What’s new this week:

In an essay for U.S. News & World Report, Professor Nicholas Tampio of Fordham University makes a case to ditch the SAT.

Wheelock College President David Chard and Vice President for Academic Affairs Mary Churchill joined forces for this Inside Higher Ed piece to discuss the difficult financial decisions small colleges make.

New research from Farmer School of Business professor Sina Esteky shows that stock investors on higher floors take more risks. Read more about why in this CNBC article, which original ran in The Conversation.

Carthage College professor Arthur Cyr explains why no one should be shocked about Paul Ryan’s retirement for the History News Network.

This week onInside Higher Ed’s Call to Action blog, be sure to check out posts on the true cost of intercollegiate athletics and how giving up control can sometimes lead to better results.

What we’ve been talking about:

Kylie has some great social media advice: don’t try to be funny or sarcastic on Twitter. Find out why on the blog.

What’s next on our calendars:

Teresa and Erin will be at the National Conference on Trusteeship for the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges in San Francisco. They will run the Crisis Management: What is the Role of the Board? Workshop on April 22. Teresa will also facilitate the master class Fake News, Social Media, and Your Institution’s Reputation on April 23.

Teresa will sit on the Campus Investigations and the “Me Too” Movement panel at the Steptoe & Johnson Higher Education Seminar on May 24 in Pittsburgh.

Erin will join Brookhaven College President Thom Chesney in presenting “Crisis Management, Leadership and Communications” at the ACE Fellows Program’s closing retreat on June 4 at Southern Connecticut State University.

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