In the wake of major budget cuts the past few years the talk about changes in higher education has continued to grow. There have been several great initiatives with Kahn Academy, P2P, StraighterLine, etc but by and large student affairs looks and feels the same. When budgets are cut we try to force the same […]
Programming note: The Campus Tech Connection podcast will reschedule for Thursday this week on the topic of Technology and Social Justice. If you have questions about this topic or want to make a comment on the issue please comment below.
I recently just returned from #NASPAtech in Newport, RI. There are so many conference highlights, but I wanted to here from all those that attended either in person or virtually via the hashtag. If you attended #NASPAtech please call 732-982-7325 and leave a voicemail sharing your highlights. What did you like, what could be better, […]
For years I have been torn on how I feel about Steve Jobs. He is on the Mount Rushmore of Technology changing personal computing, phones, and how we consume music. Then there are the stories that are not so flattering about how he treated employees or lack of philanthropy. I’m sure we will talk about this on […]
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Julie and Gary were joined by the CronkNews team. 20 Things You’ll Regret Doing in College CofC student president faces impeachment over tweets CofC student senate votes not to impeach Ross Kressel
The CUAD podcast reflects takes a look back at the tragic events of September 11, 2001, and discuss how they have changed the work of college union professionals with Justin Camputaro. Listen to the new word of the week, and the announcements by ACUI The ACUI Central Office is currently hiring an educational program coordinator to work […]
Jamie and Ed had a chat with Ann Marie Klotz, President of GLACUHO and Assistant Director for Selection and Training at DePaul University.