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[Special Report] Higher Education Market Leadership Report

[Special Report] Higher Education Market Leadership Report

We are proud to launch our second annual Higher Education Market Leadership Report: a consolidated resource for higher education administrators to reflect on the top trending research of 2014, plan ahead for 2015, and explore how peers have implemented high-impact … Continued

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Hanover’s Tuition Research Adds Context to Higher Ed Market Shifts

Hanover's Tuition Research Adds Context to Higher Ed Market Shifts

As the higher education market experiences significant shifts, colleges nationwide are looking to research when rethinking their approach to tuition and aid models. Lancaster Online published an article today discussing how Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania is doing just that by … Continued

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Hanover’s 2014 Research Themes in Higher Education

Hanover's 2014 Research Themes in Higher Education

Hanover Research (Hanover) partners with a diverse, global collection of higher education institutions that span 45 states and the District of Columbia and six countries internationally. In 2014, Hanover completed nearly a thousand research requests on behalf of these partners, … Continued

Hanover’s “Helping Faculty Differentiate Between the Good and the Fundable” Article on Cover of National Council of University Research Administrators’ (NCURA) magazine

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Grants Consultants Michael Preuss and Susan Perri’s article, Helping Faculty Differentiate Between the Good and the Fundable, was featured on the cover in the December issue of the National Council of University Research Administrators’ (NCURA) magazine. This article serves as … Continued

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3 Trends in Higher Education Faculty Development

3 Trends in Higher Education Faculty Development

In our higher education monthly newsletter back in July, we fielded a survey asking readers what topics they wanted to learn more about. This month’s snapshot into the current state of faculty affairs was a suggestion courtesy of a Provost/VP … Continued

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Higher Education’s Enrollment Bubble: A Trends Analysis

Higher Education’s Enrollment Bubble: A Trends Analysis

If higher education is a bubble, when will it burst? The sudden decline in overall student enrollment in 2012 posed serious problems for certain institutions with regard to short‐term revenues and long‐term viability. Some missed enrollment targets by huge margins, … Continued

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Predicting Institutional Growth: Data for Decision-Making

Predicting Institutional Growth: Data for Decision-Making

The “data scientist” is a rapidly appearing key player in higher education institutions, and predictive analytics programs are proliferating across the country. Though predictive analytics has been used in a variety of industries in recent years, its use in higher … Continued

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Global Graduates: Trends in International Expansion in Higher Education

Global Graduates: Trends in International Expansion in Higher Education

Higher  education  institutions  across  the  globe  are  increasingly  looking  to  expand  their international presence, typically by forming partnerships with institutions in other countries, increasing their efforts to recruit international students, or send their students abroad. The Institute of International Education emphasizes … Continued

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Tackling Tuition: Research-Driven Solutions

Tackling Tuition: Research-Driven Solutions

As tuition prices at higher education institutions across the country continue to rise, the stories we encounter about the crippling impact of student debt are also increasing. Articles that highlight the impact of college debt on families, the high numbers … Continued

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