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As universities strive to meet student needs, what can be changed or implemented in their graduate programs to better address demand from the job market?

Several graduate programs throughout the country have reduced the number of admissions in recent years. In an economic environment where reduced university budgets coincide with shifts in desired skills in the workplace, campuses are working to find opportunities to improve their graduate offerings for long-term sustainability.

In the upcoming Virtual Forum, Ian Wilhelm, deputy managing editor, will host a panel of national experts to share how educational offerings for online and hybrid programs can align with the job market.

Join Building Successful Graduate Programs on March 13 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. ET to learn more.


Ian Wilhelm

Deputy Managing Editor
The Chronicle of Higher Education


Chris Montagnino

Vice President
Champlain College Online


Suzanne Ortega

Council of Graduate Schools


Jennifer Roberts

Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Graduate Studies
University of Kansas



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