Diversity and Inclusion. Whether your institution's goal is to attract new students to offer new experiences and world views or expand enrollment numbers, moving the needle can be a challenge. Fortunately, there is one thing you can do to engage these candidates and achieve your diversity goals.
What do OKTA, Veeva, and the company that would eventually become Workday have in common?
If you were to say that founding members of each of these $20+ billion dollar companies all worked for Baer Tierkel at PeopleSoft, you would be right. I was fortunate to be part of this team, the AKTT (Ass-Kicking-Tools-Team), where I also met Brian Sparling and Chris Heller who both co-founded companies with me.
This year's Alliance 2022 marks the 25th year of this Higher Education / Public Sector conference. As a former PeopleSoft employee, I am proud to have presented at the very first one -- and have participated in almost all of them since.
We are looking for the head of development for our low code development platform. The ideal candidate is hands-on, understands the value of well designed software, and has a passion for solving difficult problems. We use Design Thinking to leverage our flexible software to solve a wide range of problems. The ideal candidate should have an excellent background in application services as well as UI frameworks such as Angular.
Is your institution having challenges reaching your enrollment goals for certain groups of students? Perhaps you have initiatives for online curriculum or competency-based education that are not getting traction. Your institution’s culture could be setting you up to fail and you may not even be aware of it.
Implementing your first Competency-based Education (CBE) program could be daunting. This article, the second in this series, describes how this effort touches every part of an institution, why, and key considerations.
Over the past several months, we've talked with a number of institutions about their plans to implement competency-based education (CBE), and how these plans will reduce barriers, reach new students, and improve student success.
People who've spent time recently on high school or college campuses will notice that students spend a considerable amount of time in the digital world on mobile devices. Students use them to get information, communicate, complete tasks, and are notified of important (or interesting) things.
Are you using QR codes in your admissions? If not, you should -- as they can supercharge engagement with your candidates. They're easy to use. They work well with mobile devices. And; one can get started without navigating the internet or typing a web address.
You’ve captured the attention of a prospective student. Congratulations, your marketing and recruiting efforts are paying off. Now, it’s time to get them on the path to becoming a new student.