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Liaison Acquires TargetX to Complete Full Student Lifecycle Solution

Combined solution will serve undergraduate, graduate and community colleges, reaching prospects earlier and supporting them into the workplace BOSTON, MA and PHILADELPHIA, PA (October 5,2020) — Liaison International today announced it has acquired TargetX, in a move that will simultaneously broaden Liaison’s reach and consolidate Read More

Future U Podcast: Will Graduate Schools Face a Reckoning in 2020?

With international enrollment down sharply, especially in STEM fields, and potential students questioning the worth of mostly online education, how can graduate schools adapt and innovate? We talk to David Poole of the University of Miami College of Engineering and Jillian Baer of Liaison International Read More

Four Bright Spots in a Year That’s Irreversibly Changed Higher Ed Admissions

From staff furloughs to campus re-openings that led promptly to campus re-closings, it’s easy to see the outlook for higher education as darker than it has been in decades. Read More

Liaison and Kira Talent Partner to Meet COVID-19 Admissions and Enrollment Challenges

Partnership will help higher education institutions better facilitate remote interviews with students, increase diversity through holistic admissions WATERTOWN, Mass. and TORONTO, Ontario (August 18, 2020) –  Liaison International today announced plans to augment its admissions and enrollment technology to help higher education institutions meet the Read More

A Bellwether for the Future of Business Schools

Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management recently announced that it would no longer offer a full-time MBA program, a move that represents an important case study for the graduate management education (GME) community to consider in the COVID-19 era, writes BusinessCAS Research Director Stephen Taylor. Read More

Now is the time for online graduate education, despite its limitations

During the pandemic, the sudden stresses on established educational models have forced a radical overhaul of the learning environment for institutions delivering face-to-face courses that is quite likely to serve as a catalyst to the full acceptance of online learning, writes BusinessCAS Research Director Stephen Read More

How can higher education respond to a perfect storm?

The most important immediate step that colleges and universities can take in order to prevent enrollment declines during the pandemic is leveraging technology for the purpose of expanding their programs’ exposure to a broader and more diverse pool of applicants, writes Rick del Rosario, Liaison's Read More

Higher Education’s Historic Opportunity

Higher education leaders are increasingly embracing the mentality that their sector must respond to the pandemic era’s distinct needs, specifically in regard to training more professionals in fields with the greatest workforce demand and to equipping institutions with the technology they need to accomplish that Read More

COVID-19 makes the case for business education

The MBA graduates of the COVID-19 era may help determine which businesses thrive and which businesses close, writes Monica Powell, senior associate dean for the Naveen Jindal School of Management and a member of Liaison’s Business CAS Advisory Board. Read More

Why Business Education is Up for the COVID-19 Challenge

COVID-19 has created unprecedented disruption, yet the crisis has energized graduate business students to think strategically about the issues of the day and solve problems cooperatively, writes Dee Steinle, executive director of MBA and MSB programs at the University of Kansas and vice chair of Read More

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