Challenge Accepted: Tackling Short-Term Institutional Goals with Data and Technology

Wednesday, October 16 | 11:45AM–12:30PM CT | W183bc, Level 1
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Moderated Discussion
Five student success goals. Nine months to achieve them. This session will highlight the data, technologies, and processes used in attempting to achieve a series of student success "reach goals." We will provide complete transparency about our efforts (successful and unsuccessful) and outcomes.

Outcomes: Understand how data can be mined to identify meaningful goals * Recognize how technologies can be effectively implemented to improve student success and achieve institutional enrollment goals * Identify the people and processes necessary to support technology and "data heavy" initiatives


  • David Kowalski

    Faculty, Montgomery County Community College
  • Phil Needles

    VP of Student Services, Montgomery County Community College
  • Kevin Pollock

  • Celeste Schwartz

    Vice President for Information Technology & Institutional Effectiveness, Montgomery County Community College

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  • Challenge Accepted Tackling ShortTerm Institutional Goals with Data and Technology

    Updated on 11/26/2019