A week ago, I ran and finished the Boston Marathon as part of Tenacity’s 15-person charity running team. If you follow any of my social media feeds, you undoubtedly knew that I spent the last four months training for this event while raising money for an outstanding organization. Over the past week, I shared my experiences with … Read More
Fiscal management in student affairs and higher education is more than just balancing budgets, its about understanding organizational culture and one’s role in it. In this post, Ed shares some ideas for those stewards of fiscal resources.
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.
The landscape of Higher Education is changing at a rapid pace. With technology’s impact on major industries, including education, how will Student Affairs professionals do their jobs in the digital age? Today, Ed shares some thoughts on this!
How conscious are you of the way you portray your work on social media? What kind of “Selfie” have you created, both knowingly and unknowingly? Ed explores how to utilize Facebook, Twitter, and image sharing to better reflect your work’s meaning.
Is it easy to follow your own advice? Ed shares some of this favorite pieces of advice that’s quite hard for him to follow!
Katie O’Brien from the University of Florida shares her #SAgrow reflections on using her scholarship money to attend the ACUHO-I LLP Conference in Orlando, FL, in October 2011!
As more student come to college with their own online communities and living part of their lives online, what should Student Affairs professionals and practitioners teach college students about digital identity development? Ed discusses his methods and ideas and hopes you will too.
On Twitter, when one has influence, does this person need to remain authentic or do they have a greater responsibility to be more mindful of what they say online? Ed explores this question with his thoughts.
In today’s “guest post”, Christine Girourard from Worcester Polytechnic Institute WPI shares her thoughts on Leadership Development and how you can create a leadership program for students by students.