Ed has been invited to be one of eight speakers at Bridgewater State’s upcoming TEDx event (TEDxBSU) on Monday, February 23. What advice would you give him as he prepares for this major opportunity?
In its third year, this group of Student Affairs professionals in Higher Education has pledged to focus this year on their health through making nutritious food choices, exercising at least three times a week, getting at least 7-8 hours of sleep a night, and talking with loved ones regularly about how they are doing. Join us in making better health choices in 2015!
Ed reflects on the fantastic professional year he had in 2014 and makes a sincere holiday wish for all those who know him.
Ed Cabellon and Josie Ahlquist have been selected to serve as Co-Editors for an upcoming “New Directions for Student Services” (NDSS) sourcebook, to be published in 2016, tentatively titled, “Engaging the Digital Generation.” Find out more!
How intentional is your Student Affairs division in creating meaningful partnerships with the Information Technology division at your institution? Today, Ed shares some ideas on how this can take place based on his recent attendance at the EDUCAUASE Annual Conference.
Ed is heading to his first EDUCAUSE Annual Conference in Orlando, FL next week, and has a lot of questions as he prepares for his first Higher Education, Information Technology event!
As Ed begins his second year in his doctoral program, he shares advice for first year doctoral students that may help demystify being back in the classroom.
The summer months will fly by. As a Higher Education administrator, how will you spend them learning about technology and social media use in Higher Education?
As Ed makes his transition out of the Campus Center and up to Student Affairs division leadership, he shares 8 leadership lessons for those who work in Higher Education administration.
Ed shares thoughts on the Pecha Kucha style of presenting, including sharing his recent PK from the ACPA 2014 Convention on “Social Media for Social Good!”