Eight Ways the NJ Higher Education Landscape Changed in 2014

With New Jersey continuing its notorious “brain drain” export of more than 30,000 college students every year, much of the focus in higher education in 2014 remained on expansion: breaking ground on new academic buildings, increasing housing options at the state’s colleges, and offering new ways to obtain college degrees. There also were leadership changes, a new name for one community college and — of course — political battles. Here’s a look back at some of the changes in the higher education landscape last year:

・ From Philadelphia Inquirer