Watermark is pleased to support the 2020 Inside Higher Ed Survey of College and University Chief Academic Officers, conducted by Gallup and answered by 597 provosts or chief academic officers, and released in conjunction with the Association of American Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. This year’s survey includes compelling sentiments on recruiting and retaining faculty, criteria around program review, the effectiveness of providing quality undergraduate education, as well as policies to thwart sexual harassment. The survey results find provosts and chief academic officers expressing more confidence on some issues, even as significant worries remain. Watermark welcomes the opportunity to support research and initiatives that shed light on key issues in higher education.
The Minority Male Success Initiative was developed to increase progression and completion rates and strengt...
In this report, The Chronicle of Higher Ed analyzes results of our 2023 survey of 415 higher ed accreditation administrators. See what they say are the biggest issues facing accreditors right now.
Inside Higher Ed worked with Hanover research to survey more than 400 professionals in the provost/chief academic officer role. See how they view the current challenges facing U.S. higher education.
Read key takeaways from a virtual forum presented by The Chronicle of Higher Education which summarizes expert input on opportunities for institution-wide transformation.
Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Watermark partnered with McDowell Tech to tackle the challenge of lost data along the prospect-to-enrollee journey. Learn more about our solution.
Campuses are turning to technology solutions to provide more effective planning and advising services. Download this eBook to learn how to successfully implement software at your institution.
Discover the positive impact results of ten North Carolina Community Colleges that participated in a study of technology-enabled success coaching funded by the First-in-the-World Program.
This brief provides final evaluation results from the Carolina Works initiative, which aimed to improve retention and completion outcomes for students at 10 North Carolina community colleges.
This brief explores the benefits of success coaching through the eyes of students across ten North Carolina community colleges who were assigned to a coach as part of the Carolina Works initiative.
The Minority Male Success Initiative was developed to increase progression and completion rates and strengthen outcomes. Review the impact results through Spring 2020.
Review preliminary impact results from the MMSI study, which demonstrates that success coaching, predictive analytics, and automated early alerts can help close the equity gap in higher education.
Learn how predictive analytics can help success coaches use their time wisely, focus on getting to know their students, and focus on those who need assistance.
The Minority Male Success Initiative was developed to increase progression and completion rates and strengthen outcomes. Review the impact results through Spring 2022.
This 2019 survey includes compelling (and at times confounding) data around sentiments on campus race relations, strings-attached donations, skepticism of higher education, and financial stability.
Institutions that suffer from a lack of data or struggle to establish a culture of data-informed decision making face a volume of data that’s difficult to connect. Learn more in this report.