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College faculty learn to embed career guidance in instruction

July, 2018

Up to 500 faculty at 25 higher ed institutions will become better equipped to help students prepare for career and workplace success.

College completion efforts enter ‘buy-one, get-one’ era

July, 2018
SOPHOMORE SAVINGS—Students can complete their second year at Ohio’s Marion Technical College for free if, as freshmen, they keep up their grades and meet with academic and career advisors.

Marion Technical College’s Buy-One, Get-One tuition model will fund all sophomore-year tuition costs for students working toward an associate’s degree.

College students off-campus, but still on the radar

June, 2018
Source: Alcohol and Other Drug Use at UMass Amherst Survey, 2012

Continued binge drinking and destructive student behavior have driven higher ed leaders to refine off-campus behavior policies.

Colleges serve up culinary medicine courses

June, 2018
COOKING UP BETTER HEALTH—Med students at The Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine at Tulane get hands-on culinary lessons to learn how food preparation and diet impact illness. The center was the first dedicated teaching kitchen to be implemented at a medical school.

More than 40 medical schools have added culinary medicine programs to the menu to help students better understand how to combat obesity, diabetes and other chronic diseases.

Let privates talk to each other about college tuition

May, 2018
Wendy B. Libby is president of Stetson University.

College tuition has been growing at roughly double the rate of inflation for decades. At last, the trend of annual tuition hikes appears to be cresting.

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7/25/2018

Register for this prerecorded webcast to see an informative presentation about the latest commerce technologies, and how you can implement these in-demand payment methods to deliver an optimal experience and protect your students and institution via TouchNet Payment Center.

Speakers:

Michael Wilson
Director, Transaction Services
TouchNet

Ryan Audus
Director, Business Development
TouchNet

7/24/2018

The next generation of IT infrastructure, hyperconvergence combines computing, storage and networking into a single, simplified and automated system that is far easier and less costly to use and maintain, making it a perfect fit for colleges and universities, which often have limited IT resources but enterprise-level IT needs.

7/17/2018

In this prerecorded thought leadership webinar, Liaison International brings together a panel of graduate admissions experts to discuss the topic of transparency in graduate admissions, including the practical application of a holistic admissions strategy, trends in evolving models of student support and how institutions can drive student success beyond the classroom.

Scheduled speakers:

Katherine Ruger
Assistant Dean, Admissions & Pre-College Programs
College of Osteopathic Medicine
Michigan State University

Publication Date: 
7/12/2018
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Learn how proactive communication and financial education can help students better manage loans.

From left to right: Kristen Wallitsch, Associate Dean of Academic Support Student Success Center, Bellarmine University; Drew Thiemann, Director of Institutional Research & Effectiveness, Bellarmine University; Jim Breslin, Dean of Student Success, Bellarmine University

Predictive analytics can serve as the foundation of student success efforts. By drawing together data from disparate campus sources and systems, predictive analytics software can enable institutional leaders to predict the likelihood of student attrition, and to identify at-risk students and match them with the right resources that can help them succeed.