Hosted by Lougan Bishop and Jon Blankenship, Higher Ed Social is a weekly podcast dedicated to those that work in higher education. In each episode, we dive into the lives and careers of people who help make colleges and universities work. So sit back, relax and get ready for some fun conversation.
Hosted by Lougan Bishop and Jon Blankenship, Higher Ed Social is a weekly podcast dedicated to those that work in higher education. In each episode, we dive into the lives and careers of people who help make colleges and universities work. So sit back, relax and get ready for some fun conversation.
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Rank #1: Ep30. Addressing Sexual Assault on Campus - Jon McBride - BYU.
When it comes to social media, it's easy to focus on the fun and funny. A clever .gif here, a cat meme there, rinse and repeat. But in February 2018, the social media team at BYU adopted a much more serious tone on their Instagram Story. In a series of videos and text updates, featuring students, staff, and faculty, BYU proactively talked about sexual assault on campus.In this episode of the Hashtag Higher Ed Podcast, Jon McBride, Media Relations and Social Media Manager at BYU, shares the genesis of this idea, the key to earning institutional buy-in for the idea, the unanticipated Instagram feature that helped make an immediate difference for students, and the surprisingly stressful component of the project.
Rank #2: Ep29. Creating Authentic Content through Instagram Stories - Jason Boucher - UNH.
You’ve undoubtedly heard the word “authenticity” thrown around recently. Perhaps at a conference, in a webinar, or even in your own conversations. But while the word itself has become a bit of a buzzword, the meaning behind it is everything to today’s prospective college students. In episode 29 of the Hashtag Higher Ed Podcast, Jason Boucher, Manager of Social Media at the University of New Hampshire, shares how his team at UNH is using current students to publish authentic social content, and why they’ve honed in on Instagram Stories as their method for doing so.
Higher Ed Now is a production of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. It is a podcast concerning issues and policy in America's higher education system.
Rank #1: Sean Decatur, Kenyon College President.
Sean Decatur, President of Kenyon College, sat down for a skype interview with ACTA's Erik Gross (a Kenyon alumnus) to talk about the virtues and benefits of a liberal arts education, and how his experience as a scientist influences his leadership of a liberal arts institution.
Rank #2: What Will They Learn? Preparing Students for the 21st Century Marketplace.
Now in its 10th year, What Will They Learn is one of ACTA’s most courageous and groundbreaking initiatives. It takes a penetrating look at more than 1,100 colleges and universities, grading how effective they are in delivering a comprehensive liberal arts education that equips students to succeed in the global marketplace and civic life. Listen in as Elliott Cole engages program leaders Megan Riethmiller and Nathaniel Urban, along with ACTA's president Michael Poliakoff, to examine how What Will They Learn cuts through the dense verbiage of course catalogs and boldly shows what really matters in higher education.
This show will be exploring the lives of diverse professionals to showcase how we all "geek out" about something and how it positively impacts our lives. Hosted by Dustin Ramsdell.
Rank #1: Episode #2: Hing Potter on Civic Engagement.
Our guest this episode is Hing Potter, student affairs professional and civic engagement advocate! Subscribe and listen via iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play. Find the full show notes at higheredgeek.com/podcast Check out our sponsor, Swift Kick, and if you mention Higher Ed Geek, you'll get $500 off their speaking fee. Music by pond5.com
Rank #2: Episode #17: Dr. Brian Bourke on Woodworking & Being Curious.
Our guest this episode is Dr. Brian Bourke, woodworker, and thoughtfully curious higher ed faculty member. Subscribe and listen via iTunes, Stitcher, or Google Play. Find the full show notes at higheredgeek.com/podcast Check out our sponsor, Swift Kick, and if you mention Higher Ed Geek, you'll get $500 off their speaking fee. Our podcast is a proud member of the ConnectEDU Podcast Network. Music by pond5.com
In the Higher Ed Happy Hour, three well-known Washington, DC-based journalists and policy wonks -- Kevin Carey of New America, Andrew Kelly of the American Enterprise Institute, and Libby Nelson of Vox.com -- discuss the latest happenings in higher education policy, research, and popular culture. There are special guests, wonky digressions, and excursions into the shocking and absurd.
Rank #1: Back from Summer Break: The election, FAFSA reform, college football.
Kevin and Libby welcome Jesse O'Connell as our first guest host / drinks-master to dive deep into FAFSA reform and prior-prior year. Also, presidential election developments and pretending Northeastern's football season didn't start until last week.
Rank #2: The Rise and Fall of PoliSci plus This Changes Everything, Pt. II.
Kevin and Libby dissect the Season 4 of The Americans, we continue debating how or if to blow up the federal financial aid system, and Andrew and Libby discuss Trump and the brief ascendency of Political Science.
Higher Ed Live offers viewers direct access to the best & brightest minds in education and allows viewers to share knowledge and participate in discussions around the industry's most important issues.
Rank #1: Advancement Live - Activating Alumni as Social Media Ambassadors.
You know that you're produce compelling content; now how do you make sure that content is reaching the maximum number of eyes? Or if there's a message you'd like to get out, do you have a reliable team at the ready to help you do just that? That's where alumni social media ambassadors come in. In this episode of Advancement Live, Kim Brown chats with experts from the University of Chicago and Northeastern University about their ambassador programs—and what you should know if you're looking to launch (or improve) one at your institution.
Rank #2: Admissions Live - New Students Digital Expectations: More Insights from e-Expectations 2017.
More and more, admissions and marketing departments are collaborating to reach prospective students. They are using social media and making digital marketing investments. The paradigm is (finally) starting to shift. Tune in as marketing and enrollment experts, Stephanie Geyer and Gil Rogers join our broadcast. This week, we debate the best methods for reaching students. Plus, the panel discusses engagement strategies that combine digital marketing and social media.
Enrollment Growth University is a professional development podcast for higher education leaders looking to grow enrollment at their college or university.Each episode features an interview with a leader in higher education, discussing enrollment growth strategies that are working at their institution, through topics suchas: enrollment marketing, adult student recruitment, enrollment management, online learning, student retention, data intelligence, online course development, financial aid, academic scheduling, and more. If you’re looking for tactics, strategies, and best practices in order to build a step-by-step roadmap toward enrollment growth in higher education at your institution, this podcast is for you.
Rank #1: DePauw University Promises Job Outcomes.
Dr. Dave Berque, Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs at DePauw University, joined the podcast to talk about their Gold Commitment and the concept of promising job outcomes in higher ed.
Rank #2: Developing Major-Gift Donors at University of Detroit Mercy.
Arnold D’Ambrosio, Vice President for University Advancement at the University of Detroit Mercy, joined the podcast to talk about how to find major-gift donors and the benefits of predictive modeling for advancement prospecting.
On higher education, lifelong learning, and exercising the brain.
Rank #1: Higher Ed: Education’s Four-Letter Word.
T-E-S-T. That word almost always strikes fear in the hearts of students. They’re worried about doing well, getting a high grade, and comparing their performance to that of their classmates. In this episode of KUT’s podcast Higher Ed, KUT’s Jennifer Stayton and Southwestern University President Dr. Ed Burger explore stressful test culture. Who hasn’t had a “horror” story experience of taking a test? Ed and Jennifer share some memorable ones and take a closer look at why testing is so stressful. One reason: we tie our own worthiness into our test performance. Ed talks about how to decouple ourselves from our performance and how to make meaning out of our work on a test no matter what the grade. Listen to the full episode to hear what words of encouragement Ed says you should never tell a test taker. You will also get the result to the tricky train puzzler. It sounds like an arithmetic challenge, but there may be more to it. This episode was recorded Sept. 22, 2017.
Rank #2: Higher Ed: Competing Demands In Education Lead To Stress.
The end of the school year is a busy time for students, faculty, staff, and families. Finals exams are looming; seniors may be on the hunt for a job; and many students have to say goodbye to friends and teachers. In this episode of KUT’s podcast “Higher Ed,” Southwestern University President Dr. Ed Burger and KUT’s Jennifer Stayton discuss the origins of stress; the role it can play in education and learning; and how to successfully manage it (both in and out of school). Actually, the entire school year can feel stressful with tests, grades, activities and high expectations to perform well. Ed says that a primary cause of overall stress in education stems from multiple, competing demands inherent in the system: students are trying to get the training and background they need to take the next step and launch their careers while also making deep meaning of the material they are learning. He says those two interests don’t always happily co-exist. In this episode, Ed and Jennifer talk about the definition and origins of stress. They also discuss ways to manage it, which does not necessarily mean completely eliminating stress. One good way to get rid of some stress? Go to a party. Listen to the full episode to get the latest puzzler which is all about party guests’ favorite school subjects. This episode was recorded on April 20, 2018.
Fanatical Recruitment is a podcast for higher education admissions, enrollment management and marketing professionals. In each episode, we take a topic relevant to new student recruitment, and dive in to find the strategies and tactics that separate the best teams from the rest of the pack.
Rank #1: Being an Accountable Leader, With Bob Wummer.
IN this interview with executive coach, Bob Wummer, we dive into the role Accountability plays for leaders when working toward your enrollment or other department/division goals. How can we hold ourselves accountable to hold our team accountable for their results? Bob reviews three primary factors that help or hurt us as we work to become more accountable.Bob Wummer has spent over a decade coaching individuals, as well as executives at companies far and near. He was one of the first people I turned to as I made the decision to move into a consultant role out of higher ed, and today, seven years, later, he is still someone I turn to for sound advice and to help me look inward when struggling with a decision.
Rank #2: Interview With Google's Shannon Snow - Season 1 Episode 4 - Fanatical Recruitment - 5:4:17, 9.16 AM.
We're interviewing Google's Head of Education, Shannon Snow to learn more about trends in how prospective students search for colleges and universities. What types of terms are trending? How does the device they use play into your efforts to maximize exposure? What role will video continue to play in lead generation? All questions Shannon covers in this interview.
In each episode, Dr. Josie Ahlquist - digital leadership author, researcher and speaker - connects tech and leadership in education. This podcast will bring you leaders on-campus and online. From Senior Vice Presidents on Snapchat, YouTubers receiving billions of views and new media professionals. All through the lens of social media and leadership. Josie hopes you will not only learn from these digital leaders, but laugh a little as we all explore how to be our best selves online and off.
Rank #1: Cynthia Teniente-Matson // #OnAMission.
In this episode, we have an authentic conversation with Dr. Cynthia Teniente-Matson, the second President of Texas A&M University’s youngest campus in San Antonio (TAMUSA). She shares about her experience thus far being a leader of a young campus in the digital age, and how she uses technology to build the history and brand of TAMUSA. Cynthia and her students are “founders” as they create and achieve the “firsts” of their University. This audacious president also takes us through a history lesson of the origin of the community surrounding and encompassing the TAMUSA campus. Finally, you’ll learn why her role as university president also includes the title of chief storyteller. For all show notes, head to: http://www.josieahlquist.com/podcast/cynthiatenientematson Connect with Cynthia Twitter: @PrezMatson LinkedIn: /Cythiatenientematson Instagram: @jagprezmatson Connect with Josie Twitter: https://twitter.com/josieahlquist Podcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/JosieATPodcast LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/josieahlquist/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/josieahlquist/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrJosieAhlquist/ Email: email@example.com Website: www.josieahlquist.com
Rank #2: Lesley D'Souza // Secret Sauce of Storytelling, Higher Ed in Canada, #RyersonSA & Empathic Assessment.
What are the core components of a compelling story? What examples in student affairs can we look to for engaging storytelling practices using data and assessment? Look no further than Lesley D’Souza and Ryerson Student Affairs in Toronto, Canada. This self-proclaimed assessment nerd has built a division-wide assessment cycle at Ryerson that fuels the Storytelling team she managers found at RyersonSA.com and #RyersonSA. Lesley shares the ingredients to a good story, which features students, emotions, and data – composed to build community, recruit higher quality students/staff/faculty and even advocate for more resources from campus decision makers. We also talk about the Twitter chat #SAcdn that Lesley manages, which aims to build a functional networked community of Canadian student affairs professionals.
We've recast our podcast - Welcome to the all new Unpacking SA, beginning December 2017
Rank #1: Episode #88: Dr. Claire Robbins on Student Development Theories, Part II.
Our guest this week is Dr. Claire Robbins who spoke with Dustin to continue our conversation on student development theories. Claire brings her perspective as a higher education faculty member to add a different angle to this dialogue. Check out last week's episode to hear from a student affairs professional, Tyler Miller, for a continued discussion of this topic! Appreciate Claire taking time out for the show! Find the full show notes here.
Rank #2: Episode #106: Melissa Ruiz on Moving In and Out of Higher Ed.
This week's guest is our good friend, Melissa Ruiz! She speakswith Dustin abouther story, why she decided to move in, out, and back into highereducation, and what she has learned from her journey so far. Many thanks to Melissa for taking time out for the show! Find the full show notes here.
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Rank #1: Episode 23 - Cultivating Critical Perspectives Part 1: Introduction w/ John Dugan.
Episode 23 begins the first of something new for the NASPA Leadership Podcast. This is the first in a series of 6 episodes with Dr. John Dugan, Professor in the Higher Education program at Loyola University Chicago, to discuss his new book, Leadership Theory: Cultivating Critical Perspectives. Today we will talk through concepts and big picture thoughts. We'll be posting a new episode each week over the next month and a half! 00:00 - 02:20: Introduction02:20 - 03:45: Cover Art 03:45 - 09:50: Identities09:50 - 16:15: Sense-Making through Theory16:15 - 21:25: Summary of Structure of Book21:25 - 24:20: Theoretical Clusters24:20 - 41:55: Deconstruction vs. Ethic of Care41:55 - 46:00: Process for Reconstruction46:00 - 49:05: Are Leaders Born?49:05 - 51:20: Shift Happens. 51:20 - 54:40: Junkyard of Leadership 54:40 - 55:54: Outro
Rank #2: Episode 53 - NDSL: Mentoring, Coaching, and Advising.
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Lindsay Hastings and Dr. Cindy Kane, the editors of the newly released New Directions in Student Leadership issue. Lindsay is the Clifton Professor in Mentoring Research and Director of Nebraska Human Resources Institute. Cindy is the Special Assistant to Provost for Strategic Initiatives at Bridgewater State University and also serves as the Director of Student Involvement and Leadership. Through this episode, you’ll get to know Cindy and Lindsay as people and professionals. Then we discuss the distinction between mentoring, coaching and advising and how they intersect with each other, assessment, and social media.00:00 - 01:20: Introduction01:20 - 11:00: Get to Know Cindy and Lindsay11:00 - 13:30: Editing Process Surprises13:30 - 15:30: Mentoring, Coaching, Advising Distinctions15:30 - 17:20: Mentoring, Coaching, Advising Intersections17:20 - 21:00: Involvement of Assessment21:00 - 24:10: Connection to Social Media 24:10 - 29:00: Student Leadership Development29:00 - 33:30: Equitable & Inclusive Practices33:30 - 34:00: Outro
What’s the latest buzz in higher education? Find out each month from the experts and thought-leaders at Capture Higher Ed as they discuss the critical topics shaping the industry landscape — from admissions to advancement, technology to breaking news, marketing trends to so much more.
Rank #1: Episode 5 - The Five Ways Enrollment Predictions are Putting Colleges Out of Business.
Enrollment management, at its core, is a prediction business. Annually, thousands of admissions officers polish off the crystal ball and project what the enrollment future holds for their institutions. Yogi Berra often quipped that “The future isn’t what it used to be” and no where is that truer than in higher education enrollment predictions. Thom and Brad walk through the primary ways the enrollment prediction industry has missed the mark through antiquated methodology and folk theory. Modern machine learning techniques require a new mindset about how we as professionals think about our future. What can The Farmer’s Almanac, Ron Popeil’s rotisserie chickens, and Uber teach us about enrollment predictions? Pull up a barstool and join the conversation. Beers: Thom: Pabst Brewing Company, La Crosse, WI, oldstylebeer.com, Heileman’s Old Style Lager Brad: Bauhaus Brew Labs, Minneapolis, MN, bauhausbrewlabs.com, Stargrazer Schwarzbier Links: The Numbers Brad: 2015 National College Football Attendance Thom: Closure Concerns and Financial Strategies: a Survey of College Business Officers Inside Higher Ed, July 17, 2015 The Sustainable University, Bain and Company Additional References: The 5 Ways Enrollment Predictions Are Putting Colleges Out of Business Jordan Ellenberg, How Not to Be Wrong: The power of mathematical thinking How Accurate Is the Farmer’s Almanac’s Winter Forecast? Music: Artist: The Insider Track: One Fine Day Used under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, No revisions made.
Rank #2: Episode 24 - Enrollment Leadership in the Petabyte Age with Jennielle Strother.
What does it mean to be "current" in the field of enrollment management on issues of data and technology? How does a leader foster a strategic data-driven culture in the enrollment suite and specifically how do you mentor young professionals to level up their data skills and stay in the field? Jennielle Strother is the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Services at Concordia University Texas, an Adjunct Professor at the University of the Incarnate Word, and co-founder of #emchat community. Jennielle joins Brad and Thom to explore how modern data leadership looks from the AVP seat. Beers: Thom: Hoppin' Frog Brewery, Akron, OH, www.hoppinfrog.com, Gangster Frog IPA, https://untappd.com/b/hoppin-frog-brewery-gangster-frog-i-p-a/335672 Brad: Toppling Goliath Brewery, Decorah, IA, Pseudo Sue Pale Ale, https://untappd.com/b/toppling-goliath-brewing-co-pseudo-sue/65644 References: Excel on the way out?, https://www.accountingtoday.com/news/cfos-no-longer-see-excel-skills-as-vital-for-new-hires Music: Artist: Waylon Thorton, http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Waylon_Thornton/ Track: Favorite Secrets, http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Waylon_Thornton/Mystery_Club/Waylon_Thornton_-_Favorite_Secrets Used under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 United States (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US) License, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/us/, No revisions made
The Path to Higher Ed is a SchooLinks hosted podcast community that explores trending topics and issues in the area of college and career readiness. Our featured guests are pushing education forward by constantly learning from, innovating and applying their college and career readiness practices. Listen to gain their insights and apply them to your own college and career readiness practices.
Rank #1: Melinda Bihn, Cross-Cultural Cognition in College Readiness.
In this episode, we speak with Melinda Bihn, Head of School at French American International School and International High School. As Melinda explains, a bilingual education uniquely prepares students to take on the world by building cross-cultural cognition. This conversation explores how cross-cultural cognition positions her students to become more critical, globally-minded thinkers through their interactions with other cultures. As a result, Melinda considers her students to be “little anthropologists” as they become deeply comfortable with adapting to many different cultural contexts.
Rank #2: John Booy, Creating College Vision within an Urban Community.
Today, we’re speaking with John Booy, Superintendent and Co-Founder of The Potter’s House School. His work with the program focuses on building a college readiness mindset within students whom have previously been disenfranchised by the education system. Because of his team’s efforts, 95% to 100% of the student population graduates from Potter, and 90% attend college. Listen to this inspiring episode if you want to gain profound insight into how school culture and relationship-building can transform the outcomes of at-risk students.
Bi-weekly news and interviews about communicating effectively in post-secondary education
Rank #1: FIR on Higher Education #63: How to Integrate Marketing Automation at your School.
Has your school integrated a marketing automation program? If not, or if you have not been successful with your marketing automation efforts, you will want to listen to the insights from Christie Campbell, Associate Vice President of Marketing at St. Edward’s University. Christie spear-headed St. Edward’s marketing automation program two years ago. This year, St. Edward’s won the Best Marketing Automation in Content Marketing by the Content Marketing Institute. On episode 63 of FIR on Higher Education, Christie discusses her school’s success with marketing automation. She outlines what went into St. Edward’s University winning the Content Marketing Institute award and provides input on topics such as: – Creating content related to the audiences’ needs first. – How to structure a team – Thinking through purchasing marketing automation services – Generating emails – Using marketing automation to glean insights on the customer experience About Christie Campbell Christie Campbell is a leader of the St. Edward’s University Marketing Office, which is responsible for communicating the St. Edward’s University story to increase engagement, attract resources and achieve the university’s goals. The post FIR on Higher Education #63: How to Integrate Marketing Automation at your School appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
Rank #2: FIR on Higher Education #62: How Gettysburg College Increased Its Visibility Through Medium.
Have you dabbled with Medium, the online publishing tool owned by Twitter? Not happy with your success? If that is the case for you and you want to discover how to change this narrative, then you will want to listen to episode 62 of FIR on Higher Education. My guests are two marketing / communications professionals from Gettysburg College: Carina Sitkus and Paul Redfern. Carina and Paul recently wrote an excellent article on the Inside Higher Education blog entitled “Success with a New Medium”. The piece outlines how Gettysburg College has extended its visibility, particularly noting that the piece “The 10 Commandments for New College Students,” received 8.4K organic views at the time of publication. On the podcast, Paul and Carina delve into the strategies and tactics that have contributed to the school’s success. Among the topics addressed are: – Background on Medium – The pros and cons of creating content on an external platform as opposed to a more traditional “owned” property – The value of the annotation tool and responses – How publishing to different publications works and can dramatically increase readership – The potential for individual academics to use Medium to build up their own thought leadership About Paul Redfern Paul Redfern was promoted to Executive Director of Communications and Marketing at Gettysburg College in June 2011. He is responsible for managing the Office of Communications and Marketing and for staffing, and implementing a comprehensive communications and marketing program that will enhance the College’s visibility and reputation as well as promote greater understanding and support by effectively presenting and interpreting the College’s distinctions, achievements, aspirations, needs, and values to all members of the College community and to the general public. During the 2010-11 year he served as Director of Web Communications and Marketing responsible for developing an integrated marketing plan as well as coordinating print and digital marketing campaigns for the College. From June 2006 until June 2010 he served as Director of Web Communications and Electronic Media at Gettysburg College. He provided leadership and support to the College community through the development and implementation of the web, electronic communications, and video as well as social media and Web 2.0 initiatives. He previously was Assistant Director of Admissions and Coordinator of Electronic Media at Gettysburg College, where his duties focused on admissions communications and technology. Prior to that, he worked for two years in the Athletic Department at Gettysburg, serving as Assistant Basketball Coach. He is active in numerous professional organizations including (CUPRAP) the Association of Communicators in Education and (CASE) the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education. He has served on the CASE District II conference executive committee and board as well as the conference marketing and program committees. He previously has served on the Technology Committee for (PACAC) the Pennsylvania Association for College Admissions Counseling. Paul and his wife Leigh-Anne reside in Gettysburg, PA and have two sons and one daughter. He is a former member of the Upper Adams School District Board of Directors and he currently sits on the Canner Educational Fund Advisory Board. About Carina Sitkus Carina Sitkus is the senior assistant director of communications at the College. In this role she is responsible for crafting homepage and centerpiece stories highlighting the great work of Gettysburg students, faculty, and alumni, as well as working with departments and distinctive programs to implement strategic marketing and communications initiatives. Prior to Gettysburg, Carina was a teacher and previously led communications initiatives for a growing network of schools in Northern Rhode Island. The post FIR on Higher Education #62: How Gettysburg College Increased Its Visibility Through Medium appeared first on FIR Podcast Network.
Enrollment Management Round Table Podcast with Gregg Meiklejohn & Shane Sparks, co-founders of Enrollment Resources. Stay on top of the latest trends in Admissions and Marketing for Career Education with insights from the world's leading EDU marketing company and special guest panelists.Questions or comments? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #1: Podcast #45: The Anatomy Of A Rockstar Director of Admissions.
The role of an Admissions Director is not to grow sales, but to grow their people! Tom King and Scott Spitolnick of Enrollment Resources outline the 10 essential things every DOA needs to successfully build a dynamic Admissions team while also driving revenue and team development.You’ll learn actionable takeaways about:~ Which KPIs are the most important to measure, understand and track — and why~ How you can use reports to track your team’s KPIs and how that should influence your coaching plans~ How and why you should use a Starts planning and adjustment tool ~ Why you should use scripts, how to test and improve on them, and how you can ensure they’re always being used by your team~ How to be an effective coach to members of your teamAt the end, you will not only know what it takes to be a Rockstar DOA, but you’ll also know the steps to take to become one yourself!Transcript available at https://enrollmentresources.com/transcript-rockstar-doa/If you think you have a marketing or admissions problem, you probably do. Let’s talk about how we can help your school increase student enrollment and revenue without having to spend more on marketing or hire additional email@example.com/contact
Rank #2: Podcast #8: Where the Leverage is in Your Admissions Department.
Guest Martin Lind, EDU Vertical Manager with Velocify, joins Shane Sparks & Gregg Meiklejohn to discuss recent research findings on how to improve Admissions performance.