After a decade-long construction arms race at the nation's institutions of higher education, The New York Times looks at what happens when the creditors come calling.
Dec 15, 2012 The New York Times
A growing list of cities are banking their economic development on the medical and educational sectors, which have consistently grown over the past few decades. Aaron Renn examines why overreliance on eds and meds is problematic.
Sep 13, 2012 New Geography
Washington DC's office of planning will begin restricting Georgetown's enrollment if the university does not manage to provide housing for 100% of its undergraduates by 2016.
Oct 25, 2011 The Washington Post
Derek Thompson reports on the twenty strongest metro areas and the major factors behind their success in recovering from the recession. He concludes that the country "did not experience an even, cross-country recession."
Sep 10, 2010 The Atlantic
At the beginning of semester students are signing up for
classes and planning their degrees. Lately, a question I have been asked quite
frequently is which classes will make new planners most employable? Students
ask if computer aided design or GIS will be key. However, surveys of planning Opinion
Aug 31, 2008 By
<p>This article from <em>Governing</em> looks at the role of higher education and medical facilities in keeping urban areas alive.</p>
May 14, 2008 Governing
Across the U.S., dozens of colleges and universities are planning or building major campus expansions. Opinion
Mar 9, 2007 By