The pandemic has further compounded many of the challenges facing colleges today. Enrollment numbers are hastening their decline, and tight finances have grown tighter, amid a host of Covid-related expenditures. In the absence of a silver bullet, what is the solution?
In an upcoming virtual forum, a panel of college administrators will examine how choosing and using the right technology can play a powerful role in helping colleges thrive during difficult times. Our panelists will discuss:
- During the pandemic, what have campus leaders learned about using technology to increase enrollment, support student success, create efficiencies, and generate revenue?
- How can technology help power a turnaround for struggling institutions?
- How do different stakeholders on campus come together to pick the right tools and implement them?
Our sponsors of the event, Intead and iSchoolConnect, will close out the forum by presenting insights from a group of well-known higher-ed leaders.
With Support From Intead and iSchoolConnect
- Cedric Howard, Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services,
State University of New York at Fredonia
- Keith W. McIntosh, Vice President and Chief Information Officer, University of Richmond
- Mary Ann Rafoth, Provost, Robert Morris University
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