Innovation in Action at the CSGS Annual Meeting: Working Toward a More Diverse and Inclusive Future

Each year, the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools’ (CSGS) Annual Meeting gives member institutions a unique opportunity to discuss the most pressing issues in graduate education, to share best practices, to network with each other and to establish mutually beneficial partnerships. Attendees who participate in Read More

New Thinking Required: Unlearning Old Approaches and Reinventing the GME Experience at the AACSB Deans Conference

By now you’ve probably realized that you’re not alone. Your peers in graduate management education across the country are also scrambling to understand and overcome existential new enrollment challenges that probably weren’t even on your radar a few short years ago. It’s gotten to the Read More

Defining and Cultivating Ethical Leadership at the 58th Annual Meeting of the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS)

What exactly is an “ethical” leader? The question is a timely one ahead of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) from Dec. 5-8 in Washington, DC, as the theme of this year’s conference is “Preparing Ethical Leaders.” It’s also a Read More

3 Ways Participating Associations Can Make the Most of Health Professions Week

Health Professions Week (HPW) is an exciting, week-long event for high school and college students interested in learning more about careers in the health professions. This dynamic event, which takes place November 5th through 9th this year, gives associations and organizations in the health professions Read More

As Business School Applications Drop, Associate Deans Need Time to Focus on Strategy, Not Logistics

You’re an associate dean at a business school. For years, you never questioned that your school would fill the seats in its classrooms. After all, the admissions process was highly selective, with demand always far outpacing supply. But in October 2018, recruitment is suddenly an Read More

3 Ways EngineeringCAS Can Help You Build the Next Class of Peace Engineers

The World Engineering Education Forum and Global Engineering Deans Council 2018 conference kicks off on November 12th in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and for the first time, the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies (IFEES) and the Global Engineering Deans Council (GEDC) will conduct their annual Read More

3 Ways Liaison’s EMP™ Has Made Strategic Enrollment Management Easier for Universities

In November, Liaison will be heading to AACRAO’s Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Conference in Washington, D.C. This conference will bring together enrollment managers, academic advisors, budget officers and admissions professionals from across the country to discuss the ways strategic enrollment is changing. Read on for Read More

Behind the Scenes: Preparing for Health Professions Week

Now in its third year, Health Professions Week offers an opportunity for prospective students to explore more than 20 different health care careers. In this article, we explore the week’s origins and how it’s evolving to help attract more applicants to a variety of health-related Read More

Let’s Talk About Smarter Graduate Admissions Technology.

IT professionals in higher education have a lot to manage. You’re supporting students, faculty, staff and parents with greatly varied needs. You’re maintaining student information systems, classroom technologies and online learning tools. You’re setting up integrations between disparate systems, possibly wrangling department or program-specific software Read More

3 Tips to Meet Student Expectations During Recruiting

Back in 2014 — when today’s high school seniors were only freshmen —  an IBM Institute for Business Value report highlighted the rapid shift in consumer expectations across all markets. “Customers have begun to experience compelling, individualized and integrated experiences in some areas… and are Read More