Author Archives: Michael Staton

About Michael Staton

As founder of Inigral, considered the most innovative company in developing social software for student recruitment and retention in Higher Education, Michael has led three rounds of investment, including the first venture investment by the Gates Foundation, and brought on ninety partner institutions. Michael is a frequent speaker, author, and advisor on all things innovation in education, and advises several startups in the San Francisco area.

SIS to Facebook Direct. Introducing Schools on Facebook.

By Michael Staton Hi!  I’m Michael Staton and I’m a guest blogger.  What I say in no way represents Michael Feldstein or his ancestors.  Also, our screenshot here is of our app with Abilene Christian University, a school known for … Continue reading

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Purse String Paradigm Shift

By Michael Staton Michael just introduced me two posts below.  I’m Michael Staton, and I’m a guest blogger. As Michael already mentioned, my fledgling start up, Inigral, has been included in the alpha partnership with Oracle’s new release of their … Continue reading

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Perspectives from a Geek with a Startup

By Michael Staton This is a guest post by Michael Staton for the On the Horizon series on distributed learning environments. Michael studied poverty alleviation for his BA and MA at Clark University, where he developed a lifelong commitment to … Continue reading

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