Happy Fiscal New Year to all whose budget year ends on June 30, which is many of us in higher education. Here’s a look back at this blog’s five most popular posts of FY17. Continue reading “Friday Five: Fiscal year favorites”
If you had it to do all over again, what would you change about your college experience? Would you pursue a different major? Go to a different school? Start out at a community college, then transfer?
These questions are at the heart of a recent report from Gallup and the Strada Education Network. On Second Thought: U.S. Adults Reflect on Their Education Decisions is the first of a three-year series of Education Consumer Pulse reports Gallup and Strada plan to issue that deal with people’s perceptions of their education paths. Continue reading “Friday Five: Second thoughts on college”
It is time once again for my annual list of books I’m planning to read this summer. Fortunately, there are only five books on my list, so that makes it fit nicely with this regular Friday Five feature. Continue reading “Friday Five: 2017 summer reading edition”
Commencement season is upon us, and in the higher ed world, it’s already off to a heated start. Earlier this week, students at Bethune-Cookman University booed and turned their backs to Education Secretary Betsy DeVos as she began her speech to the class of 2017 there. More protests are expected when President Trump steps up to the podium at Liberty University’s commencement Saturday. Continue reading “Friday Five: Cap and gown edition”
A quick Friday Five this week: A potpourri of reads — on branding, media, advertising, work and self-improvement — that caught my attention: Continue reading “Friday Five: Random access reads”
Anyone interested in marketing metrics ought to check out this article from the MIT Sloan Management Review‘s Spring 2016 issue. Continue reading “Friday Five: Muddled marketing metrics”
Some recent news and views of interest to marketers: Continue reading “Friday Five: Marketing mix edition”