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07.24.2024
2:00 pm

Next Office Hour | Innovation and Inclusivity: Leading Change on Campuses

Institutions are grappling with creating bold innovations; a live conversation about how they can create inclusive change initiatives. Free virtual event.

08.28.2024
2:00 pm

Next Office Hour | Student Migration and College Enrollment

A live panel discussion about geographic trends in enrollment. What the data says and the impact of social media. Free virtual event.

Latest Virtual Events

EVENTS ABOUT TRANSFORMING HIGHER ED

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06.20.2024

The Future of Deep Collaboration Between Institutions

Watch on Demand. Forming collaborations will be crucial for higher ed institutions to innovate and succeed during this challenging period. Panelists outlined alliance models that are working, and described how they operate. Solutions they gave for sustaining collaborations include focusing on structure, communication, and reiterating the vision. With support from Workday.

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06.06.2024

AI and Enrollment

Watch on Demand. Three higher ed marketing and enrollment experts discussed results they’ve seen from implementing AI in the last year, and what’s next. The panel included a community college, a regional public, and a private research university. “This has been an eye opener. Great perspectives,” said an attendee. With support from Element451.

05.02.2024

Growing Enrollment in the Decade Ahead

Watch on Demand. Panelists described where institutions are finding new markets of students and increasing their enrollments during a time when many are seeing enrollment declines. Factors for success include continuous dialogue with employers in the region, adapting program formats to provide more options for learners, and granting credit for prior experience. With support from Cengage.

04.23.2024

The New Landscape for Student Well-Being

Watch on Demand. Leaders from four institutions described how they proactively use safety and wellness information across all phases from recruitment to orientation and supporting student success. They remove silos between departments which have answers students need, use assessments at the right times, and provide equitable support to online students. With support from Vector Solutions.

03.19.2024

How to Ensure Upskilling for All

Watch on Demand. Education providers, a working learner, and an employer described innovations that are helping individuals understand skills needed for the future, and research career growth opportunities. Employers and educators need to clearly identify skills, have systems that manage data about skills, and collaborate to determine appropriate time duration of programs. With support from Jobs for the Future.

01.25.2024

Preparing Students for a Future of AI

Watch on Demand. “One of the best webinars I’ve attended on AI,” said an attendee. Leaders in teaching with AI were candid about the challenges and described how use of AI in courses is reshaping faculty and student roles. Learning becomes experiential, so students practice the skills needed in this period of rapid technological change. With support from Workday.

EVENTS ABOUT ADMISSIONS

04.21.2024

Navigating Into College, Work Experience, and Career Success

Watch on Demand. Three experts on the transition through higher education to careers spoke with Jeff about everything from picking a major to navigating internships and creating their own definitions of success. “Thank you, I learned so much,” was one of the many positive comments from the live audience.

Rethinking Achievement Culture and the College Search
11.28.2023

Rethinking Achievement Culture and the College Search

Watch on Demand. Journalist Jennifer Breheny Wallace, author of the new bestseller “Never Enough,” explained the increased pressure students feel, and the negative impacts on their health. She shared practical suggestions for family dialogues about college, and the concept of “mattering” as a solution for feeling valued separate from one’s achievements.

10.23.2023

The Truth About College Admission for Families

Watch on Demand. Jeff Selingo and Jodi Hester, a college counselor, interviewed a college counselor and an executive director of admission about how families can make navigating the college search a positive experience. Brennan Barnard and Rick Clark also provided broader context about colleges’ deadlines and admission processes.

08.29.2023

Navigating Admissions in the Year Ahead

Watch on Demand. There’s been a lot of change in the college application and admissions environment. Experts Timothy L. Fields and Shereem Herndon-Brown joined Jeff to discuss what high school juniors and seniors should focus on as they dive into the college search.

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02.16.2021

Howard County Public Schools, MD

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