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New Higher Ed This Month radio series promises to provide unparalleled look into a sector in transition

January 5, 2012


When I had the opportunity to interview eCampus News’ Assistant Editor Denny Carter in December the insights that were gained through our discussion were quite interesting in terms of predictions for the Higher Ed sector in 2012.  To tune in to the on-demand broadcast simply click on the eCampus logo below. As is often the case with […]

Lack of understanding by those affected the most in Higher Education sector by the Congressional Super Committee’s failure to reach an accord troubling

November 29, 2011


“The problem is that people don’t understand when they hear about the Super Committee or the debt ceiling,” said Connelly, a School of Arts and Sciences junior. “It sounds lumpy and hard to understand, but students need to get involved.” from November 28th, 2011 Daily Targum article “Super Committee cuts threaten higher education budget” by […]

Visit SpendShifts to access the entire Greening of Procurement Series . . .

November 8, 2011


I am of course excited about launching the new SpendShifts Blog, which is focused specifically on the new and emerging trends in our industry. In our first series we discussed The Greening of Procurement, in which the first 3 parts were posted right here on Procurement Insights.  The response to the subject matter being discussed […]

The Greening of Procurement (Part 1)

November 2, 2011


Cannibals With Forks? “In our rapidly evolving capitalist economies, where it is in the natural order of things for corporations to devour competing corporations, for industries to carve up and digest other industries, one emerging form of capitalism with a fork – sustainable capitalism – would certainly constitute real progress.” From Cannibals  With  Forks  – […]