Bahati Banks, Graduate Student Recruiter for the College of Education and Human Development, Georgia State University, talks about the challenges in attracting students to graduate programs in education and how she met those challenges with an active content program.
More students are applying at multiple universities and it’s becoming more difficult for them to visit multiple campuses scattered across the country.
It’s been over a month since Pokémon Go was released in the US, and its creator, Niantic, has fixed most of the server glitches and launched the game in several more continents.
These hyper-engaged cellular zombies may appear to be walking around aimlessly, but chances are they’re actually using your campus as hunting grounds. They’re hunting Pokémon.
Eric and Bob discuss the changing market of adult students and post-traditional learners. They talk about the difficult task of recruiting an adult student, but more importantly keeping that student happy, succeeding, and ultimately holding a degree.
While we are big believers in vision-centric strategic planning, there are at least four instances when a formal planning process doesn’t make sense.
A regular feature of Inside Higher Education’s online brief is a section on “New Programs” which lists new degree programs created by colleges and universities across the nation. Recently, one of the programs started by a school of design was an M.S./M.B.A. degree in “Innovation Systems Design.” In the world of design, as in many…
Left brain; right brain. Right brain; left brain. What’s the connection? I’ve struggled to write on the topic of strategic creative and research because I don’t know where to start. They seem like opposites, but they’re not. They’re more like magnetic poles, connected by a coherent energy field. Or, even like the proverbial chicken and…