Advancement Live is back with another new topic in our new format. Join Higher Ed Live hosts Andrew Gossen and Kim Infanti for a look at what is trending in university advancement shops. This week: a recap of key insights from the Artificial Intelligence in Advancement Summit held at Cornell earlier this month. Plus, some […]
Join the conversation with, Sara Goldrick-Rab, author of Paying the Price: College Costs, Financial Aid, and the Betrayal of the American Dream as she shares research, issues, and strategies that are affecting affordability and student success. Please contribute to the conversation by emailing questions before the show to firstname.lastname@example.org or by tweeting live during the show using […]
As winter begins to slowly fade away, admission offices all over the country are planning and executing accepted student events, enhanced communication plans, and engagement activities. It’s yield season! More so than ever before, enrollment managers are asking the question – what do accepted students want? On this episode of Admissions Live, we sit down with three […]
Coordinating recruitment marketing campaigns is a significant undertaking that brings together various stakeholders and colleagues across our institutions. Incorporating both the voices and the skill sets of departments across campus, a collaborative team strives to strike a balance between meeting goals in a timely fashion and pushing the envelope with new creative ideas. Today’s episode […]
Learning is fun during the College and University Public Relations and Associated Professionals’ (CUPRAP) three-day professional development conference. Attendees gain strategic insight and find out what’s trending in higher education communications. Learn how to strengthen your already pivotal role and boost awareness of your institution. Tune in as we preview the annual CUPRAP Conference, held this March in Lancaster, […]
Streaming live from the AI in Advancement Summit at Cornell University: Is your database a system of record or a system of intelligence? Fundraising is an art and a science. Learn how technology can support prospect and volunteer management.
Have you ever wondered what prospective teens are thinking when they receive and read — or ignore — your institution’s recruitment marketing? The third study in the Mythbusting series is the first to focus on the complete enrollment marketing mix. In partnership with NRCCUA® (National Research Center for College & University Admissions), we designed a […]
When it comes to marketing communications teams, one size does not fit all. But no matter the size of your institution, the size of your team or whether you have a centralized or decentralized model, you can organize your team to successfully meet the needs of your institution. This webinar will address: Assessing your current […]
Streaming live from the AI in Advancement Summit at Cornell University: A panel of industry and academic experts will provide concrete examples of AI in practice. Hear how AI works in various industries, academia, and the consumer marketplace. We’re fortunate to have this panel moderated by Kim Infanti, executive director of digital engagement and communications from Syracuse […]
Streaming live from the AI in Advancement Summit at Cornell University: What is Artificial Intelligence? Where did it come from? How did we get to where we are now? Why is AI beginning to boom? This opening keynote will cover a general background of AI. Attendees will start the day having gained a common conceptual framework and […]
Advancement Live is back this month with new topics and a new format. Join Higher Ed Live hosts Andrew Gossen and Kim Infanti for a look at what is trending in university advancement shops. This week: Artificial Intelligence and the upcoming summit for alumni relations, fundraising, and communications pros at Cornell University.
How does one enact racial justice and decolonization in student affairs practice? What tools do student affairs educators need to effectively lead these conversations on their campuses? How will conversations at ACPA 2018 in Houston build on the work of the ACPA and ASHE Presidential Symposium on Racism, Recovery, and Racial Justice held last month? […]
What do student affairs educators need to know to develop an approach to disability that moves beyond access and accommodation? How might applying multiple theoretical frameworks broaden the conversation? What can we do to create campus environments that are more inclusive and equitable for all individuals? How could a broader focus on principles of universal […]
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Facebook is once again updating their algorithm for the News Feed; according to a press release last week, the update is designed to “to help bring people closer together by encouraging more meaningful connections on Facebook”. With this update, people will see less public content, including news, video and posts from brands. Today’s episode brings together […]
During the January 17 episode, host Tony Doody, Senior Director of Student Engagement at Rutgers University, spoke about the latest research and best practices in campus wellbeing with Dr. George Brown, Assistant Vice Provost in the Office for Student Affairs at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities; Pam Watts, NIRSA Executive Director; and Chris Wise, Assistant Vice President for Student […]