Press and Publications

Backlash begins against Univ. Of Arizona acquisition of Ashford University, Inside HigherEd, Aug. 4, 2020

For inbound college students — and universities — fall semester presents new choices and dilemmas, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, May 11, 2020

Getting Down to Business in Difficult Days [opinion], Inside Higher Ed, April 3, 2020

Colleges move to refund student fees, but can their budgets take the hit?, Education Dive, March 31, 2020

Colleges stand to lose millions because of the coronavirus, Philadelphia Inquirer, March 13, 2020

Coronavirus Closures Pose Refund Quandary, Inside Higher Ed, March 13, 2020

Five Economic Effects The Coronavirus Pandemic Is Going To Have On American Colleges, Forbes, March 13, 2020

Fight Unfolds Over Frank Lloyd Wright’s Educational Legacy, Inside Higher Ed, March 11, 2020

Are You Ready for a Recession? Bull markets do eventually end, Chronicle of Higher Education (premium), March 1, 2020

A Creative Legacy: Liberal Arts Colleges Build on Their Innovative Foundations, Liberal Education, journal of Assoc. of American Colleges & Universities, Winter 2019

College Admissions Officers Can Now Recruit Prospective Students More Aggressively, NPR “All Things Considered,” Oct. 3, 2019

Four Presidents Out, Without Notice or Explanation, Inside Higher Ed, June 24, 2019

Change Still Tricky As Sentencing In Varsity Blues Scandal Begins, WGBH News “On Campus,” June 12, 2019

Our college sports system is broken. Do we have the guts to fix it?, Boston Globe Magazine, May 15, 2019

As Small Private Colleges Keep Closing, Some Are Fighting Back, WGBH News “On Campus,” April 15, 2019

5 new and noteworthy books for higher ed leaders, University Business, March 28, 2019

Shared Governance Builds Stronger Colleges:New book also examines new wrinkles in enrollment, academics and student life, University Business, April 13, 2018

Boston is the nation’s college capital. Here’s how to keep it that way, Boston Globe, April 3, 2018

How a seemingly basic technology is driving the university of the future, eCampus News, Dec. 15, 2017

#DareToGoDigital: How two colleges embraced digital solutions to create a well-wired campusBusiness Officer (NACUBO), Dec. 2017

Are state higher ed officials moving toward mergers? Education Dive, Oct. 19, 2017

Money Matters: Virginia CFO Awards

Pushing Public Higher Ed Boundaries, Inside Higher Ed, May 4, 2017

Suffolk Symptomatic Of University Boards Gone Bad

How New York’s Free College Plan Could Disrupt Higher Ed Market

Is Harvard Showing Bias Against Asian-Americans?

Emory & Henry Invests in Cutting-Edge Technology

The Case for Higher Ed in a Job-Focused World

Lyon Hires Nontraditional President


How a Seemingly Basic Technology is Driving the University of the Future
by Rick Gaumer

Dare to Go Digital
by Rick Gaumer

To MOOC or Not To MOOC 
by W. Joseph King and Michael Nanfito

College Completion: What If the Focus Was On the Student?
By Brian C. Mitchell

The New Rules of Engagement 
By Brian C. Mitchell

Mending Fences
By Brian C. Mitchell

Calling the Question: Collaboration as Systemic Change
By Brian C. Mitchell and W. Joseph King

The Advantages of Using an Outside Developer for Capital Projects
by Brian C. Mitchell

A Potential Academic Future
by W. Joseph King and Michael Nanfito

Institutional Introspection
by Brian C. Mitchell

Pending publication:

Technology – The Great Enabler that Helps Meet Strategic Goals
by Rick Gaumer in Business Officer Magazine
Coming December 7

Cutting-edge Technology Delivers  on University’s Vision for the Future of Learning
by Rick Gaumer in eCampusNews
Coming December 15