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    Hannah Chenoweth

    Hannah Chenoweth is a writer for influence group. Passionate about collaborating with thought leaders in real estate, design, construction & facilities management.
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    University Facilities Leaders Tackle their Toughest Challenges

    Higher Education facilities leaders are up against an unprecedented set of challenges, fueled by aging buildings, rising backlogs of deferred maintenance, and a decade-long trend of disinvestment (And who can forget this cheery Washington Post ...

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    Inside the Facilities-Fueled Transformation of High Point University

    In higher education, facilities departments are often taken for granted. However, according to High Point University President Nido Qubein, the reality is that facilities are “one heck of an asset,” playing a huge role in the success of...

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    How Today's Students Decide Where To Go To College

    Move over, Millennials: A new generation has officially arrived on campus. While Gen Z and Millennials are close in age, there are a number of meaningful differences between them, including what they’re looking for in a prospective university.

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    How Can Facilities Leaders Enhance Campus Security?

    A culture of safety is something we can no longer take for granted on college campuses. Regardless of an institution’s size or location, preparing for the threat of an active shooter is top of mind for all university leaders.

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    For Facilities Leaders, Uncertainty Is The Great Certainty

    Between aging infrastructure, rising costs, changing demographics, and fundamental changes to the way we learn and live, higher ed facilities leaders certainly have their hands full.

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    Leadership Series: Donald Moore, Drexel University

    In his former role at Rowan University, Donald Moore led the university through the largest and most sustained growth in its history (read: $700 million in capital projects). Now the Vice President of Real Estate & Facilities at Drexel...

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