Universities

  • Twitter Updates Progress on Diversity, Inclusion

    … Twitter’s update on its diversity efforts followed the same theme as counterparts Facebook and Pinterest: modest progress, along with the acknowledgement that more work needs to be done. Vice president of inclusion and diversity Jeffrey Siminoff said in a blog post that the social network met or exceeded its goals for 2016, and it shared modest…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook Twitter- 37 readers -
  • Which Universities Do People Like, Dislike Most on Twitter?

    … positive sentiment overall, while posts about Washington University in St. Louis, Bowdoin College and Lehigh University include the most negative words per tweet. On the positive side, the more popular universities on Twitter might be happy to be associated with words like “recommend,” “great,” “love,” “work” and “happy.” The tweets with negative…

    Inside Facebookin Twitter- 17 readers -
  • Drunk, Sober Colleges on Twitter (Report)

    … Which colleges and universities were the source of the most tweets mentioning alcohol, and which were sober as church mice? CollegeStats.org analyzed geotagged tweets around, um, institutions of higher learning, and it outlined its findings in a report. Far more details are available in the report, but here are the top three and bottom three…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Twitter- 21 readers -
  • What Are the Top 50 Colleges on Facebook, Twitter?

    … schools on each platform were: Facebook: Baylor Texas A&M University Ashford University Wisconsin-Madison University of Texas at Austin Twitter: Wisconsin-Madison Texas A&M Baylor Indiana University University of Utah Engagement Labs said in a release announcing its findings that Baylor performed strongly due to high-quality content…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook Twitter- 25 readers -
  • What Do College Admissions Officers Look For on Facebook Pages?

    What do college admissions officers look for when scanning the Facebook profiles of applicants? Kaplan Test Prep surveyed nearly 400 of them from across the U.S. to find out. According to Kaplan, 40 percent of admissions officers said they visit applicants’ profiles on Facebook and other social networks to learn more about them, marking a record since Kaplan starting tracki ...

    David Cohen/ AllFacebook- 15 readers -
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