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    Nicole Rupersburg

    Nicole Rupersburg is a content and conference producer for influence group focused on education healthcare and hospitality. She also is a frequent freelance writer covering food, travel, arts, culture, and what-have-you.
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    Using the WELL Health-Safety Rating to Fully Reopen Campus with Confidence

    As colleges and universities prepare to bring students, faculty, and staff back for full-time, in-person learning this fall, a question still lingers over how to do so most safely. Rising vaccination rates and falling cases are of course...

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    4 Ways Facilities Leaders Can Impact the Future of Higher Ed

    When thinking of the college experience, one might envision dorms full of coeds, large lecture halls, and picturesque campuses. And each of these elements fall within the purview of the facilities department.

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    The New Leadership Role of Facilities Officers

    Gordian has released their annual “State of Facilities in Higher Education” report for 2021 and, as you may expect, things have changed a lot since their last edition.

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    Evaluating Facilities Outsourcing Options

    “With everything going on in the world today, one of the big topics of discussion for facilities leaders right now is evaluating outsourcing,” said Brian Reyes, SVP of Higher Education for C&W Services, as he kicked off an informative session on...

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    The State of Higher Ed Facilities: Where Things Stand Right Now

    At HEFFv 2.0, we brought together a lively panel of senior facilities leaders to kick off the event in a state-of-the-industry-style discussion. This conversation, moderated by Pete Zuraw, VP of Market Strategy & Development at Gordian, focused...

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    Flexibility and Empathy are What Facilities Leaders Need as Campus Reopens

    On July 9, the Higher Ed Facilities Forum held its first-ever virtual meeting for facilities leaders across the country, HEFFv. As campuses prepare for the fall, outlining plans for reopening while constantly reacting to the ever-changing reality...

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