Monday nights at HighEdWeb are an opportunity to take advantage of a free night to network with your colleagues from all over the world. Our great sponsors have lined up a series of events to give you time to do just that – learn more about other institutions, solutions, and opportunities! Take advantage of one […]
Author: Tonya Oaks Smith
Tonya Oaks Smith has spent most of her adult life smoothing frayed edges, herding wet and hungry cats, breaking down silos and perfecting the #facepalm – all while dancing backwards and in heels with a big smile on her face. A former reporter who sold her soul and then redeemed it by moving to communication for a public university, Smith is a fan of the words “y’all” and “malheureusement” – not necessarily in that order, and prefers the em dash to commas. She’s currently the executive director of university communications at Louisiana Tech University.
Diversity in STEM roles has become a hot topic throughout our community. I know it’s certainly a great topic of conversation within the HighEdWeb Board of Directors as we consider the future of the association. As the mother of a now-adult woman, it has always been incredibly important to me that she has every opportunity […]
Hey, y’all. Welcome to what I hope will be a continuing series in LINK focused on our road to HighEdWeb 2016. My name is @marleysmom, and I’ll be your tour guide (and conference chair/leader) this year. I’m incredibly proud to have been given the responsibility of chairing this year’s conference. I’m excited about the 2016 […]
Right about this time for the past few years, the HighEdWeb Association has announced its slate of regional conferences for the coming year. This year, we’re planning on doing something a little different. The Association will provide up to five grants to teams in different regions of the country who respond to our request for regional […]
It’s time to play the music. It’s time to light the lights. It’s time to meet the Muppets on the Muppet Show tonight. Remember those lyrics? Whether or not you were a child of the 70s and 80s – and most of you probably aren’t – you must remember the Muppets from YouTube or updated […]
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