Closing the Student Skills Gap in a Changing Economy

Date of broadcast: Wed, 05/13/20
With the new world created by the COVID-19 pandemic, are your students questioning their majors? Are faculty questioning how to make their courses relevant? Are your advisors questioning how best to advise students?

Attend this webinar with leaders from Coppin State University and Central Arizona College to learn how these institutions have re-engineered their business strategies and technology platforms to increase student engagement, satisfaction and career outcomes to better meet the challenges of today’s changing economy.

Topics will include:

  • The impact of the COVID-19 crisis on career preparation
  • How to adapt student engagement strategies to this new environment
  • How to better align academic programs with the needs of the evolving economy

Scheduled speakers:

Ahmed El-Haggan

VP of IT & IA, CIO and Professor of Computer Science

Coppin State University

Sadie Gregory 

Interim Dean of the College of Business

Coppin State University

Sandra Brightwell

Director, Health Information

Central Arizona College

Superstition Mountain Campus

Matthew Sigelman

Chief Executive Officer

Burning Glass

Raymond Blackwood

VP Product Management

Campus Management

Who will benefit:

Higher ed leaders interested in student success. Anyone may attend.

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