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We’re excited to share the top podcasts of 2016
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Interpreting Enrollment Metrics
Jon Anspaugh, an analytics expert from Oral Roberts University, discusses basic metrics to monitor, identifies the importance of variable metrics in each level of your funnel, and shares smart reporting tactics to make interpretation easier.
International Admission Trends
Marco Dinovelli from Rutgers University and Bryce Loo from World Education Services examine the current landscape of international recruitment and enrollment and emerging trends in a field that has quickly become a focal point for institutions across the country.
Next Level Admission Decisions
Higher Ed Live explores how new platforms, like ZeeMee, and strategies can help Admission Offices make next level admission connections and, ultimately, decisions and give prospective college students the platform to stand out without stressing out.
Enhancing the Online Giving Experience
Annual giving experts from the Purdue Research Foundation, George Mason University, and a strategist from iModules, offer some fresh ideas for optimizing the online giving experience for donors — making it both easy and appealing. This episode is sponsored by iModules.
Demonstrating Donor Impact
The Ohio State University and Gonzaga University share the secrets behind their campaigns and discuss their efforts to show new (and returning) donors just how meaningful their money is.
Encouraging Alumni Engagement Through Creative Campaigns
Bryant University walks through the #1thing4bryant integrated marketing campaign that’s all about encouraging alumni engagement.
Fantastic Memes and How to Use Them
Aaron Hill, an analyst and programmer at Cornell University’s School of Hotel Administration, teaches us how to use memes accurately and appropriately on social media channels.
Events in Stereo: How to Help your Campus Events and Campaigns Succeed
Every year, universities have dozens of major events ranging from graduation to giving days. William & Mary’s Tiffany Broadbent Beker (University Communications) and Sarah Juliano (University Advancement) explain how they approach these varied events – what’s worked, and what hasn’t.
Marketing a New President
Hear from a seasoned marketing leader who just went through this transition at the University of Nebraska, which welcomed its 7th president, Hank Bounds, in 2015.
Student Affairs Live
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Emotional Intelligence in Leadership & Social Justice
Keith Edwards connects with Marilee Bresciani Ludvik, Paige Haber-Curran, and Mamta Accapadi about emotional intelligence in leadership and social justice.
Engaging the Digital Generation
Host Tony Doody interviews Ed Cabellon and Josie Ahlquist about their recently co-authored book, “Engaging the Digital Generation.” Ed and Josie blend years of research, theory, and practice to offer up practical advice and insight for Student Affairs professionals at every level.
Debate to Dialogue: Facilitating Discussions Around Controversial Issues
Explore questions about politics, debates and other timely issues that are likely to spark controversy and divide public opinion on our respective campuses with guests from Mount Holyoke College, the University of Michigan, and the Loyola University Chicago School of Education.
Purpose Driven Social Media
Nikki Sunstrum, Director of Social Media for the University of Michigan, highlights how a captivating and impactful social media presence can be one of the most effective ways to facilitate personal connections and communicate key objectives to stakeholders. This episode is sponsored by PRSA’s Counselors to Higher Education.
The Value of Earned Media
Kye Strance, PR industry expert and CEO of iQ media, demonstrates the full value of earned media, from the data you should be tracking, to the metrics that can deliver success and demonstrate ROI for your communications program in higher education. This episode is sponsored by PRSA’s Counselors to Higher Education.
What do High School Students Expect?
What do college-bound high school students expect from your website and digital communications? This data-rich episode of Higher Ed Special Edition will provide you with answers to help strengthen your e-recruitment efforts. This episode is sponsored by OmniUpdate.