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Start, Stop or Grow? New book helps college leaders manage academic programs.
Program evaluation requires commitment and new tools to remain relevant, author Bob Atkins says.
Assessing the strength and relevance of academic programs can be critical to a college or university’s financial health. So if leaders need a little guidance, imagination, and inspiration, Gray Associates CEO Bob Atkins has released a new book that might help.
Why the PAC-12 conference’s breakup affects more than your Saturday plans
Our VP of Marketing, Ned Caron, highlights the broader impact of the PAC-12’s changes beyond football, touching on enrollment, marketing, and recruiting strategies for universities.
Why experts say Coach Prime “pays for himself” at CU, despite $29.5-million, 5-year contract
Our team members weigh in on the undeniable impact of Coach Prime’s presence at CU, showcasing the power of our data-informed insights in guiding transformative decisions for the university’s success.
Career Education Review Spring 2023 - New and Emerging Academic Programs for 2023
From plants that are best friends to batteries made out of salt, 2023’s emerging academic programs are surprising and dynamic.
Why Academic Administrators Should Learn Business-speak
Concepts like efficiency, optimization and margin are essential if your institution is to thrive in today’s challenging economic environment.
Bay Path creates first course on academic program evaluation
Designed for senior administrators, researchers and graduate students, it will help leaders make more informed decisions.
The Great Contraction: Cuts alone will not be enough to turn colleges’ fortunes around
Indiana University of Pennsylvania was already shrinking. As regional demographics ebbed and competition for the remaining students increased between 2011 and 2020, the public college lost a third of its enrollment.
Public Colleges Are Going After Adult Students Online. Are They Already Too Late?
Three struggling campuses of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education plan to pursue an increasingly popular strategy in higher ed: building a new “virtual campus” that will educate working adults who have some college credit but no degree.
Major Fallout: UVM Scholars Argue That Cuts to the Humanities Would Imperil the University's Mission
On December 15, Jamie Williamson learned that the coming spring semester, the 30th of his career on the English department faculty at the University of Vermont, would be his last.
Higher ed group ‘deep dive’ looks at jobs, market demand
The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education has launched a new data-driven assessment of academic programs to help ensure they align with the state’s strategic goals and prepare students for career success in the evolving marketplace.
The New Shape of Work
The future of work is changing and college curriculums must change to best prepare students for the demands of their careers, many of which have yet to be imagined.