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Special Report | Connecting College and Careers

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Nov 3, 2021 01:29 PM

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Doug Lederman
Co-founder & Editor @Inside Higher Ed
He, with Scott Jaschik, leads the editorial operations of Inside Higher Ed, operations, overseeing news content, opinion pieces, career advice, blogs and other features. He currently produces and hosts The Key with Insider Higher Ed, a podcast and is the co-host of the University Innovation Alliance’s Weekly Wisdom, a video podcast. Lederman speaks widely about higher education, including on C-Span and NPR and at meetings around the country, and his work has appeared in The New York Times, USA Today, the Nieman Foundation Journal and The Christian Science Monitor.
Paul Fain
Journalist & Analyst
Paul Fain is a journalist focused on the nexus between education and work. He writes The Job, a newsletter that explores those issues, and helped create a related weekly publication, Work Shift. From 2011 to 2020, Fain was a reporter and editor at Inside Higher Ed. He oversaw the news outlet’s coverage of low-income students, college completion, community colleges, federal policy and emerging models of higher education.
Dr. Kelly Dries
Assistant Provost for Professional Development and Engaged Learning @University of Redlands
Dr. Kelly Dries has over 14 years of experience in higher education and the K-12 sector. As the Assistant Provost for Professional Development and Engaged Learning and the Executive Director for the Office of Career & Professional Development at the University of Redlands, Kelly oversees the integration of career education across campus, with the goal of creating an ecosystem for career development at the University. Kelly also leads University Wide retention efforts at the University -- recognizing the inherent connection between career development and retention. Since her arrival in 2018, Kelly has helped the OCPD institute over 6 brand new programs to connect students to alumni and employers, raise over $100,000 for Career Development and integrate career into the curriculum with a one-of-a-kind Career Faculty Fellows program, which just received national recognition.