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November 15, 2018

'EAB @ K-State' workshop to address higher education topics Nov. 19

Submitted by Tara Fronce

Kansas State University and EAB are teaming up to offer the third annual "EAB @ K-State" workshop beginning at 8:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 19, in the Big 12 Room of the K-State Student Union.

EAB experts John Tannous, director of research delivery; David Vuletich, director of member education; and Khadish Franklin, director of member education, will present peer-tested research and information that address higher education's most pressing issues. Deans, department heads, faculty, business officers, student life administrators, marketing managers, recruiters and anyone from the campus community are encouraged to attend.

Sessions will cover EAB's recent research topics such as supporting faculty in research, new program planning and future enrollment trends. View the full schedule of events. Attendees are welcome to stay for the entire workshop or attend only the sessions that interest them most. There is no cost to attend and registration is not required.

EAB's mission is to help today's higher education leaders solve their biggest problems. Launched in 2007 as a division of The Advisory Board Company, EAB strives to provide the unique insight, collaboration opportunities and expert advice needed to help make higher education smarter. It provides industry best-practice research and resources on a number of topics to 1,100 colleges and universities across the globe.

Through custom research briefs, webinars, on-site presentations and advanced analytical tools, EAB provides personalized solutions that assist K-State in solving complex issues across multiple subject areas. EAB is currently serving K-State through memberships in its Student Success Collaborative, Academic Affairs, Business Affairs, Continuing and Online Education and university research forums.