Managing High Performers in Higher Education

No one on his deathbed has ever said, I wish I spent more time in the office. ~ Paul Tsongas My first president when I began working in California was an incredibly honest and straight forward type of person. At one point we got into a discussion about management philosophy and he came straight outContinue reading “Managing High Performers in Higher Education”

The truth about student loans

Don’t go through life, grow through life. ~ Eric Butterworth There’s a lot of shouting these days about how college isn’t worth it. I’ve recently written a piece entitled, Is college still worth it, to address this question. But a lot of the shouting around education these days has to do with student loan debt.Continue reading “The truth about student loans”

Should Colleges Go Back Online in January?

I wrote a piece not too long ago for this blog entitled the hardest semester of your career, Fall 2021. This piece was focused on the fact that as part of emergency operations training you are taught that the recovery phase is the hardest phase in emergency management. Well, that was when we were allContinue reading “Should Colleges Go Back Online in January?”

Going back to campus? Read this.

Going back to campus? Read this. Image credit, The Foothill Dragon Press For most colleges the time is quickly approaching for a full return to campus. For some schools that will be this fall, for others it will be January. For most of us, we’ve already been at least partially on campus for some time.Continue reading “Going back to campus? Read this.”

Community College Fall 2020 Opening Plans

Community College Fall 2020 Opening Plans Posted July 4th Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and diligence.                ~ Abigail Adams In our last post we provided some links to the opening plans for four-year colleges for the fall 2020 semester.   InContinue reading “Community College Fall 2020 Opening Plans”