Universities

ESI’s Webinar Series on Critical Issues Facing the Higher Education Industry

May 1, 2020 / Comments Off on ESI’s Webinar Series on Critical Issues Facing the Higher Education Industry

In late April, Econsult Solutions Inc. hosted a webinar series on critical issues facing the higher education sector. When these five sessions were first conceived and scheduled, of course no one could have predicted that a global pandemic would bring travel and economy to a halt, disrupt all social and commercial activity, and leave every […]

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COVID-19 Implications for Higher Education

March 18, 2020 / Comments Off on COVID-19 Implications for Higher Education

Think back to your most vivid memories of college. (For some of us, “back” is a lot of years ago.) Tailgating before the big game and rushing the field after a big upset. Frat parties or small group Bible studies (or, for some of us, both!). 9:00am lecture hall and late-night study sessions, ugh. And of course, graduation. We […]

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New England Colleges and Universities are Facing a Diversity Problem. Here’s why it Matters.

December 13, 2019 / Comments Off on New England Colleges and Universities are Facing a Diversity Problem. Here’s why it Matters.

When it comes to regions of the United States known for higher education, few others compare to the quality and quantity of New England’s network of colleges and universities. Metro Boston alone is home to 52 institutions for higher education, including Harvard University, the nation’s oldest, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), one of […]

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A Snapshot of University City and Future Expectations

August 2, 2019 / Comments Off on A Snapshot of University City and Future Expectations

Recently, there has been a large amount of construction activity in and around Philadelphia. In the University City neighborhood in particular, huge real estate investments are being made. ESI has been carefully monitoring all real estate activity in the Greater Philadelphia area, and has used that data to create a visualization on Tableau. You can […]

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Q&A: A Conversation on Higher Ed Part 2

April 19, 2019 / Comments Off on Q&A: A Conversation on Higher Ed Part 2

This is Part 2 of Dr. Leroy Nunery’s blog series, a Q&A discussion on Higher Education. You can read Part 1 by clicking here. ESI is using April to highlight our work with higher education institutions. We value and take great pride in our work with colleges and universities. We are currently doing studies for […]

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The Impact of Universities at a Local, Regional, and Global Level

August 25, 2017 / Comments Off on The Impact of Universities at a Local, Regional, and Global Level

Students at the University of Pennsylvania started moving in earlier this week, and by early next week classes will have started and the campus will be in full swing again. As a resident of University City and the parent of a rambunctious two-year-old, the Penn campus is a wonderful resource to have within close walking […]

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