The Principles of Professionalism: Ensuring Students Make the Grade in the Real World

By Pamela Eyring, Owner and President, The Protocol School of Washington®
Understanding the fundamentals of business protocol and professional etiquette are more important than ever in our ever-changing multicultural workforce. But there are nuances and subtle shifts in professional behavior that will make your graduates stand out from the competition.

Working with Workforce Development

Cybersecurity and Potential Loss of Title IV Eligibility

By Michelle Donovan, Partner and Jessica S. High, Attorney, Duane Morris, LLP
The Department has taken several actions that make it abundantly clear that Title IV schools must adhere to strict federal cybersecurity regulations. It has also explicitly stated that it considers a breach to the security of student records as a demonstration of a potential lack of administrative capability, which can lead to restrictions on a school’s Title IV funding, including a complete loss of Title IV eligibility.

The HCM2 Club

Online Delivery: Silver Bullet or Potential Trap? And What Questions any Institution of Higher Education Should be Asking

By Wallace K. Pond, Ph.D.
Whether you have been delivering content online for some time or still debating whether or not to take the leap, it is important to periodically review why your institution should or shouldn’t be in the online business to begin with.

Faculty Mentoring: A Valuable Investment to Future Academic Success

Practical Strategies That Harden Your Admissions Process to Avoid Being a Soft Target

By Edward Cramp, Partner, Higher Education Practice Group, Duane Morris LLP
This article outlines some simple and effective strategies colleges can employ for protection. A smart, defensive approach to admissions will deter most baseless student claims and defeat the few that get made.

U.S. Department of Education Releases State Authorization, Notice and Disclosure, and Institutional Eligibility Regulations