Posts filed under "In the Media"

The New Frontier: Lisa Daniels on the Challenges — and Opportunities — of Building an Analytics Strategy

The assistant vice president for analytics at Excelsior College, Lisa Daniels, explains the value of training and the importance of diverse skills.... [read more]

The Growing Need for Cybersecurity Professionals

With the cybersecurity market anticipated to grow from $75 billion in 2015 to $170 billion by 2020, the Federal Government is listing... [read more]

Leveraging distance educators to solve global community challenges

Experts from Excelsior College discuss the endless opportunities for faculty and students to come together to address global issues thanks to distance... [read more]

ITT Tech students get help

Excelsior College has agreed to provide a free transcript evaluation so prospective students can see how many of their credits would transfer... [read more]

Dr. Paludi to Speak on Sexual Harassment on NPR

Dr. Michele Paludi, assistant dean, within the School of Business & Technology, will be interviewed on Wednesday, August 17 on WOSU Public... [read more]

Technology vs. work-life balance

Dr. Jane Leclair, cybersecurity consultant for Excelsior College, pens an article about juggling technology and work-life balance within your career. To read... [read more]

The Ever-Changing CIO Job Description

Longtime chief information officers reflect on how their day-to-day activities have changed and what skills are most important for today’s IT leaders.... [read more]

Op-Ed: Why innovation-desperate higher ed needs to break its shackles

EdTech Development: Strangely enough, a false narrative exists that says technology + innovation is a purchased good that comes from outside the... [read more]

Games promise active, enjoyable learning

Watching preschoolers play on touchscreen devices makes it clear that the future college students of America are of the connected generation. Unfortunately,... [read more]

10 Great Colleges For Adults Returning To School

There’s no doubt about it. Getting your degree – either a Master’s or bachelor’s – is a great way of upping your... [read more]