From time to time I use this space as a forum to talk about job opportunities at the university where I work, Missouri S&T. This is one of those times. If you’re a communicator who is interested in a new challenge, or you know someone who is, then please read on. Continue reading “Help wanted: strategic communications opening at Missouri S&T”
Let’s take a deeper dive into one of the findings from that Inside Higher Ed survey of admissions officers that I blogged about last week. The finding has to do with what Inside Higher Ed called our sector’s “image problems,” which I prefer to think of as problems of public perception.* Continue reading “#highered’s perception problem”
Nearly a decade has passed since the start of the Great Recession, and higher education has yet to fully recover. Continue reading “The end of #highered as a public good”
Here’s the recap of the Twitter chat.
If you read CASE Currents with any regularity, you may have noticed the note from CASE President Sue Cunningham in the latest issue in which she discusses the importance of cross-cultural communication. At the end of her note, she invites us to join her for an upcoming Twitter chat on that topic. Well, the time for that chat has arrived. Continue reading “Upcoming #casesmc Twitter chat: Cross-cultural communications”
Even those of us who spend our days trying to promote the research and scholarly work of our faculty and students sometimes forget that communicating research is about more than regurgitating data and numbers. It’s about telling the story of research in a way that captures and holds the attention of our audiences. Continue reading “Writing about research: The story’s the thing”
This blog post by Chris Brown really hit home for me — as it should for most people working in marketing or communications.