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Student Center Renovation website: 24 hours from sketch to production

  Recently we were given the task of putting together a website for the Student Center Renovation Project. We knew it was coming but we didn’t have much to go on until the details were approved. On a Thursday we got word everything was approved and

What Lessons Can Colleges Learn from Big Brands on Social Media?

This post was submitted by Kimberly Barnes.With 98% of 18-24 year olds using social media, it only makes sense that colleges should be, too. But that’s not always as easy as it sounds. Social networks are largely shallow and unproductive – anathema to

Critical Issues Facing Senior Student Affairs Officers: Lessons in Leadership

Wednesday, March 5th at 1:00pm EST Broadcasted over Google Plus, On-Air Hangout Conversation: #HigherEdLiveThe dynamic social, political, and economic landscape in higher education creates many layers of complexity for student affairs leaders. Increased

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.