It’s a fact . . . Floridians involved in higher education who are plugged in to what is going on in their profession and around the state are at a distinct advantage over those who are not.
✓ Do you use your cell phone as your alarm clock?
✓ Do you wake up wondering what happened overnight?
✓ Do you immediately check your email?
✓ Do you scour your favorite news sources and social media feeds?
✓ Do you wonder what’s on tap later today or later this week?
✓ Do you like starting your day in the know?
In Florida’s competitive higher education environment, information is indispensable. How are you maintaining YOUR information edge?
This blog will devote itself… to providing Floridians involved in higher education timely, convenient, access to information that reflects the issues, events, experiences, and ideas relevant to our profession.
Organized as a one stop florida higher education news medium, the content will be separated out by the major higher ed sectors of our state (state universities, state / community colleges, independent / private colleges and universities, and for-profit and career colleges) and alphabetized within those categories for speed of consumption.
The Yip Yap section will array editorials, columns, and letters to the editor related to Florida higher ed. It will also attempt to showcase the Florida higher ed affiliated experts the media are seeking out to comment on issues of the day.
This blog will deliver… a carefully curated listing of higher ed headlines from Florida’s major daily and weekly newspapers (and other sources) aggregating a valuable and engaging mix of daily content.
Florida Higher Education Spectator Content Mix
Serious & Silly
Head & Heart
Informative & Entertaining
a little bit you should know this… & a little bit you will enjoy this…
So, who’s behind those shades?
Dr. Jason Lewis Walton works in the Office of the President at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida where he serves as Chief of Staff.
FLHESpectator.com is assembled and published Monday through Friday as the personal blog of Jason Walton. The aggregated headlines assembled on this site are a purely avocational pursuit about a topic I am passionate about – higher education in Florida.
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FLHESpectator.com only represents the aggregated headlines I find personally interesting. No commentary is offered by me on this blog; I’m just a spectator…
The assembled headlines (and the content they link to) represent the thoughts and opinions of the original authors and do not reflect my own (and CERTAINLY not the those of Lynn University). None of the headlines posted on this blog are made during the work day and none are made on Lynn University equipment.
Third-party comments related to these headlines are not enabled or permitted by me on this blog, so if you want to tell the world how you feel about one of the stories I link to, please do it in the discussion forums of the site of origination for the headlines. If you are a site I am directing readers to through this blog’s assembled headlines and you feel your copyright, trademark, intellectual property, or privacy rights have been infringed upon or violated, you may contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be happy to remove the link and stop directing readers to your content. I will do my best to monitor the site when I post in the evenings. If you find that a link to a headline is broken or a mistake that needs to be addressed you may contact me using the same email address.
BTW – the very same email address also works for fan mail…