerful force for career advancement, and a skilled workforce helps the region maintain its competitive advantage. By partnering with education entities and industry, higher education institutions can provide affordable access to high-quality educational opportunities that prepare students for their lives and careers by eliminating barriers and fostering innovative educational paths between levels of higher education. 
  • Four factors that drive superior business results
    Tom Carmazzi, CEO of Chicago-based Tuthill Corp., describes a turning point in his life when a colleague said to him, “Tom, you always have an agenda.” Carmazzi’s initial response was, “Isn’t that a good thing?” But then he began to understand the underlying meaning. 
  • Lewis offers myriad of adult education programs
    An interview with Leslie Jacobson, director, graduate and adult enrollment at Lewis University in Romeoville. 
  • SUGAR GROVE – Waubonsee Community College’s Marketing and Communications team has collected more recognition for its work, receiving six awards in the 30th Annual Higher Education Marketing Report’s Educational Advertising Awards competition.
      
  • GLEN ELLYN -- Claims that vendors for College of DuPage benefited from having employees sit on the school’s foundation board are being dismissed as “unwarranted” and “untrue” by the executive director of the foundation. 
 
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