What’s new this week:

Congratulations to St. John’s High School in Shrewsbury, Mass. for a successful announcement of its upcoming addition of a middle school. Coverage of the expansion includes pieces in The Telegram & Gazette, Worcester Magazine, and MassLive.

Fordham University Professor Jordan DeVylder discusses the impact of police violence on public mental health for The Academic Minute.

Teach for America highlights Dr. Noel Harmon, President & Executive Director at APIA Scholars, in an interview for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month on what APIA Scholars is doing to push for equity in higher education.

It’s almost peak tick season, but University of Toledo Professor Mark Wooten shares tips with Men’s Health to help you spot ticks and protect your family from the disease-ridden pests.

This Bloomberg piece highlights the unique strategy and story behind Grinnell College’s endowment and how Warren Buffet had fun helping the endowment thrive and grow to $2 billion.

Farmer School of Business student Akosua Boadi-Agyemang shares her story with Poets & Quants for Undergrads; after months of internship searches, a bold move on LinkedIn and a viral post helped her land a spot with Microsoft.

What’s next on our calendars:

Erin will present on Crisis Management, Leadership and Communications during the ACE Fellows Program’s closing retreat on June 5 in Portland, Oregon.

Erin will participate in a panel titled, “Communicating During a Crisis: The Challenges for Media and Higher Education,” at the Worldviews 2019 conference in Toronto, Canada on June 13. She will join Scott Jaschik, editor of Inside Higher Ed; David Estok, vice president of communications at the University of Toronto; and Robert Cribb, investigative and foreign affairs reporter for the Toronto Star to discuss how media and institutions should communicate during times of crisis.

Teresa will co-lead an Academic Impressions workshop on Developing Presidential Voice: Strategies and Best Practices on September 26-27 in New Orleans.

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