Category Archives: Guest Bloggers

NASFAA Policy Recommendations for Student Borrowing

February 28, 2013

Today’s guest post is from Capella’s Senior Policy Analyst, Jillian Klein.   Yesterday, the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) released their policy recommendations for fixing the student loan indebtedness issue. NASFAA’s paper is timely, as stories referencing … Continue reading

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Online Education Is Harder Than It Looks

February 4, 2013

Today’s guest blog post is from Michael Walsh, senior manager of corporate communications, who shares his thoughts on MOOCs and online education: “Here we go again.” That was my first thought when I read the article today in Inside Higher … Continue reading

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CAEL Announces Partnerships with Colleges to Award College Credit

January 17, 2013

I am excited to introduce today’s guest blogger, Deborah Bushway, Ph.D., LP, vice president of Academic Innovation at Capella University. Deb is a thought leader in higher education and is leading several critical initiatives for Capella. CAEL’s announcement that it … Continue reading

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Financial Aid Policy Reform

January 7, 2013

I’m delighted to introduce today’s guest blogger, Jillian Klein, Senior Policy Analyst for Capella University. She will be sharing her thoughts from time to time on higher education and financial aid policy: The Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHE) released … Continue reading

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A Post from Interim President Deb Bushway

October 14, 2011

Below is a thoughtful post written by Capella’s Interim President Deb Bushway on an event co-sponsored by the Shank Institute and featuring Capella founder Steve Shank. Take it away Deb… Reflections on Shank Institute meeting Two weeks ago, I participated … Continue reading

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