Earlier this year, Helix Education released its Enrollment Growth Playbook, a guide to attracting and retaining students. More recently, the company morphed the idea behind that book (to grow enrollment) into an online game of sorts. In Enrollment Growth Hero, you, the player, will turn into a caped campus crusader, visiting various stakeholders across campus […]Continue reading . . . Are You a Higher Ed Hero? Helix Launches Interactive Enrollment Game
You can tell a lot about a book’s author by its dedication page. Sometimes authoring a book is collective effort of experts, such as in Helix Education’s The Enrollment Growth Playbook: How to Launch, Market & Grow Successful Online & On-Campus Programs. The dedication in this orange, bound guide reads: To those who believe […]Continue reading . . . Helix Education’s The Enrollment Growth Playbook Offers Sage Advice for Higher Education Professionals in Admissions, Marketing, and Advising – A Review
When I first attended Wilkes, it had a catchy radio jingle. It went like this – sing it with me, if you know it – “A-a-a-h-h-h, Wilkes! Uni-vers-ity. Take charge of your fu-ture. Ahhhh, WILKES!” (Tried to Google it; no luck.) Take charge of my future, I did. Little did I know when I began […]Continue reading . . . Past, Present, Future: Ah, Wilkes!
I was so excited to get a message from Jackie Vetrano, half of the higher ed social podcast team, inviting me to be a guest on their show. Jackie mentioned that, aside from my work at Elizabethtown College, she was struck by what I do with Hippocampus Magazine, and, now, the creative nonfiction conference, HippoCamp. […]Continue reading . . . I Was on a Podcast: Talking to higher ed social About Work-life Balance or Lack Thereof
I’ve been bad. I haven’t updated this blog as I said I would a few weeks–er, I mean months–ago, back when I said I’d be back. Truth be told, so many exciting things have been happening lately that blogging had to take a back seat. Heck, it wasn’t even in the back seat; it was […]Continue reading . . . On way to HighEdWeb in Austin, Texas next week: Presenting on multimedia and social storytelling