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K-State Today

October 12, 2016

Research-based workshop on the future of higher education scheduled for Nov. 21

Submitted by Grant Guggisberg

The Office of the Provost extends an invitation to a workshop focusing on several areas of importance to the university from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Nov. 21 at the K-State Student Union. Attendees are welcome to stay for the entire workshop or only the topics which interest them most.

The sessions will be of particular interest to administrators in student life, deans, department heads, business officers, marketing managers and anyone involved with enrollment management.

The workshop will be presented by EAB, previously the Education Advisory Board, and will provide peer-tested research and information that addresses higher education's most pressing issues.

Read a copy of the workshop's PDF schedule.

EAB's stated mission is to help today's 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 in higher education. It provides industry best-practice research and resources on a number of topics to 1,100 college and universities across the globe.

Through custom research briefs, webinars, on-site presentations and advanced analytical tools, EAB provides personalized solutions, which assist Kansas State University 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.

The workshop will be presented by EAB experts David Attis, managing director of strategic research, and John Tannous, associate director of research delivery.

Due to space limitations, you are encouraged to register now.