Sept. 1 at 11:00 a.m. PT / 2:00 p.m. ET

Enrollment Leaders Share Tips for Maintaining Operational Continuity

While none of us is certain what will happen in the coming months, we can’t sit and wait for the fall to come. In this session, GME enrollment leaders will share the insights and practices that are helping them get back to work and prepare for a successful 2020-2021 cycle. From returning the office safely, to adapting admissions practices to meet evolving public health guidelines, Texas A&M University’s Shannon Deer, Ph.D., and Kansas University’s Dee Steinle will discuss how they plan to maintain business continuity this fall. Attendees will also learn how a community approach to applications has helped them weather the challenges of the past year, and come out ahead of their enrollment goals.

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About Shannon Deer, Ph.D.

Before becoming the Assistant Dean of Graduate Programs at the Mays School of Business, Dr. Deer served as the director of the full-time MBA program, the assistant department head and an instructor in the department of Accounting. Dr. Deer returned to Texas A&M to teach after working in public accounting with large SEC filers as well as large private exploration and production companies. Dr. Deer has maintained a connection with practice through outside consulting and teaching executive development.

About Dee Steinle

Dee has been at the University of Kansas for six years, four of those with the School of Business. Before coming to KU, she had two years experience in Academic Affairs at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and more than two years of marketing and management experience in Wichita. In addition to her duties with the masters program, Dee is the instructor of Career Planning and Job Search Strategies.

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