Archive for January, 2010

The “LipDub” Phenomenon: Higher Ed Marketing Meets MTV

2010 Jan 26
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Amid Facebook fan pages and Twitter posts, colleges and universities appear to be embracing a new social media trend to include in their marketing and communications strategies – “LipDub.” Part virtual campus tour and part music video, “LipDub” is a style of video that aims to showcase a college’s campus and student life in a [...]

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Academic Globalization: Friend or Foe?

2010 Jan 21
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This Ben Wildavsky article for The New York Academy of Sciences Magazine, an excerpt from his book The Great Brain Race: How Global Universities are Reshaping the World, explores both sides of the academic globalization debate and provides insight into whether increased global competition for the United States academic world is something to be feared [...]

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Launched at the crossroads of the Americas

2010 Jan 12
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University of Miami School of Law has launched its newly re-skinned website. The project, completed with help from Lipman Hearne’s interactive team, brings a fresh new look and engaging animation to the home page, which emphasizes the School’s advantageous location in a world-class city at the crossroads of the Americas. The launch caps a great [...]

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