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"Colby really connects well with his audience through the use of stories. He has a down home way about him that makes you feel like you are sitting around a campfire and listening to some old country folklore. In turn, we live in a very noisy and commoditized world. So, anyone who can demonstrate high levels of sincerity and authenticity really stands out. And Colby has both."
- Mark Potter, CEO at Conduit Inc.

MURFREESBORO – Let’s put in business terms what Colby Jubenville does at MTSU. Better yet, go ahead and label it customer service. One description calls that “the provision of service to customers before, during and after a purchase.” It certainly can apply to the student experience on the collegiate level. First, the consumer — i.e., […]

MURFREESBORO – For his work helping others develop their professional careers, Middle Tennessee State University professor Colby Jubenville has been named the 2015 YP Nashville Impact Award winner. Jubenville, a special assistant to the dean for student success and strategic partnerships at MTSU and principal of Red Herring Innovation and Design, will be given the […]

Dr. Colby B. Jubenville has been selected as a staff writer for The Washington Times newspaper in Washington, D.C. Jubenville’s blog entitled “Going Your Own Way,” helps readers understand how to monetize their knowledge, skill, desire, confidence and likeability so that they can go their own way and not the way of the herd. The […]

The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and YP Nashville has named 75 young professionals as finalists for the Nashville Emerging Leader Awards. The program recognizes individuals under the age of 40 who have made significant accomplishments professionally and contributions to their community. “These young professionals possess strong leadership skills, and their commitment to the community […]

If you’re refocusing your emphasis on helping students, it’s beneficial to have a faculty member who was doing that long before “retention” and “graduation” became buzzwords. College of Behavioral and Health Sciences dean Terry Whiteside has one such professor, and he recently elevated him to a new position within the College to ensure his positive […]