Ariel Aisen is a Associate Director in EAB’s Strategic Research division. In this role, she works directly with higher education members to uncover and share their success stories and best practices. Ariel’s current work examines one-of-a-kind programs and practices that colleges and universities employ to ensure all students are fully supported from their first day on campus through graduation and beyond. She shines in her ability to bring student success stories to life with her expertise in writing and visual design.
Supporting students is Ariel’s passion—in her free time, she volunteers as a mentor with DC Public Schools, helping young students find the fun in reading and learning. Prior to joining EAB, Ariel partnered with hospitals and health systems on revenue cycle management.
Ariel graduated with honors from Washington University in St. Louis, where she earned a BA in English and Spanish Literature.
Research and Insights
We sat down with leaders from Florida State University to discuss how FSU provides comprehensive, holistic support for first-generation students. Learn how they built unique programs that give first-gen students not only academic support, but a sense of pride and belonging on campus.
Learn how four schools used technology to better engage existing campus stakeholders to see an immediate impact on student success.