When it comes to speaking, Jeff’s reviews tell all.

“Jeff Selingo’s plenary speech at the 97th AACRAO Annual conference was insightful and engaging. We had a difficult time closing the session because of the lively discussion with the audience. His was the highest-rated session of the entire conference.”
Jerome Sullivan
Executive Director
American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers

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“As a keynote speaker at the Council on Undergraduate Research annual conference, Jeff Selingo was engaging and provocative. His comments on the national landscape of higher education stimulated a great deal of discussion. Several conference participants, though disturbed by some of the information, felt it was one of the most informative and interesting presentations they had heard.”
Nancy Hensel
Executive Officer
Council on Undergraduate Research

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“As interim president of Franklin and Marshall last year during a presidential search, I wanted the college’s administrative leadership team and leading faculty to think broadly and strategically about the challenges facing higher education and especially liberal arts colleges. As part of this effort, I asked Jeff Selingo to meet with us and to identify the trends, opportunities and threats to the academy that he saw from his unique perch at The Chronicle of Higher Education. Jeff’s presentation was wonderfully comprehensive, illuminating and thought provoking, providing important context to our collective understanding of the immediate and longer term issues facing the campus.”
John Burness
Interim President, Franklin & Marshall College
Former senior vice president for public affairs and government relations, Duke University