Month: October 2019

6 new findings about food insecurity on campus – eCampus News

Read 6 new findings about food insecurity on campus by Laura Ascione from eCampus News, October 25, 2019. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday. Earlier this year, several news reports were published that spoke to the gravity of food scarcity among college students. Based on quantitative statistics from the…

How to Assert Yourself Without Being Assertive, and Other Lessons I Was Told to Learn: What the Experts Say

Over the last two decades, I have been given advice on how to better work on a team by stifling my voice. This will be a blog series on how to unlearn these lessons. In this post, I will explore what experts say about poor supervision and leadership within an…

Four Year College Leaders Not Feeling Ready for the Future – Inside HigherEd

Read Not Future Ready by Doug Lederman, from InsideHigherEd.com, October 22, 2019. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday. “Asked to rate which trends they most expected to affect their institutions over the next half decade, 62 percent of campus leaders listed increasing competition, followed by the declining traditional-age student population (59 percent),…

Tips for Holding an Interview in the Middle of a Campus Crisis

We can’t control every crisis that happens on a college campus that might impact potential campus interviews. But we can do better working with candidates impacted by these crises. I offer three tips on how to work with candidates before, during and after they come to campus for an interview.

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Counting on Leaders to Take Care of Themselves – HigherEdJobs.com

Read Counting on Leaders to Take Care of Themselves by Christopher D. Lee, Ph.D from HigherEdJobs.com, October 7, 2019. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday. “Managers are supervisors; leaders are mentors, supporters, sponsors, and cheerleaders. The relationship is often reciprocal. Leaders help make others better, and everyone who has…

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Rural college students are a vast and vital national resource – Lumina Foundation

Read Rural college students are a vast and vital national resource by Lumina Foundation President and CEO James Merisotis from September 23, 2019. Part of WiFi (What I Find Interesting) Wednesday. This month, what I found interesting was not a specific article, but a series of articles from the Lumina…

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