Today Wonkhe ltd. welcomes two new Directors and members of the Board. Thomas Veit (Director of External Relations, University of Leicester) and Jamie O’Connell (Product Director, Hobsons) join the company from October 2014.
Wonkhe Team Blog
News and musings from the Wonkhe team and community
A few months ago we embarked on an ambitious project to substantially grow this site and its activities and I am pleased to report that things are progressing very well indeed. We want to be the sector’s daily destination for all commentary, debate and analysis about higher education and be an important platform for the new and previously unheard voices in the sector. Our big ambitions are backed up by a big strategy that we are now in the first phase of delivering and I wanted to report back today about our progress and announce the first of many partnerships, as well as a new Editorial Group.
Wonkhe went live three years ago today, and as we celebrate our 3rd birthday, founder and Editor in Chief Mark Leach looks back at the last 12 months. With lots of exciting plans for the site and its surrounding organisation, today is also a good moment to preview some of the interesting developments that we have planned. Thank you for reading and supporting us for another year.
This time last year on Wonkhe’s first birthday, we had a brief look back at the first year in operation. Another year has passed and so as we celebrate our 2nd birthday, it feels like the right time to have another review of the year gone by. This post will give a list of the top 10 locations for reading the site, as well as the most popular content. And as usual, we will have a little look towards the future. Thanks for reading.
I decided at the launch of Wonkhe not to do a lot of meta blogging about blogging – it isn’t interesting for most people. But I feel we have a good story to tell, a bright future and as Wonkhe turns one year old today, it seems like a good moment for reflection.
I’m taking the opportunity over the summer to do a little bit of painting and decorating, so things may not quite work as they should (but I hope they do). Apart from changes to fonts and styles, the biggest change that you’ll notice is the addition of a second sidebar. I felt that there was… read more