What’s new this week:
Professor Roberto Pedace of Scripps College explores the data on Hollywood’s gender pay gap for The Conversation. His piece also appeared in The Houston Chronicle, SF Gate, Seattle PI, and Salon. Pedace discusses this new research in an interview with KCBS Radio as well.
In an essay for The New Republic, Fordham University Professor Saul Cornell uses a historical lens to examine Nancy Pelosi’s statements about the Founders of America anticipating the possibility of a “rogue” president, but not necessarily suspecting a simultaneous “rogue” Senate leader.
Anne Balazs, dean of the University of Toledo College of Business and Innovation, weighs in for U.S. News & World Report on what to do with a business degree.
Grinnell College Professor Karla Erickson and Grinnell student Enrique Reuda lay out what you need to know before using self tracking tools to help keep up with any 2020 resolutions in this Scientific American piece.
This week on Inside Higher Ed’s Call to Action blog, be sure to check out a post on new organizational models for alumni engagement and marketing.
What’s next on our calendars:
Teresa will present at CASE’s Senior Institute for Communications and Marketing in Florida in February 2020.
Cristal will present “How to Create a National Media Strategy Aligned With a Known Brand” at the CASE District I Conference in Boston March 12-13, 2020.
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