Monthly Archives: January 2013

Positive Procrastination

January 15, 2013

It seems appropriate that since I didn’t post anything yesterday, today’s blog post should be about procrastination. Here’s an interesting piece from John Tierney at the New York Times on the “power of positive procrastination” or “constructive procrastination.” I’ve been … Continue reading

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This Week’s Top Stories in Higher Ed

January 11, 2013

Here are a few of the top stories in higher education this week: Tamar Lewin’s piece in the New York Times: Students Rush to Web Classes, but Profits May Be Much Later Inside Higher Ed reports: State Higher Ed Group: … Continue reading

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Lumina Foundation Announces New Strategy

January 10, 2013

The Lumina Foundation has been a national leader on the completion agenda and a critical advocate for innovation in higher education. Yesterday, their President Jamie Merisotis announced five specific goals to advance their work. Take a look at Paul Fain’s … Continue reading

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Capella launches new website

January 9, 2013

I am excited to share that Capella’s redesigned website is live. After months of research, it has been specifically designed to help adult students find the degree program that is best suited to their interests and professional goals. The changes … 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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