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In this webconference, we discuss the growing demand for multimodal and hybrid education amongst traditional-aged undergraduates.
March Mammal Madness returns for its fifth year—but the lineup has a few surprising additions.
Enrollment patterns are changing. Students are flocking toward professional degree tracks and away from the arts and humanities. When Virginia Tech incorporated enrollment performance into academic program review, faculty became more engaged in recruitment and designing prospect-friendly programs. Though the process takes only five minutes per program, it helped campus leaders turn around struggling programs—the majority of which now operate at full capacity.
These career readiness programs —which last anywhere from a few days to a full week—aim to deliver practical career advising to students.
Consider these three questions to encourage program completion and reduce future headaches for COE teams.
This year's chosen texts grapple with civil rights, immigration, and technology, according to a recent report.
The revised curriculums emphasize experiential learning opportunities that help student close the hard—and soft—skills gap.