October 22, 2013 2:31 pm


Great show today featuring John Hill, Linkedin’s Higher Education Evangelist, and Dan Klamm, Director of Young Alumni Engagement at Syracuse University. Host Ryan Catherwood steered the discussion today (through some technical difficulties) which featured tips for managing Groups, University Pages and opportunities for alumni career services, engagement and advancement services to utilize Linkedin’s amazing digital platform. Dan Klamm added great insights into how Syracuse University is helping to make Linkedin’s online/offline dream come to life by connecting young alumni through programs and events. Dan works out of Syracuse University’s Lubin House headquarters in NYC.



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Ryan Catherwood

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