With extremely cold temperatures hitting all over the country, some of us were very excited. Some of us braved the cold to help those in need. And some of us cranked up the space heater, layered on the fleece-lined pants and drank all the warm beverages.
But 2015 is heating up in the higher ed world, so read on!
What’s new this week:
Mary Johnson at Higher One is having a stellar start to the New Year! She posted a piece on her Huffington Post blog, was included in an article for The Fiscal Times, “One Important Gift You Forgot to Give Your Kids,” and secured a quote on page two of “Should You Get a Private College Loan?” for NEA Member Benefits. Go Mary!
As Oregon and Ohio State prepare for a showdown, college football buzz continues at Businessweek with Professor Rhett Brymer of Farmer School of Business and his research on college officials and bias.
What we’ve been talking about:
In the spirit of New Year, New You makeovers, Principal Teresa Valerio Parrot unveiled the new TVP Communications website (to some rave reviews and eye cream endorsements). Head over and click around, and please let us know what you think!
What we’ve been reading:
Edinburgh Uni hopes to be 50% international
7 of the Worst Pitches of 2014
Higher Ed thought leaders forecast 2015 trends
2015 30 Under 30: Media
Teresa Valerio Parrot:
Seeking to Strengthen Sex-Assault Policies, Colleges Draw Fire From All Sides
College Presidents Get Their Own Guide to Social Media
Two Years of Free Community College
Long a College Town, Worcester Now Looks the Part
Cabrini freezes tuition, goes test score optional
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