When Dr. Kirk Schulz accepted the appointment as president of Kansas State University, some of his colleagues at Mississippi State — where he served as vice president of research and economic development — suggested that he explore using Twitte
On Sunday, the year’s premier event for .edu marketers opens in Boston. I’m referring, of course, to the Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education. The program for this year’s Symposium is particularly strong: I’m really looking forward to th
Hiring at mStoner is somewhat like hiring for an interdisciplinary academic department. At one of the Ivies. Because we need to be at the top of our game, we look for people who are immersed in a particular discipline but have absorbed the
Ah, spring 2003.
In those days, we used dumb phones: there was no iPhone or iPad or Android. No Instagram. No YouTube. No Twitter. And Mark Zuckerberg was still in high school.
But there were blogs. People looked to the blogosphere for insight, inf
I’m delighted to share more details on the 2013 Social Media and Advancement research that we conducted with CASE and Huron Consulting.
Cheryl Slover-Linett and I did a presentation at the CASE Social Media and Advancement Conference and shar