Dr. Jodi Levine Laufgraben, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Assessment, and Institutional Research at Temple University joined the podcast to talk about Temple’s Fly in 4 initiative and economically creative ways to keep students in class, engaged and persisting through graduation.
Dr. Richard Irwin, Vice Provost of Academic Innovation & Support Services at The University of Memphis and Dean of UofM Global joined the podcast to discuss the enrollment benefits of pursuing truly integrated partnerships with national and global employers.
David Hakanson, Vice President, CIO & Chief Innovation Officer at Saint Louis University and Jay Goff, Vice President for Enrollment and Retention Management at Saint Louis University joined the podcast to talk about their ambitious Amazon Echo Dot initiative and custom voice AI skill, and how institutions can better leverage technology when it comes to scaling student service.
Dr. Jeananne (Nan) Nicholls, Professor of Marketing at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, joined the podcast to discuss the value of faculty email marketing to engage and motivate online students.
Dr. Chato Hazelbaker, Vice President of Enrollment and Marketing at Carroll College, joined the podcast to discuss how institutions can do a better job communicating and effectively positioning their “mission.”
Paul Bolton, Director of Adult Enrollment at Spalding University, and host of the podcast, “Reboot, 21st Century Enrollment Management” discusses all the steps necessary to successfully launch a new program at your institution.
Nic Voge, Senior Associate Director at Princeton University’s McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, discusses Principedia, Princeton University’s in-house course discovery forum, made to promote student sharing and metacognition while combatting anonymous and unhelpful course review sites.
Tina McEntire, Associate Provost at University of North Carolina at Charlotte, discusses how their Gold Rush micro-grant program keeps students from stopping out late in their program for financial reasons, and how 95% of micro-grant recipients at UNC-Charlotte have either successfully graduated or are on track to do so.
Michael Price, Chief Enrollment Officer at North Central University, discusses how institutions can get creative with employer partnerships, and specifically how religiously-affiliated institutions can partner with churches on enrollment growth initiatives.
Dr. Matt Bergman, Assistant Professor at University of Louisville, discusses why when it comes to recruiting adult students, rather than giving them another chance to earn their degree, we need to ask them to give us another chance.
Dr. Nicholas Colvard, Lecturer and Academic Coach in the Division of Academic Enhancement at University of Georgia, discusses both the potential economic and academic benefits of Open Educational Resources (OER) and the results of their latest findings re: OER at University of Georgia.
Anthony Collamati, Associate Professor of New Media Studies at Alma College discusses how collaborative learning technologies like Google’s new Jamboard can help salvage the best parts of the traditional liberal arts experience in a higher ed world that’s quickly migrating online.
Dr. James Smith, President of Eastern Michigan University, discusses how they’re looking to stay competitive with international recruitment in a politically challenging market with their TRUEMU global rate tuition plan.
Gareth Fowles, Vice President for Enrollment Management at Lynn University, discusses why higher ed needs to follow the lead of customer-service oriented companies from other industries when it comes to student support.
Dr. Timothy Renick, Sr. Vice President for Student Success at Georgia State University, discusses the tech-enabled high-touch strategies that have helped raise their 6-year graduation rate from 32% to 54%.
Matthew Rascoff, Associate Vice Provost at Duke University discusses why higher ed shouldn’t feel threatened by the bootcamp education model, but rather work to integrate these hands-on hard skills within our existing degree programs.
Dawn Medley, Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management at Wayne State University discusses both the access and enrollment growth benefits of their Warrior Way Back program, which forgives up to $1,500 in past-due debt that’s preventing students from moving forward in their degree program.