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The Stump Speech for Higher Ed’s Relevance that Wasn’t

I already wrote a bit about my experience at the symposium for Framing the Future of Higher Education I attended on Friday in Austin, Texas. I was part of an opening discussion around the changing role of faculty in the future of … Continue reading

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The Bloody Waters of Higher Ed

When the waters get bloody and they’re red, it’s time to move on to bluer oceans. —Chris Bustamente, President of Rio Salado College I spent yesterday at Framing the Future of Higher Ed, a conference that consisted of working policy … Continue reading

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Brand Yourself or, why I’m sick to my stomach right now

On Twitter earlier today I came across a link for a new startup called Brand-Yourself, an online reputation management service, which has recently entered a deal with Syracuse University that will give all graduates a six month free subscription to … Continue reading

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