Collaborative Communications has the privilege of supporting the work of organizations and universities working to increase the diversity of the college-going population.
By Maura Keaney
Recent reports predict that the number of students going to college may fall by more than 15% after the year 2025. Colleges and universities know that increasing the rate of graduates rests on diversifying their students and faculty. The strength of our workforce and health of our local economies also depends on this critical work.
Here’s what we’re reading, seeing, and promoting in the media on this topic:
- How to diversify students in science and technology.
- Are you serious about diversifying your faculty and staff?
- Curing Programmitis to create diverse student success.
- Report: Diversifying teacher workforce, linking preservice to later performance among ‘high-priority issues’
Our team’s knowledge of higher education policy and related trends guides our successful communications and social media strategy planning, message development, and outreach efforts for colleges and universities.
We’d love to work with you to support your efforts to grow and diversify your institutions.
Want to learn more from Maura? Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Collaborative Communications is a full-service communications firm that helps colleges and universities (and those who support them) present research findings to a broad range of audiences, promote thought leadership, and share important ideas that can change policy and improve practice in all disciplines.
About the Author
As Vice President at the Collaborative Communications, Maura Keaney manages media and communication strategies that effectively navigate political and policy considerations.