An Anthology of U
The notion of storytelling is big right now in higher education, just as years ago the push was to describe, not define, the institution and its offerings.
We are firm believers in these approaches, which ultimately represent ways to help constituents connect to the human-ness that lays inside the brick and mortar edifices of classroom and laboratory. But random, disjointed stories don’t necessarily make for enjoyable reading, nor do they present a cohesive narrative of U. So, as you begin to tell your tale, we urge you to fashion each story as part of an anthology, a collection that shares themes and characters and weaves them together in a way that is so compelling and authentic it will leave your audience wanting to know more.