What’s new this week:
Congratulations to Marc Rubin and the Farmer School of Business at Miami University—Rubin has been named dean of Farmer.
Professor Leif Brottem of Grinnell College explains why women miners shouldn’t be seen as victims in a piece for Reuters.
This week on Inside Higher Ed’s Call to Action blog, learn more about what’s in a marketing strategy.
What we’ve been talking about:
CommPro featured Cristal’s piece on why Hope Hicks using the term “white lies” gives all PR pros a bad name.
Kylie’s a morning person, but she doesn’t rub it in or throw shade at night owls because she has nothing to gain by putting them down—some companies aren’t getting the memo about why it’s not a great marcomms strategy to be catty toward competitors.
What’s next on our calendars:
Teresa will head to Nashville, Tenn. for the 2018 PRSA Counselors to Higher Education Senior Summit. She will speak in the breakout session, Finding Balance: Raising Awareness While Addressing Political Landscapes, on April 12.
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.
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Here’s a look at what we were tweeting this week:
— Kristine Maloney (@kristinemaloney) March 7, 2018
— Ali Lincoln (@AliLincolnTVP) March 6, 2018
Mobile device addiction is real, and I do think companies like @Apple have a responsibility to address it. From @insidehighered: @Stanford students challenge Apple on #iPhone addiction https://t.co/RtrV8cVNaD
— Kylie Lacey (@klacey11) March 6, 2018
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