Welcome to the site of education writer and expert Aaron Basko. Aaron has spent the last 20 years providing leadership, creating change, and getting results in higher education settings, both public and private. His writing and analysis provide insight on a diverse array of topics, including college admissions and enrollment, career development, international capacity building, and student mobility.
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Aaron is the author of two books, Help Wanted (Judson Press 2012 – Light of Literacy Nominee) and What’s Your Function? (Judson Press 2014 – Winner of a 2015 Illumination Award). He currently serves as contributing editor for Recruitment & Retention in Higher Education magazine.
Aaron has a special interest and expertise in international education topics, especially student mobility, exchange opportunities, and education capacity-building. In 2015, he was selected for an International Education Administrator grant from the J. William Fulbright program, the most prestigious U.S. higher education exchange program. He subsequently served as both a peer reviewer for the program and a capacity-building expert for the Fulbright Commission in Reykjavik, Iceland. Aaron has also been a Rotary International Exchange scholar, a Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellow, and a finalist for the Truman Scholarship.
Aaron has written for a wide range of publications, including:
Student Affairs Leader
The Journal of College Admission
The Christian College Guide
Ignite Your Faith
Old Schoolhouse Magazine
For Recent Grads Only
The Eastern ACE Blog
The PACER (PA Association of College Admissions Counseling)
Work-Wise, The Modesto Bee
Aaron has been quoted or interviewed by the following media outlets:
- The Huffington Post
- The New Jersey Star Ledger
- The Baltimore Sun
- Diverse Issues in Higher Education
- Career Bliss
- WBOC MD
- WMDT MD
- PA Money Matters
For samples of Aaron’s writing, check out the Blog tab or learn more about Resources.
(Note: Material on this blog represent the personal reflections of the author and not the opinions of my employer or other organizations mentioned on the site. All information is provided on an as-is basis. – Aaron Basko)