In The News
November 27, 2017 // Education Dive
After months of planning and research, we have revamped the awards and have identified a list of finalists in seven categories: President of the Year, Institution of the Year, Innovation of the Year, Disruption of the Year, Obsession of the Year, Best Investment of the Year and Missed Opportunity of the Year.
November 15, 2017 // EDTECH WITH ERIC
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November 15, 2017 // NASFAA
Collecting and analyzing data on students can allow schools to intervene when they appear to be struggling, a panel of higher education experts said during an event in Washington, DC, Tuesday. The event, hosted by Third Way, was the second part of three-part series of discussions called “Using Data To Get To And Through College.”
November 14, 2017 // EdSurge
Could the data lead colleges to rethink how they operate to serve students? Those were key points that emerged during an online panel discussion EdSurge hosted on the promises and perils of AI in education.
November 8, 2017 // EdSurge
EdSurge invited a panel of experts to discuss their vision of the promises and perils of AI in education in the first installment of our new series. The first segment included two guests with different perspectives: Candace Thille, an assistant professor of education at Stanford Graduate School of Education, and Mark Milliron, co-founder and chief learning officer at Civitas Learning.
October 27, 2017 // Third Way
With issues of higher education in the news every day, it’s tough to keep track of everything that’s happening. We often find ourselves turning to Twitter for instant news and some much-needed pulse checking. That’s why we’ve taken a page out of Mike Petrilli’s K-12 playbook and created a list of folks that are making waves in the federal higher education dialogue on social media.
October 27, 2017 // The Cowl
Enrollment Services is trying to make student’s lives easier through three different objectives; DWC pre-registration, automated waitlists for business majors, and a revamped class selection. This new system is a complete renovation of the old system, and it allows students to plan out their entire schedule with ease.
October 26, 2017 // The Cowl
To take stress off for students with the registration process, enrollment services has started a new initiative – the schedule planner. This new system is a complete renovation of the old system, and it allows students to plan out their entire schedule with ease.
October 26, 2017 // Austin Business Journal
CEO Charles Thornburgh founded the company in 2011 to help more students graduate college. To prove its methods work, Civitas Learning shows schools how the data influences graduation rates. Thornburgh talks to ABJ about the challenges of running such a fast-growing enterprise.