Content Type: Blogs
While student belongingness is a broad topic, a growing body of academic research offers insights into what drives belonging, and why it’s important to support it.
This past summer, we surveyed more than 2,000 current and future students to understand the impacts of COVID-19 on students’ education plans.
Learn how to engage students, faculty, staff, and your board in conversations about cybersecurity.
Fintech jobs are rapidly increasing. EAB dug into labor market data to help partners understand this industry and how to focus a potential fintech curriculum.
As the world begins to reopen, travel guidelines become more diverse, and student preferences become more varied, the tactics you use to connect with students need to match that variation. Here are a few tips to help you strengthen your hybrid recruitment strategy.
It’s critical to balance saturating known markets and identifying new, productive lead sources while ensuring you are being as efficient with marketing dollars as possible.
Implement these strategies in your MBA recruitment process to keep prospective students engaged and stave off potential declines in applications and enrollments.
As difficult as the last year and half have been, we should take stock of some of the positive innovations and advancements that have come as a result. How can we maintain this momentum to better serve tomorrow’s students?
Why is it difficult to use campus data to answer seemingly simple questions? Here are 4 signs your data strategy may need attention—and what to do if these signs show up on your campus.
In response to growing interest among provosts in norms and emerging trends associated with academic affairs unit, we launched a survey to provide much-needed insight into the size, scope, and processes in place at colleges and universities across North America.