What’s in store for for higher education in President Obama’s second term?
Christine Messina-Boyer and Dan Kaufman of Widmeyer Communications wasted no time looking into their crystal ball. Their post, The Impact of the Election on Education,
October may very well be the most boring numbers month of the year. Most percentages didn’t change at all, and those that did were mostly by only 1%. ND.edu Traffic 1,245,106 views by 411,201 people Browsers IE 35% IE9 20% … Continue reading
This weekend, I am taking a road trip with student leaders from our BSU Student Government Association and Rondileau Campus Center staff throughout New England to visit area Student Centers and Student Unions. As conversations begin to build momentu
It all started in the Hilton upper lobby at ~2 am during some night at #HighEdWeb a few weeks ago. @Cliffyballgame randomly asked me to join his Movember team. I had thought about doing Movember for the past few years but always had something going on t
As a university we send hundreds of messages via social media over multiple platforms every day. Just a few weeks ago I mentioned that 55 percent of all our Tweets are replies. This number is larger than our other mediums, but only because that is the n
“From this moment forward, let’s stop distancing ourselves from the people that choose our products over our competitors. We don’t have users, we have customers we earn. They deserve our utmost respect, focus, and service. Because that