Supporting Equitable Postsecondary Value Through Integrated Academic Operations
Thursday, October 13, 2022
Webinar at 2 p.m. ET
In the post-COVID era, colleges and universities looking to meet the evolving demands of students must examine the administrative processes that facilitate education delivery to students, known as academic operations. Integrating these often-siloed processes allows your institution to sustainably operate and support on-time completions for students. Join us for an informational overview of why integrated academic operations strategy is key to success.
- Define academic operations and understand how academic operations traditionally have been managed
- Examine empirical research on how inefficient academic operations negatively impact student success, financial stability, and operational excellence
- Learn about the importance of integrating academic operations to help guide better decision-making
- Understand how AASCU institution Northern Arizona University is approaching this issue head on and what this means for its students, staff, and the institution as a whole
Vice Provost for Academic Operations
Northern Arizona University
John Georgas is the vice provost for academic operations at Northern Arizona University. He earned a Ph.D. and two master’s degrees from the University of California, Irvine. He also holds a B.S. in computer science from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Director of Partnerships
Zach Drollinger is a director of partnerships at Coursedog Inc., where he has spent the last three years helping institutions understand the benefits of modernizing academic operations. Prior to joining Coursedog, he worked in analytics, infrastructure, and platform consulting across various roles. He holds bachelor’s degrees in psychology and communications from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Who Should Attend
- Chief Information Officers (CIOs)
- Academic Affairs Professionals
- Institutional Research Professionals