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TIME’s 2017 Tech Predictions & Engagement in Higher Ed

Although predictions are not always accurate, tech analyst Tim Bajarin has done his research and forecast technology trends for the…

Making Higher Education (Modern) Family-Friendly

Post-secondary institutions boast diverse campus communities, comprised of students, staff, and faculty of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. Their uniqueness…

Technology and the SAPRO Conundrum

Student Affairs Professionals are not simply required to keep up with the trends that shape their institutions. They are trendsetters,…

The Many Faces of First-Generation Students

Nearly one-third of post-secondary students enrolled in two- and four-year colleges in the U.S. are referred to as first-generation or…

Holding Higher Education Accountable

A recently published article featured on EducationDIVE explores concerns regarding accreditation of post-secondary institutions in the United States. Specifically, it…

Missions Matter.

When I was completing my MBA, one of the most common questions put forward by professors and business leaders was:…

OOHLALA @ NYT Higher Ed. Leaders Forum

Issues in higher education are far-ranging, covering everything from affirmative action to technology implementation on campus. The NYT Higher Education Leaders Summit brings together some of the best minds to tackle these issues…

Let’s Talk About Talking About Rape and Sexual Assault

Trigger warning: This post speaks about rape, victim blaming, rape culture and associated themes. Note: The majority of sexual assaults…

Improve the Student Experience by Making it Memorable

Student affairs is all about student development. Student experience needs to be memorable in order for their developmental effects to be remembered.

Welcome International Students By Giving them Helpful Tools

Ask yourself, “How is my institution helping international students become a part of campus life?”

LMS Systems Need To Be Student-Centered and Mobile

LMS Systems that are available on mobile and promote student-centered learning are ideal for student engagement, student success and student retention.

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