Following recently declining headcounts, new pandemic realities are driving an immediate overhaul of how we engage and continue to enroll overseas matriculants. Admissions teams are now being challenged to immediately put large scale changes into play, often with less-than-adequate time and resources.
Attendees will learn about:
- The latest data on the composition of graduate student bodies, and how this may challenge previous assumptions about who is seeking American advanced degrees in popular fields like engineering and business.
- Current national and global factors impacting graduate programs in the U.S.
- Examples of institutions that leveraged innovative technology or practices to overcome these challenges
Dean of Graduate Studies
University of Alabama in Huntsville
President, EMP Division
Vice President, Science, Engineering and Technology Practice, The Didion Group
Former Executive Director
Women in Engineering Pro-Active Network (WEPAN)