You asked for an encore last episode and we are delivering! Join us for Episode 6 of Dr. Murrell's Suitable Innovator Series as she explores alumni engagement and development strategies. Her featured guests include Chris Meaner (back by popular demand), the Director of the Career Center at the University of Pittsburgh's College of Business, and Amy McCloskey, Director of Alumni Relations for Pitt Business.
The structures and systems in place to engage students throughout their time on campus is a critical factor in their likelihood of engaging and donating back to the school as a alumni. Especially as students matriculate into the workforce and thrive in their careers. Where do you start though? How can schools implement practical identification and development strategies for alumni? Where does technology play a role?
All this and more on November 17th to be part of this ongoing dialogue. We'll provide a platform for your feedback along with a roundtable discussion on important topics such as re-envisioning student engagement, competency-based models, addressing disparities within student engagement, how data can impact or obstruct student engagement outcomes and other topics. We look forward to your input, ideas, and contributions.
Wednesday, November 17 11:30AM-12:15PM
By Dr. Murrell, Chris Meaner, and Amy McCloskey
Wednesday, November 17 12:15PM-12:30PM
Join us after the presentation for an open discussion and live Q&A with Audrey, Chris, and Amy.
Professor, Author, Researcher
Director of Career Development
Director of Alumni Relations for Pitt Business