I have an alert set on my computer. Every day around 11am, I receive an email that aggregates news that mentions the word "fraternity." Every so often I'll learn about a chapter that raised money for a philanthropy event, but more often than not the headlines address similar themes: sexual assault, hazing, racism, suspension, lawsuits, student deaths. Unfortunately, the list goes on.
Most institutions of higher education are already aware of the importance of data. From the early stages of deciding which students to admit into our programs, to assessing their performance along the way, data is an integral piece of the college experience. As students continue to engage with technology, opportunities for data collection and utilization will increase, posing both opportunities and challenges for those working in collegiate well-being.
Washington, D.C. – (May 1, 2018) Today, leading education technology innovator, EVERFI Inc. announced the hiring of veteran higher education executive Craig Chanoff to lead the company as President of Higher Education. Craig joins EVERFI after over two decades of executive leadership experience in higher education.
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Washington, DC – (April 17, 2018) Today, leading education technology company EVERFI, Inc. shared original research published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Interpersonal Violence on the positive impact of its online sexual assault prevention course for incoming college students. The study was unveiled at a Sexual Assault Symposium in Denver, Colorado,
EVERFI’s Holly Rider-Milkovich, Director of Prevention Education will be doing the keynote session titled: “Campus Climate Surveys: Why Use Them, What’s Out There, and How They can be Helpful to Prevention SV/IPV” at the Fall Campus Consortium Meeting.