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GME 101: The Value of Student Recruitment

The Integral Role that Recruiters Play in the Graduate Management Education (GME) Community Stephen Taylor is the Research Director for BusinessCAS. This is the second post — read the first one here — in a new blog series, in which he'll explore the evolving best practices Read More
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The Undergraduate to Graduate Connection: Establishing Programs to Boost Retention and Drive Enrollment

Enrollment leaders explore new approaches to graduate recruitment in our on-demand webinar with the Common App  Every level of higher education comes with its unique challenges — and in today’s highly interconnected world, the solutions to these problems will increasingly rely on cooperation that transcends Read More
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GME 101: Exploring New and Evolving Best Practices in GME Administration

Innovative Strategies and Best Practices from Across the Graduate Management Education (GME) Community Stephen Taylor is the Research Director for BusinessCAS. This is the first post in a new blog series, in which he'll explore the evolving best practices and strategies the GME field will Read More

Dr. Lucinda Maine and AACP: Implementing a Transformative Vision for Pharmacy Education and Practice

During her nearly three decades holding senior leadership roles for professional associations in the pharmacy discipline, Dr. Lucinda Maine has both witnessed and helped drive the sweeping transformation of the field as a whole, and more specifically, its educational model. Since Dr. Maine began her Read More

From Business Schools to Boardrooms, a Proactive Approach will Advance Gender Equity

Originally published in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education By Erin K. O’Brien, assistant dean and chief enrollment officer for the University at Buffalo School of Management and a member of Liaison's BusinessCAS Advisory Board [caption id="attachment_18858" align="aligncenter" width="640"] Three UB students work with Stitch Buffalo, Read More

Norman Fortenberry on Re-engineering Education

A Q&A with the American Society for Engineering Education’s Executive Director Norman Fortenberry Liaison’s Executive Director of Association Partnerships Ron Hyman recently asked Norman Fortenberry, Executive Director of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), for his insight into how he and his colleagues are Read More

Flashpoint: Engineering education not immune to international enrollment crisis

Originally published in the Tribune-Star By Craig G. Downing, Ph.D, associate dean of lifelong learning, department head and professor of engineering management at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and chair of Liaison’s EngineeringCAS Advisory Board As an international application and enrollment crisis continues to sweep higher Read More

Knowledge vs. Job Preparation: Is Your Program Teaching Students What Their Future Employers Will Expect Them to Know?

According to a report released by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), in 2019, 85% of freshmen said that being able to get a better job was a “very important” factor in their decision to attend college. That outranked all other considerations, including gaining Read More

Driving the Next Action: How to Address the Next Decade’s Three Biggest Admissions Challenges

In light of decreased or stagnant budgets, inefficient operational processes and growing competition from programs and schools in other countries, it’s not surprising that the 2019 Inside Higher Ed Survey of College and University Admissions Officials recently revealed that most admissions leaders today are “very Read More

Dr. Stephen Shannon and AACOM: At the Vanguard of the Osteopathic Medicine Boom

Dr. Stephen C. Shannon has witnessed tremendous growth in his field ever since he earned his doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.) degree in 1986. But in the years since 2006, when he became President and CEO of the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Read More