A higher ed tech series
In this series of executive interviews led by Ellucian's Chief Marketing Officer and Senior Vice President Jackie Yeaney, you'll find out more about how we think about our work, how our customers' experiences shape our views, and the strategic approaches we're taking now.
The future of higher ed tech
As the pace of technological change keeps accelerating, what do institutions need to know about emerging higher ed tech trends and advancements? How are Ellucian solutions geared toward the future, and how can they help students and institutions thrive?
Join Jackie Yeaney, Chief Marketing Officer at Ellucian, and Atish Ghosh, Ellucian’s Senior Vice President of Global Research and Development, as they discuss agile software development, continuous innovation, and the next big things in higher ed technology—including artificial intelligence and how it can impact learning.
Data security in higher education
Cyber threats keep higher ed leader awake at night, whether or not they work in IT. And no wonder—the personal and institutional costs can be staggering. So how can you best protect your institution’s data?
Join Jackie Yeaney, Chief Marketing Officer at Ellucian, and Lee Congdon, Ellucian’s Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, as they discuss the challenges that colleges and universities face today regarding data privacy and cybersecurity.
An empowered institution: navigating today’s expectations
Join Jackie Yeaney, Chief Marketing Officer, in our “Powering Achievement” interview series. Here she interviews Ellucian’s Chief Product Officer Namita Dhallan and examines the role that technology plays in the demanding environment that institutions now compete in. They explore what it means to strive towards being an empowered institution—and shares the first steps on how to get there.
Unlocking actionable insights by unifying data across the institution
Join Jackie Yeaney, Chief Marketing Officer, as she interviews James Willey, Ellucian’s Senior Vice President of Product Management, and they explore the challenges institutions face when grappling with their data—and what institutions can gain from pulling it all together in integrated, understandable ways.