What’s new this week:
This LiveScience article on Salmonella features expertise from Oxford College of Emory University Professor Sarah Fankhauser, including information on causes and her tips on preventing the spread of bacteria.
At Carthage College, a new play is commissioned each year through the school’s New Play Initiative. This year, to bring more awareness and less stigma about opioid addiction, Professor Herschel Kruger commissioned a play from Broadway playwright Eric Simonson. For more on Carthage College’s New Play Initiative and this year’s Up and Away, check out this article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
In this piece on college boards and campus scandals in The Wall Street Journal, president of the Association of Governing Boards Rick Legon weighs in on the value of the board staying intact during and after a scandal.
What we’ve been talking about:
Do things look a bit different around here to you? That’s because they are—TVP Comms has a brand-new look and feel that much better represent the individualized attention and higher ed industry expertise we offer our clients. Teresa shares her thoughts on our rebranding and how it truly reflects our work, our passion, and our approach to higher ed.
Teresa and Erin were at the 2018 American Marketing Association Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education in Orlando, Fla, where they led a crisis communication roundtable and a workshop on understanding and planning for institutional crises.
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