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Four Dimensions of Brand-Focused Research

by Caity McLaughlin Lischick
February 21, 2017

Not long ago, “brand” was an unmentionable word in the higher education landscape—one that came with suspicious connotations of consumer packaged goods and retail. Today,...

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Increase Student Motivation with More Choices

by Sophie Lampard Dennis
February 6, 2017

It took me 15 years to figure out, but I finally did: When students are offered choices within assignments it increases buy-in and therefore motivation toward the task—and ultimately...

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Bringing Good Things to Life

by Ira L. Morrison
January 30, 2017

University's purchase of GE site means opportunity for the region and Connecticut ... Sacred Heart University (SHU) has purchased General Electric’s (GE’s) former global headquarters...

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Economists Look Ahead to Trump Era and See “Boatload of Uncertainty”

by John O. Harney
January 17, 2017

The New England Economic Partnership (NEEP) explored "What’s Ahead After This Historic Election?" at the group's outlook conference held Jan. 17 at the Federal Reserve Bank of...

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Continuing Ed: The Musical

by Ronee Saroff
January 10, 2017

It’s a Wednesday night in November and a doctor, a software engineer, a CFO and I are rearranging the furniture in a cramped, overheated room on the third floor of a late Victorian...

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Newslink

Amid Protests, DeVos Outlines Intentions, Praises Community Colleges

by The New England Council
February 21, 2017

DC Shuttle ... DeVos Outlines Policy Intentions. U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos gave remarks to the Association of Community College Trustees' National Legislative Summit....

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House Starts Overturning Obama Regs, Targets Ed Dept as New Secretary Begins Work

by The New England Council
February 13, 2017

DC Shuttle ... House Approves Bills to Limit Role of Ed Dept. and ESSA. Under the Congressional Review Act, the House voted to overturn to Obama administration regulations. The...

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Falwell to Lead Trump Higher Ed Task force

by The New England Council
February 6, 2017

DC Shuttle ... Jerry Falwell to Lead Higher Ed Task Force. Liberty University President Jerry Falwell has been asked by President Donald Trump to lead a task force that will...

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Kendrick, Wall to Retire from Community College Posts; Former U.S. Ed Secy King Named to Head Education Trust

by John O. Harney
February 3, 2017

Kendrick Comings and Goings ... Dorsey Kendrick announced she plans to retire June 30 as president of Gateway Community College, a post she has held since 1999. She boosted enrollment...

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Number of New High School Grads in New England Projected to Decline 14% by 2032

by Candace Williams
January 30, 2017

By 2032, the number of new high school graduates in New England is projected to decline by 22,000 to a total 140,273, according to the Western Interstate Commission for Higher...

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