What’s new this week:
Farmer School of Business professor Sina Esteky shares his findings on how our financial and consumer decisions are affected by factors in the built environment—like investors on higher floors taking more risks—in The Conversation. The article also appeared in The Chicago Tribune and MarketWatch.
Reverend Lyn Pace, chaplain at Oxford College of Emory University, weighs in on how we’ve become a nation of haters for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Professor Daniel Reynolds of Grinnell College explains why Poland’s new Holocaust law is so misguided in a piece for Salon.
This week onInside Higher Ed’s Call to Action blog, Eric Sickler shares his strongest case for institutional brand building.
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.
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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Here’s a look at what we were tweeting this week:
It always feels like a reunion when I’m at @prsache
I’m with my colleagues and we can serve as sounding boards and support groups. Lots of collegial love. #prsache
— Teresa Valerio Parrot (@tvparrot) April 12, 2018
— Kylie Lacey (@klacey11) April 11, 2018
— Kristine Maloney (@kristinemaloney) April 11, 2018
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