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Sometimes, we in higher ed can get caught up in lofty thoughts of changing the world by impacting the lives of future generations. And, sometimes, we’re reminded to not take ourselves all that seriously. Check out the greatest pranks in MIT’s history. Which one is
A picture is worth a thousand words. So, here are 10,000 words made much simpler to digest.
Sophia.org is leading the movement for knowledge that isn’t kept behind a wall.
No matter higher-ed or corporate, social media attracts attention.
The big-box retailer is launching a new store prototype “Walmart on Campus”.
Surprising no one, The Chronicle reports today on the 30 highest paid college President’s who earn over $1 million. Overall, top college leaders have seen an increase in pay. I can’t even be mad. I’m just jealous.
The consumer decision making process for someone choosing a college is nearly psychologically identical to the decision making process of someone buying a car.
Have you heard about this story? Students at Manchester School of Technology can win a free car if they make the grade. Literally. If the student’s grades are high enough, they are entered into a raffle to win a free Ford Fiesta. Students who make