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Highlights from Higher Ed: College Town Outbreaks, Mental Health, Voting and Tuition Inflation

76% of worst U.S. Coronavirus outbreaks are in college communities Cities and towns housing large student populations are epicenters of the worst coronavirus outbreaks in the country. “Of the country’s 25 worst COVID-19 outbreaks over the past two weeks, 19 are in towns with colleges; Read More
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The Future Has Spoken: Listening to the Data to Drive Forward-Looking Strategies

Focusing on the future of engineering education Data is destiny, and it’s speaking to you right now. As engineering education programs look to rebound from diminishing international applications and widespread economic uncertainty, the ability to recognize trends in real time and make strategic decisions has Read More

Why CAS™ Onboarding Was a “Fantastic Experience” at the University of Tennessee at Martin

The University of Tennessee at Martin (UT Martin) is a comprehensive public university providing high-quality undergraduate and graduate educational programs to students from West Tennessee and beyond. It offers graduate degrees in Agriculture & Natural Resources, Business Administration, Counseling, Educational Leadership, Teaching, Family and Consumer Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: Grad Students’ Worries, Rising Tuition and Business School Location Preferences

New report details grad students’ woes Approximately one-quarter of recently surveyed graduate students have concerns about food and housing insecurity, and an equal number believe they will need more time than anticipated to complete their degrees. Among those expecting a delay, 51% think they will Read More

Doing More with Data: Innovative Strategies to Inform Strategic Decision-Making

When faced with the challenges of reaching new applicant pools, the constraints of finite resources and a general lack of on-demand information, George Mason University’s School of Business took matters into their own hands. By adding a layer of consistency to their data and organizing Read More

Today’s Higher Ed Challenges, Tomorrow’s Workforce Opportunities

Higher education is in a period of undeniable flux, partially in response to the global pandemic, but also due to trends that have unfolded across several decades. Liaison’s free webinar, Today’s Higher Ed Challenges, Tomorrow’s Workforce Opportunities (Thursday, September 17 from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. Read More

The Participants Speak: Feedback from the 2019 NAGAP Leadership Academy

As we approach the one-year anniversary of the Liaison-sponsored Fall 2019 NAGAP Leadership Academy, it’s an ideal time to review the feedback from participants in this robust professional development program. The NAGAP Leadership Academy offers an intensive leadership development curriculum that includes experiential GEM-focused education, Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: Student Debt, MBA Job Offers and Enrollment Declines

Average student loan debt was close to $30,000 for Class of 2019 The average student loan borrower who graduated in 2019 owed $29,067, up from an average debt of $28,565 the previous year. Overall, student loan debt “swelled to $1.67 trillion while continuing campus COVID Read More

Navigating Change in Postbac Enrollment: Turning Today’s Challenges into Transformative Outcomes

Will the pandemic create new interest in medical disciplines that will carry post-baccalaureate programs through these uncertain times, or will pipeline worries at the undergraduate level hurt enrollment in the years ahead? One thing is certain: In both the short- and long-term future, the ability Read More

Back to B-School: What it Will Take to Thrive This Fall and Beyond

As fall approaches, business schools and students across the country are still struggling to figure out the best way to proceed with their programs in the coming months. During Liaison’s free on-demand webinar, Back to B-School: What It Will Take to Thrive This Fall and Read More