Lenexa, KS (PRWEB) August 27, 2013
A new magazine and website dedicated to providing tools, resources and strategies for higher education professionals serving nontraditional students was launched last week and distributed to readers worldwide.
University Outlook published its inaugural edition Aug. 16, featuring analyses of current trends in the college and university sector, interviews with prominent executives, research on topics relevant to college leadership, and wisdom from leading experts in all areas of higher education.
Through the bimonthly magazine, weekly electronic newsletter and website (http://www.UniversityOutlook.com), University Outlook will strive to provide postsecondary education professionals the information and insights they need to help connect with and educate today’s growing population of adult and online learners, both domestically and internationally.
The magazine and its companion online weekly newsletter will feature in-depth coverage of the latest news and events impacting online programs and students, analyses of current trends, recaps of education conferences, interviews with prominent executives, and research on topics relevant to the underserved segment of nontraditional students.
Some of the topics to be covered in upcoming issues of University Outlook include:
The August/September issue of University Outlook was distributed to more than 8,000 readers, with readership comprised of college presidents, decision-makers and executives, as well as industry partners, associations and foundations. The magazine will also be available in digital format on http://www.UniversityOutlook.com, where readers may also sign up for the weekly newsletter. Subscriptions to the magazine and newsletter are free of charge.
For additional information about University Outlook or to inquire about contributing editorial content, contact Steve Adams, Editor in Chief, at steve(at)universityoutlook(dot)com. For advertising or sponsorship information, contact Director of Business Development Joe Leonhardt at 303.588.7817 or joe(at)universityoutlook(dot)com.