Working in college career services, I see companies recognizing that the path from college to career has shifted from a one-way to a two-way street where employers and students can connect. Truth be told, it’s more of a rotary—with many exits—because it takes a committed community to successfully transition students to their first jobs and beyond. The career-development ecosystem includes no...
Demography is destiny, especially if you are in higher education. Consider:
There are 200,000 fewer children in New England today, compared with 10 years ago—a 6% decline.
The number of married couples with children has declined by 10% since 2000—and they now account for fewer than one in five New England households.
The number of single parents has grown by 9% since 2000, but t...
Writer Brooks to address @UofNH grads May 18 at Wildcat Stadium; Kraft Group exec Glaser to address @UNHLaw grads May 18 at Concord's White Park; healthcare leader Lavoie to address @UNHManchester grads May 16 at DoubleTree by Hilton in Manchester #commencements
Congratulations to all, including the New England leaders on the list - Lisa Lynch, provost @BrandeisU, Ella Bell Smith, business professor @dartmouth & former New Englander, Lynn Pasqueralla, president @aacu and former president @mtholyoke