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Redesign: Academic Senate Website

We recently launched a redesign of the Academic Senate website. The previous site was a framed website and managed by hand. Since the site isn’t overly complex that workflow was efficient for a long time. There were a few barriers to that approach,

Big Data for Predicting Enrollments

In this episode of Admissions Live, host Nicole Lentine is joined by Ian Mortimer, Vice President for Enrollment at Nazareth College. Tune in as they discuss demonstrated interest and predictive data that supports admissions decisions. Taken from the live

Communicating Value in Higher Ed

Host Ashley Budd welcomes writer, speaker and author of College (Un)Bound, Jeff Selingo to Higher Ed Live to discuss communicating value to prospective students and families, current students and alumni.Taken from the live broadcast, February 13, 2014.

Yield: What Is It and How Can We Do It Better?

In this episode of Admissions Live, host Chris D’Orso and guest David DeAngelis join forces to break down silos. How is yield perceived to the external world? Find out how admissions can work effectively with student affairs to ensure incoming students a

Advancement Live Goes International

I take any opportunity I can get to chat with alumni pros over in Australia. They’re doing some great advancement work over there. Back in October, I had the privilege of coordinating an episode of Advancement Live with Leonie Boxtel, Director of Alu

Advancement Live 2/11: International Alumni Engagement

Checkout Advancement Live 2/11: Host Ryan Catherwood chats with Daniel Brennan, Alumni Relations Manager at the University of Queensland and Khatmeh Osseiran-Hanna, Director of Advancement, UQ North America. Watch Advancement Live to learn more about how o

Digital Events Using Google+ is the Future of Alumni Engagement and Fundraising

Yep… you read that right.I know… I know… it’s not a good platform yet for regular, day-to-day engagement with alumni or anyone else for that matter. There’s a stadium full of people in Google+ but only a few people in the stan

January 2014 Stats

Data trends (increase and decreases) this month are for December 2013 and January 2014. This month we saw IE11 (released Nov 6,2013) appear out of nowhere and jump to 9% on and 6% acoss all Conductor sites. This was … Continue reading U