Brandon Busteed is executive director for education and workforce development at Gallup. He was a speaker at our Summer Seminar events in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Summer 2016: […]
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Amy Foster is director of content strategy at The Lawlor Group.
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Typical characteristics and motivators of members of Generation Z (those born between 1995 and 2010) were revealed by Dr. Corey Seemiller, co-author of Generation Z Goes to College and an assistant professor at […]
An annotated guide to the data that the U.S. Department of Education draws upon for its College Scorecard and the caveats that should be known about it.
Actor and writer John Cleese, speaking at the University of St. Thomas, offered valuable insights for facilitating creativity (and being “edupreneurial,” as we like to say).
In developing content for our own “Trends for 2016” about marketing issues in the higher education industry, we came across these forecasts for the upcoming year.
This month’s CASE Currents article, “Show Your Worth,” is chock-full of advice about how colleges can demonstrate their value.
Debra Humphreys is vice president for policy and public engagement at the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), where she helps colleges and universities communicate the value of an engaged liberal education to prepare for the changing global economy.
Creative work by The Lawlor Group on behalf of our clients earned national recognition with two Gold awards and five Silver awards from the 2014 Collegiate Advertising Awards.
Kevin Carey is the director of the education policy program at New America Foundation, where his research topics include higher education reform, improving college graduation rates, and online education.
Brandon Busteed, executive director of Gallup Education, presented at Summer Seminar 2014.
Jim Griesemer, director of the strategic issues program, dean emeritus, and professor of management at the University of Denver, presented at Summer Seminar 2014.
Michelle Weise, senior research fellow for higher education at the Clayton Christensen Institute, presented at Summer Seminar 2014.