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Beat the Summer Slide: Tips for Staying Engaged with College Students

Posted by admin on May 20, 2013 5:25:09 AM

At Verge Pipe Media we have the good fortune of being located next to a prominent southeastern university. We've recently welcomed a new crop of upperclassmen students for Imagineership Training, preparing them to lend their voices to our blog and social channels. They have chosen to sacrifice their final summer as a college students for the sake of adventure, hard work and opportunity.

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Topics: higher education, Social Media, development, Alumni Relations

Todays Grads, Tomorrows Alums

Posted by Don Crow on May 3, 2013 5:36:19 AM

Tweet your questions and comments directly to author Don Crow, @DonCrow

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Topics: higher education, Alumni Relations

Case Study for Alumni Involvement: Texas A&M

Posted by Gray on Apr 17, 2013 2:18:41 AM

They say everything’s bigger in Texas. That certainly seems to hold true in the case of their schools’ alumni involvement. One university in particular caught my attention: Texas A&M.

Editor’s note: We realize the Aggies have caught our attention a few times before. What can we say? They’ve got it going on, right now.

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Topics: higher education, Social Media, development, Alumni Relations

Staying Connected with College Graduates: Social Media and Alumni

Posted by admin on Dec 3, 2012 5:21:00 AM

Most Universities are beginning to use social media tools to engage with students and prospective students. They see the value with connecting with millennials across the digital world. This isn't news. But what about for engaging alumni - those who didn’t grow up with internet and mobile access?

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Topics: social media marketing, Content Marketing, higher education, Social Media, Alumni Relations, Inbound Marketing

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