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University presidents need bold strategy to differentiate themselves in an increasingly competitive market.
The negative effects of a rude email can spill out of the workplace and into employees' home lives, according to a professor of labor and employment relations.
Application season is ending, and we've rounded up creative strategies for engaging admitted students—tried and tested by more than 25 diverse EAB partner institutions.
'Students are more likely to respond to messages that focus on them and their goals, rather than on the University’s rules and policies,' says one director of student success initiatives.
Institutional leaders need to consider staffing models, both in specialization and capacity, to determine if adult and professional education efforts can grow. Staff roles and resources outlined below correlate to COE units achieving $40M+ in revenue; though exact structures vary significantly across institutions, these functions remain crucial to financial success.
900+ partners came together for three days of research, workshops, and networking at CONNECTED19. Explore three key themes from the event.
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