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Driving student success with experience design

June 16, 2021 / 2PM BST / 3PM CEST

Welcome to the Qualtrics Experience Symposium, dedicated to education leaders. For Higher Education leaders, you'll learn how focusing on student experience has helped improve student access and success.

Join us for a keynote from Hamilton's Christopher Jackson and Nataly Kogan, creator of the Happier Method™. They will be followed by discussions with Jeff Selingo, Purdue University, and Odessa College about how student success begins with understanding the student experience.


    2:00 PM: Improving the school experience for children with special needs
    Christopher Jackson, Songwriter, Composer and Actor

    2:25 PM: Living your university's brand
    R. Ethan Braden, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Purdue University

    2:40 PM: Improving student retention and completion
    Dr. Gregory Williams Ed.D, Odessa College President

    2:55 PM: Science and skills to help you thrive during disruption
    Nataly Kogan, Author, CEO of Happier, and creator of the Happier Method™

    3:20 PM: Building a school culture of action
    Dr. Robert Carlisle, Director of Research and Evaluation at Mesa Public Schools

    3:35 PM: Closing the gap on unfinished learning
    Dr. Frank Barnes, Chief of Equity and Accountability Officer at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

    3:50 PM: How faculty engagement shapes student success
    Jeff Selingo, New York Times best-selling author of Who Gets in and Why: A year Inside College Admissions and College (Un)Bound

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