As assistant director of annual giving at John Carroll University, Sloan D. Cargill is part of a team that is always trying to find innovative ways to reach more people and raise more money to advance the Cleveland institution.
Five ways that student-athletes are beating the odds after graduation
There is no doubt that 2018 was an innovative year. 3D metal printing became more mainstream, altering the way many think about the future of manufacturing.
This is Kay and I just wanted to introduce a post we got from Ryan Craig (the Author of A New U: Faster + Cheaper Alternatives to College.) Aaron personally read through an ebook copy of the book and was...
Believe it or not, some of the key fundamentals of university haven't changed much in over a thousand years. But with the US student debt crisis continuing to make headlines, employers' talent needs rapidly evolving...
Finding the right, highly-skilled talent is particularly difficult in emerging markets. Since its founding in 2016, human resources startup Shortlist has screened over 400,000 candidates for more than 300 clients like Uber Eats...
Nairobi- and Mumbai-based venture Shortlist has raised a $2 million Series A round in support of its platform that streamlines job recruitment.
This time last year, Chicago-based edtech company Packback had 37 employees and was gearing up to announce a $4.2 million Series A.
What a difference a year makes.
Augmenting traditional CVs.
More colleges are experimenting with immersive learning experiences that go beyond traditional study abroad, co-ops and internships.