Creating and sustaining high-demand, revenue-generating (131) programs

Members of the CALS community are invited to participate in the upcoming EI Brown Bag events.

EI Brown Bag: Creating and Sustaining High-Demand, Revenue-Generating (131) Programs
Tuesday, Feb. 5, from noon-1:15pm in Union South –
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Learn how to identify, create and sustain successful, high-demand programs (certificates, degrees, and non-credit pathways) for new student audiences at UW–Madison. Growth of high-demand programs designed for non-traditional audiences allows you to:

  • diversify your department’s academic program portfolio
  • attract and serve new audiences of students
  • strengthen Wisconsin’s workforce in a knowledge economy
  • experiment with online teaching and learning
  • build relationships with employers and industry
  • diversify revenue streams

The session will highlight critical issues, processes, policies and new resources, featuring Marty Gustafson, assistant dean for academic affairs – AYC, Division of Continuing Studies.

Save the Date – Final Spring 2019 Brown Bag

  • Tuesday, March 5, from noon-1:15pm in Union South – Topic TBD

The EI Brown Bag Series provides faculty and staff with opportunities to learn about educational innovations in teaching and learning, build connections with colleagues, and share best practices and campus resources.