Canada's most trusted higher ed monitor and futurist, Ken Steele, completes his review of trends in visual identity design at Canada's colleges, looking at rebrands for NorQuest College, New Brunswick Community College, La Cité Collégiale, Sheridan College, Fanshawe College, Georgian College, and SIAST (Saskatchewan Polytechnic). He also sums up the 5 Signs a Brand Needs Refreshing, and 9 Colleges that may be Due, as well as predicting 6 Traits New Brand Identities will Likely Share.
Canada's most trusted higher ed monitor and futurist, Ken Steele, begins his review of trends in visual identity design at Canada's colleges looking at new brands for Lethbridge Community College, NAIT, Red Deer College, College of the North Atlantic, University College of the North, Niagara College, Sault College, Northern College, Mohawk College, Langara College, Douglas College, and Vancouver Community College.
What were the ten biggest headaches confronting Canadian higher education leaders and public affairs practitioners in 2014? In the final part of a 3-part series, Ken Steele reviews the 2 biggest headaches confronting Canadian college and university public affairs practitioners in 2014: the endless debate over Trinity Western University's new Law School, and the story behind the story of the University of Saskatchewan's TransformUS plan, and the media relations debacle that cost the president, provost, and others their jobs. And he sums up some lessons learned!
What were the ten biggest headaches confronting Canadian higher education leaders and public affairs practitioners in 2014? In part 2, Ken Steele looks at self-inflicted headaches including Labour Negotiations at University of New Brunswick, Mount Allison University, and University of Windsor; Expense Accounts at Red River College; and Executive Compensation at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
What were the ten biggest headaches confronting Canadian higher education leaders and public affairs practitioners in 2014?
In part 1, Ken Steele reviews some acute headaches caused by campus crises and crime, data hacking, protests and fraud, including: Bomb threats at SIAST and Red River College, Shooting at York University, Stabbings in Calgary, uWaterloo applicant data exposed, Western student hacks CRA, UBC student banking data exposed, UNB student union website hacked by ISIS, Divest McGill, University of Toronto petition, University of Victoria faculty divestment, UBC faculty referendum, Divest Dal at Dalhousie, Capilano University, York University billing frauds, and the UBC Dentistry fraud.
Ken Steele is Canada's most trusted higher education monitor and futurist, who created the nation's leading PSE market research firm (Academica Group) and top daily news publication (Academica Top Ten). In his podcast, "Ten with Ken," Ken shares breaking news, emerging trends, research data, best practices and bright ideas of interest to college and university leaders and front-line faculty and staff, in areas as diverse as institutional branding and marketing, pedagogy and teaching and learning innovations, strategic planning and revenue generation. For more information about Ken's speaking and facilitation services, and to access a database of "bright ideas" and archive of articles and white papers, please visit Eduvation Inc. at www.eduvation.ca.