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Incorporating AI into the Admissions Process

As higher ed grapples with the complexities and expenses of admissions, the allure of adopting AI grows.

Admissions /
By: Aila Boyd
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QuickFire: Kathy Kissane

16 questions with Thomas Jefferson University’s AVP of Marketing

Interviews /
By: Kevin Renton
Are accreditors to blame for the growing cost of higher ed image, a male in his cap and gown with his back to the camera, dollars in cash are placed on his cap.

Are Accreditors to Blame for the Growing Cost of Higher Ed?

Universities are hiring more higher ed administrators to meet stringent and growing requirements by accreditors.

Education Administration /
By: Chris Kudialis
Are accreditors to blame for the growing cost of higher ed image, a male in his cap and gown with his back to the camera, dollars in cash are placed on his cap.

Are Accreditors to Blame for the Growing Cost of Higher Ed?

Universities are hiring more higher ed administrators to meet stringent and growing requirements by accreditors.

Education Administration /
By: Chris Kudialis
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4 Takeaways from the 2024 Cascade CMS User Conference

Admission website content sucks, but personalized, equitable content can increase access.

Education Administration /
By: Aila Boyd
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Is Biden’s Executive Order on AI Too Hands-Off for Higher Ed?

The White House’s executive order on AI has left institutions of higher education with just as many questions as answers and that might be a boon.

Education Administration /
By: J. Aelick