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 never been more urgent.
During Liaison’s upcoming session, “The Future Has Spoken: Listening to the Data to Drive Forward-Looking Strategies” (Tuesday, September 29, 2020 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT), ASEE’s Norman Fortenberry, Sc.D., will explore the issues shaping the future of engineering education. In addition, Tandilyn Morrel, Director of Graduate Programs at the Texas A&M College of Engineering, will connect these larger trends to the data she’s collected at her institution.
Hear new insights early
Attendees will also learn new strategies for:
- Leveraging national and institutional data to target the right applicants.
- Improving yield.
- Increasing diversity in your program.
September 29 is right around the corner. Register now to attend “The Future Has Spoken: Listening to the Data to Drive Forward-Looking Strategies.”