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Ed Cabellon // The Evolution of Tech in Student Affairs

There is a lot more to technology than downloading the hottest app or upgrading the latest software update. As Dr. Ed Cabellon shares technology is actually pretty personal – with skills required for successful technology implementation including politics, emotions and a long-term investment. Ed has seen the evolution of technology especially in students affairs and enrollment management as an early adopter and educator of digital identity, social media, and digital marketing. He’ll share his tips and tricks for navigating technology implementation including showcasing the homegrown strategy at Bridgewater State University called BSUlife.com.

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Bridgewater State University
Gaga: Five Foot Two
Boston Marathon
BSU Life
Caldwell University
Ed’s fundraising link

Revenge of the Sith
Dark Jedi

Higher Ed Live
Ed Cabellon’s blog
Ed’s Dissertation Research
Technology Implementation Model for Student Affairs
Health and Safety Communication: A Practical Guide Forward
BSU Life Facebook
BSU Life Twitter
BSU Life Instagram
BSU Life YouTube
My BSU Life Vignettes
How to Engage the Digital Generation
Pew Research
Shoe Dog
I’ll have another (Lindsey Hine)

More about Ed

Dr. Ed Cabellon
Dr. Ed Cabellon is a collaborative higher education leader in Student Affairs, Enrollment, and Marketing areas. With over twenty years of progressive administrative experience, he currently works at Bridgewater State University (BSU) leading strategic planning, marketing, budgets, fundraising, and human resources areas. He is also an adjunct faculty member who teaches “Strategic Management”, “Principles of Marketing”, and “Curriculum, Identity, & Digital Technology” to graduate and undergraduate students.
Additionally, Dr. Cabellon is an experienced digital technology scholar, speaker, and consultant. Since 2007, he has delivered nearly 100 invited keynotes, presentations, and workshops for colleges, universities, businesses, and associations across the United States and Canada. He has also co-edited and authored articles and publications focused on engaging the digital generation college students, faculty, and administrators. These efforts have earned him national recognition including being named to the “Top 50 Must-Read Higher Education Technology Websites” list by Ed Tech: Focus on Higher Education since 2012, the Chronicle of Higher Education’s “Technology Innovators” list in 2013, and as an ACPA Diamond Honoree in 2015.
Dr. Cabellon’s doctoral research reflects the need for educational institutions and organizations to strategically implement technology to improve work capacity, augment existing engagement efforts, and catalyze changes that positively impact student recruitment, retention, and success.
He is avid runner (completing 18 half marathons, the 2016 Marine Corps Marathon and 2017 Boston Marathon) and is currently training for the 2018 Boston Marathon. He also loves to golf and play basketball and is a superfan of all things Star Wars, Back to the Future, Harry Potter, Walking Dead, and Game of Thrones. You will find him often jamming to 90s hip hop and R&B.

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Websites:  edcabellon.com / bsulife.com

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