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8/29/2014

Personal Reflection on the Lack of Asian American Mentors/Advocates in Student Affairs

I’ve been fortunate to have mentors and advocates throughout my career in student affairs at UCSB. This post, by no means, diminishes my appreciation of those who have helped me along my career. There is one aspect of my career that I can’t hel
8/28/2014

July 2014 Stats

Better late than never, here are July’s stats. Two stats of note include a 5% increase for iOS on our ND Mobile traffic and a 3.5% increase of overall mobile traffic for Conductor. ND.edu Traffic 579,167 views by 164,114 Browsers … Continue rea
8/27/2014

A Social Media Sabbatical

I’ve sent over 42,000 tweets, posted approximately 200 artsy photos of food on Instagram, checked into far too many places on Foursquare (until they tried to make me switch to Swarm), built a 100% complete LinkedIn profile, and posted over 6,000 time
8/27/2014

Studying on the Road: Pursuing a Degree as an Admissions Recruiter

In this episode of Admissions Live, host Nicole Lentine explores the path of an admissions recruiter in pursuit of continuing education, discussing the concerns and difficulties with guests Mark Cleland, Associate Director of Admissions at Becker College a
8/27/2014

Studying on the Road: Pursuing a Degree as an Admissions Recruiter

In this episode of Admissions Live, host Nicole Lentine explores the path of an admissions recruiter in pursuit of continuing education, discussing the concerns and difficulties with guests Mark Cleland, Associate Director of Admissions at Becker College a
8/27/2014

Current #SAgrads: Their Future in Student Affairs

Wednesday, September 3rd at 1:00pm ET Broadcasted over Google Plus, On-Air Hangout Conversation: #HigherEdLive What does the future hold for Student Affairs? Who will lead departments and divisions on college and university campuses in the coming years?
8/27/2014

The problem with content marketing

A few weeks ago, I wrote in this space about “predictive” content marketing as the wave of the future. One of the sources cited in that post mentioned that most content marketers take a hit-or-miss approach that falls short of the mark 80 perc
8/26/2014

The Higher Ed Guide To Irresistible Email Subject Lines

When you log into email each morning, how many of those waiting messages do you actually open and read? How many get moved immediately to the trash – or worse, marked as spam? If you’re habitually trashing the bulk of your inbox, you’re not alon
8/26/2014

The Power of Empathy In Student Affairs – My Personal Experience

The ability to understand and share the perspective of our students plays a very important role in how effective we are as student affairs professionals and educators in building relationships and helping our students.  Personally, while I fully acknowled

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