April 5, 2019 by Remie Verougstraete
We’re excited to host two presentations at next week’s ASU + GSV summit (April 8-10)! If you’re attending, we’d love to connect. Come to one of our sessions and say hello, or email Rob Sentz to set up a time to chat. We’d love to learn more about who you are, what you do, and how our data can help further your mission.
Hear the latest findings detailing the experiences that shape students’ perceptions of postsecondary education, how well they believe it prepares them for work, and what they do with their degrees once they enter the labor market. Findings are from two data sets: Strada’s Consumer Insights with Gallup and Emsi’s resume and social profile analysis, a data set comprised of over 100 million Americans to better understand what people do after they graduate.
Speakers: Rob Sentz, chief innovation officer, Emsi and Ben Wildavsky, senior vice president, national engagement, Strada Education Network and Dave Clayton, senior vice president, consumer insights, Strada Education Network
People are questioning the value of higher education like never before. Students, parents, businesses, and politicians need confidence that your programs prepare students for good careers. At the same time, higher education is about more than job preparation. It’s about developing well-rounded people, not just skilled employees. But can you do both? Yes, you can. In this talk you will learn about how colleges and universities are using data to keep themselves valuable and relevant in a fast paced economy.
Speakers: Rob Sentz, chief innovation officer, Emsi, and John Gabrieli, innovation analyst, Southern New Hampshire University
You’re also invited to join these exciting sessions led by leaders from the Strada Education Network and our fellow Strada affiliates. Download the full schedule and please join us for these important conversations.
Emsi is a labor market analytics firm that began nearly 20 years ago in order to help colleges and universities achieve the following:
We love what we do, and would love an opportunity to help you if you’d like to explore labor market data and its many applications.