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  • Top Sessions at San Diego Education Conference Shed Light on Industry Pain Points

    Hearing Sir Richard Branson’s take on innovation, watching the audience sit entranced as Janice Driver drew on her law enforcement background to present ways to better communicate, the opening night Rock the Block party and close to 200 veterans who took part in our first NAAEI Military Career Fair – those are just a few of the items that make up my own top 10 list from last month’s NAA Education...
  • Call to Action: Avoiding the Revenue Management Stall Out

    Kelly McGuire is getting bored with revenue management. And when the executive director of hospitality and travel global practice at SAS, who also holds a PhD in revenue management from the Cornell School of Hotel Administration, talks revenue management trends, people tend to listen. Her research has been published in The Cornell Hospitality Quarterly, Journal of Pricing and Revenue Management...
  • Being Proactive in Dealing With ‘What’s Next’ for Student Housing

    It’s no surprise to those who own, operate, and manage off-campus housing communities that today’s college student, their parents, and the university all expect more out of the residential living-learning experience.  It begins with the experience of living on campus where today’s residence halls have gone through complete makeovers and renovations with regards to technology, finishes, and the...
  • It’s High Time to Talk Medicinal Marijuana

    When I was 13, I went to my very first concert. My mom and uncle took me to see my favorite band, Third Eye Blind, at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Maryland. Two minutes into the show, Mom turned to me and said, “Do you smell that, Lauren? That’s pot. Don’t breathe it in!” Confused as to how I would enjoy the rest of the concert while holding my breath, I nodded, made a mental note and continued...

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