Monday, January 23 | 1:00PM–2:00PM | Online

ELI Webinar | Accelerating Student Success through Collaboration and Scale

At a time when colleges and universities are under increasing pressure to improve college completion rates for students of all backgrounds, 11 public research universities have come together to share failures, lessons learned, data, and technology to close the achievement gap for low-income students. Two years after launching, the University Innovation Alliance (UIA) is beating its graduation goal and is on track to graduate nearly an additional 100,000 students (on top of existing numbers) over the next decade. During this session, learn more about the UIA's model of collaboration, including the importance of cross-functional teams, and how these institutions are crowdsourcing innovation and using data to identify and support at-risk students.

Outcomes:

  • Understand opportunities for partnering with higher ed leaders and adopting new innovations to accelerate impact in your institution

  • Discover effective strategies for crowdsourcing innovation and collaborating across higher ed institutions to accelerate student success

  • Learn how universities are leveraging predictive analytics data to support and advise students in various models consistent with their campus advising philosophies and structures

Presenters

  • Bridget Burns

    Executive Director, University Innovation Alliance
  • Timothy Renick

    Executive Director, National Institute for Student Success, Georgia State University

Resources & Downloads

  • Recording January 23 2017

    282 bytes, html - Updated on 4/18/2024
  • Event Slides

    3 MB, pdf - Updated on 1/27/2024
  • Transcript

    105 KB, doc - Updated on 1/27/2024

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