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Numbers That Work

Keeping admissions and enrollment personalized despite large numbers of inquiries. GUEST COLUMN | by Mildred Johnson Our university consists of more than 31,000 students, more than 24,000 of whom are undergraduates. Each year, we receive over 20,000 applications for undergraduate admissions. … Continue reading

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Real Value

Leveraging edtech to graduate with career-ready skills. GUEST COLUMN | by Becky Fisher Only a few years ago, we judged colleges and universities solely on their ability to attract talented students. The higher the SAT score and GPA, the higher … Continue reading

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Made with Technology

The changing face of manufacturing careers.  GUEST COLUMN | by David Corey  It’s no secret that over the past few decades, the face of manufacturing jobs has dramatically changed – especially when it comes to technology. With a combination of … Continue reading

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A Step Further

Technology’s role in the evolution of useful data. GUEST COLUMN | by Brian Ludemann It is well known among education technologists that adoption of technology in our industry has always lagged behind others. There are many reasons for this – … Continue reading

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Creating with Technology

Five ways to make your classroom more creative with technology. GUEST COLUMN | by Jessica Sanders  Creativity is no longer relegated to the art room, nor should it be. A 2010 study of 1,500 CEOs, in 60 countries and 33 … Continue reading

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