This paper, like many being written these days, deals with the “problem” of student retention in higher education. But unlike most, this paper focuses not on the problem of retention per se but rather on how institutional leaders think about student retention, completion, and success–how the way they frame their concerns about retention can give rise to a different sort of proble...
Writer Brooks to address @UofNH grads May 18 at Wildcat Stadium; Kraft Group exec Glaser to address @UNHLaw grads May 18 at Concord's White Park; healthcare leader Lavoie to address @UNHManchester grads May 16 at DoubleTree by Hilton in Manchester #commencements
Congratulations to all, including the New England leaders on the list - Lisa Lynch, provost @BrandeisU, Ella Bell Smith, business professor @dartmouth & former New Englander, Lynn Pasqueralla, president @aacu and former president @mtholyoke
Thank you @GovPhilScott for meeting with @NEBHE and our delegates, Michael Wool and @UVMvermont President Tom Sullivan! We look forward to future collaboration to help increase #education opportunities and crucial #workforce preparation for #Vermont residents.