What’s new this week:

In a piece for Salon, Longwood University professor Kevin Doyle, writes about what the new season of Roseanne gets wrong about opioid addiction in America.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel highlights the ways in which Carthage College’s CFO Bill Abt was able to help the small college in Kenosha, WI, beat Harvard, among others, in endowment returns over the last 10 years.

Katie Vigilante from Oxford College of Emory University talks to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution about Stacey Abrams possibly becoming the first black governor of Georgia. She says we are witnessing a movement of women from silent grievance to spoken and heard empowerment.

Congratulations to Grinnell Professor Daniel Reynolds for the rave review of his new book Postcards from Auschwitz: Holocaust Tourism and the Meaning of Remembrance in the Times of Israel.

This week on Inside Higher Ed’s Call to Action blog, read about ways to ward off summer melt.

What we’ve been talking about:

What benefit can come from speaking harshly to faculty before they depart campus for the summer? None, says Teresa. Check out her latest post on the TVP Comms blog.

How do you rebuild your personal brand after a major career error? Kylie has you covered.

What’s next on our calendars:

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.

Teresa will present at The American Academic Leadership Institute (AALI) 2017-2018 Executive Leadership Academy Closing Seminar in Washington, DC. The session will be “Presidential Communication in a Crisis” and will be held on Monday, June 18.

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