Facilities Management

Read: Morgan State University’s Journey to a Smart Campus

Morgan State University’s Journey to a Smart Campus

Here’s how Morgan State University, Siemens, and the Maryland Clean Energy Center are transforming MSU and improving campus security and safety.

Read: Connected Fire Sprinkler Systems Can Minimize Building Shutdowns

Connected Fire Sprinkler Systems Can Minimize Building Shutdowns

A connected solution monitors your fire sprinkler system’s health and helps keep your campus running.

Read: Transitioning Institutional Knowledge: A Guide for Facility Teams in Education

Transitioning Institutional Knowledge: A Guide for Facility Teams in Education

Rising retirement rates for facility workers, combined with outdated document management systems, creates a perfect storm of disruption.

Read: Maryland HBCU on Path to Becoming Smart, Sustainable Campus of the Future

Maryland HBCU on Path to Becoming Smart, Sustainable Campus of the Future

Upgrades to Help Improve Infrastructure, Support Operational Excellence, and Enhance Student Living-Learning Experience

Read: Campus Safety BEST Awards

Campus Safety BEST Awards

Get your product or solution recognized by campus security, public safety, emergency management, and technology experts!

Read: Emergency Management’s Role When Campuses Respond to Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages

Emergency Management’s Role When Campuses Respond to Bomb Threats and Suspicious Packages

When there is a suspicious package or bomb threat, campus emergency management must address mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery.

Read: How Schools Are Spending Their ESSER Funds

How Schools Are Spending Their ESSER Funds

Here are the top five ways school districts have used their ESSER COVID-relief funds so far.

Read: Study Finds Schools Need Help Managing Air Quality, Disease Control

Study Finds Schools Need Help Managing Air Quality, Disease Control

A new air quality report highlights an urgent need to better support schools with infection control strategies.

Read: Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

Survey: Glass Doors and Windows Pose Significant Security Vulnerabilities on Campus

According to Campus Safety’s latest survey, 43% of participants say their glass doors and windows are the security systems most likely to fail during an unauthorized intrusion.

Read: NEA Study: 55 Percent of Teachers Want to Leave Their Profession Early

NEA Study: 55 Percent of Teachers Want to Leave Their Profession Early

NEA has found that massive staff shortages in public schools are leading to educator burnout, with more than half planning to stop teaching.

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