Suggested Marketing Improvements For Online Degree Programs

I realize that colleges have it made it regards to the basic supply and demand theory of economics. College enrollment is on the rise, and shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. Online degree programs are an excellent way for institutions to keep up with demand. Plus the anomaly of higher education is…

Are MBAs From AACSB Programs Better?

I will tell anyone that my first and foremost concern in regards to choosing an appropriate MBA program was cost. However I realize that for most other people, the consideration of quality, job prospects, and admissions statistics are their primary concern. To be fair, in the end, I did end up choosing a program that was…

Defending Affirmative Action in Higher Education

Thanks to Tumblr, I got wind of the story regarding Abigail Fisher and her case against the University of Texas at Austin. The basic premise of her case: that using race as a factor in college admissions is unconstitutional. In the following video, Ms. Fisher casually states that it would be better “…if the boxes…

Taboo Conversation Topics In The Office

It’s funny sometimes how the most obvious things are some of the most ignored things. Yesterday, a co-worker of mine pointed out that another one of our co-workers was a Tea Party supporter. My response was that I had no idea…and in all honesty, I am glad of that. I am not one of those…

What Dana Holgerson Taught Me About Leadership Change

Back in late 2011, I and many other Mountaineer fans were disappointed to see the seemingly premature outing of the late Bill Stewart from the head coach position of the WVU football program. Coach Stew had been there for WVU football for 11 years and stepped up to the plate during the 2008 Fiesta Bowl when…