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    Ashlee Kieler

    Ashlee Kieler is an experienced multimedia journalist based in Iowa. She is passionate about telling stories about healthcare, education, retail and a smorgasbord of other topics.
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    The Top Issues Facilities Leaders Need to Be Thinking About

    As we look to move beyond the pandemic, facilities leaders also need to confront the structural issues compounding the biggest challenges that higher ed institutions face today. 

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    Addressing Facilities Staffing and Retention Issues

    The labor shortage has hit every industry in America hard, but in higher ed facilities departments, where finding the right skilled labor and retaining non-technical staff was already a huge challenge, that pain has been especially acute.

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    Resiliency in Higher Ed Facilities, Through the Pandemic & Beyond

    Jaime Paris Boisvert has seen the evolution of technology in a number of industries. While working in telecommunications, she witnessed the slow demise of metered long-distance; then in electronic security, she saw firsthand the switch from...

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    Current and Future Trends in Access Control

    With more than a decade of experience in the world of access solutions, Jeremy Saline, senior director of business development for ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions, has special insights into what the education and healthcare industries are up against...

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    Lessons from the Pandemic & Preparing for a New School Year

    Hand sanitizers, frequent cleaning, and increased air flow are all elements facilities leaders in both K-12 and higher education implemented for the health and safety of their students, faculty, and staff when they began to return to school during...

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