Program Design Series
Campuses are filled with events put on by students, staff, faculty, and even community members. On any given day, the campus calendar showcases opportunities to attend conferences, speakers, cultural awareness events, campaigns, concerts, and expos without having to leave the campus boundaries, and these events draw in audiences from around the community. But, event planning is not just a haphazard process. It takes intention, precision, and great follow-through to ensure that events are successful. Whether that is in the design, marketing, or execution, being able to effectively design and plan programs is a critical function of higher education.
5 Steps to Designing Programs with Purpose
This eBook walks you through the five steps of planning programs using a Backward Design process to identify the...
Executing a Successful Event: Resource Cards and Checklist
Feeling overwhelmed by the event planning process? Download and print the resource cards and checklist included in...
Best Practices to Executing a Successful Event, Every Time
In this eBook, we will explore what happens after a program or event is designed to ensure it is executed...
Creating a Social Media Presence
Did you see that Snap? Catch that meme on Twitter? Read that crazy post on Facebook? Social media is truly changing...
Risk Management in Student Affairs
When designing and planning programs and events, the fun aspects are researching engaging speakers, popular artists,...
Planning Events from A - Z
Student learning, leadership development, and campus and community involvement are all enhanced when student...
Planning Events with the End in Mind: Setting the Purpose and Outcomes
Let's face it... when things get busy, our best laid plans sometimes go out the window. As we juggle multiple events...
A Collaborative Approach to Program Design
What are the key benefits of collaboration? What types of partnerships do you determine to establish or continue? How...
High-Stakes Planning: Connecting Communities
High-Stakes programing often extends beyond the perimeter of an institution. How does a campus provide an engaging...
Strategies for making your programs the #trending topic on campus
A flyer here, poster there, and perhaps a tweet or two. Does this sound like your current marketing plan? During this...
Print, Digital, and Social Media Marketing: Going beyond email
As Higher Education Professionals intentionality should be a foundational part of everything that we do, including...
Lessons from the Experts: Best Practices in Program Design
Throughout the Program Design Series our presenters have provided numerous resources and best practices about the...