Get lessons learned and practical strategies for developing a SEM culture on your campus.
Learn how York University has successfully created a culture of data-informed Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) on their campus through careful planning, meaningful partnerships, and ongoing dialogue with the campus community. Throughout this online training, we will explore how you can build off of the lessons learned at York University to engage your own campus stakeholders and meaningfully advance the conversation around SEM. Specifically, we will focus on how you can:
Teams or individual representatives from Enrollment Management, Student Affairs, and Institutional Research will be able to use the processes and strategies presented in this webcast as a jumping off point to catalyze a stronger culture of SEM on their own campuses.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to move towards a more collaborative SEM culture on your own campus.
Foundations for a Culture of SEMThis section will detail tools and processes that you can use to get the conversation going on campus and arrive at an initial SEM framework.
Creating an Ongoing Culture of SEM on CampusThis section will elaborate on the specific committees, departmental teams, and consensus building and decision-making structures that can be used to bring your SEM framework to life.
Michelle Miller’s passion for supporting student success and for creating colourful, individualistic artistic pieces come together in perfect harmony. Her approach to both includes exploring new ways to communicate, collaborate and combine ideas – and the outcomes are dynamic and bold.
As York University’s Strategic Enrolment Management lead, Michelle Miller is responsible for directing pan-University, transformative change guided by innovation and her dedication to student success. Michelle has successfully implemented high levels of organizational improvement through collaboration, sharing best practices and guiding data informed decision making. She has presented nationally at numerous conferences to share York's approach to using Strategic Enrolment Intelligence to impact the student experience.
In her current role, Michelle spearheads projects that support the Division's 5-year strategic plan such as strategic enrolment management and the first-year experience with an intentional focus on providing student-centric and evidenced-based services to students. As an influencer and change agent, Michelle has worked in partnership with the Office of Institutional Planning & Analysis to connect enrolment and resource planning with institutional and Faculty-specific strategies.
Beginning her journey as a true "Yorkie" almost 20 years ago, Michelle has had the opportunity to work in a variety of student service areas in both administration and Faculties. Her roles have focused on effectively managing finances, human resources and sustainable change to positively impact the lives of students.
During this webinar, Michelle is looking forward to sharing York’s vision for creating a culture of collaborative and data-informed SEM on campus. Her depth of knowledge and enthusiasm for SEM is inspirational.
Michelle Miller works in the Office of Vice-Provost Students at York University. Located in Toronto, York is the third largest university in Canada, with a strong community of 53,000 students, 7,000 faculty and administrative staff, and more than 295,000 alumni. York U's fully bilingual Glendon campus is home to Southern Ontario's Centre of Excellence for French Language and Bilingual Postsecondary Education.
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