Gen Z is the most digitally connected, yet also the loneliest, of all generations. Fostering meaningful, high-quality peer engagement among incoming Gen Z students positively influences their commitment to your institution.
Watch this webinar and we’ll show you how a peer-to-peer engagement strategy can reduce melt and increase yield. You'll learn how to:
- Meaningfully connect today’s incoming students with each other to increase their connection and commitment to your institution
- Build community and sense of belonging by fostering 1:1 student interaction based on shared interests, majors, and life stage - to serve all students, including introverts
- Implement new and innovative technologies that have proven success without placing new burdens on your staff
- Positively impact your Fall 2019 class with an easy to implement solution
About the presenters
Sarah Keating, Associate Vice President, Ruffalo Noel Levitz
Sarah Keating offers more than 20 years of experience as an enrollment manager. Her areas of expertise include strategic enrollment planning, marketing and communications, web management, and international student recruitment. Ms. Keating previously served as vice president for enrollment and marketing at Keystone College (PA).
Dustin Manocha, Founder & CEO, Nearpeer, Inc.
Dustin Manocha founded Nearpeer to reduce college student isolation - all to improve retention and completion. Previously, Dustin served on the executive team at Civitas Learning, as Vice President-Strategic Initiatives responsible for Civitas' student strategy. At Civitas, Dustin was also General Manager of College Scheduler, which was Civitas’ largest acquisition at the time. Before joining Civitas, Dustin was Vice President and Global Leader at Bazaarvoice, Inc., a SaaS social commerce company that was taken public in 2012.
Christopher Quinn, Chief Operating Officer, Nearpeer, Inc.
Christopher Quinn is committed to driving innovation that helps students succeed. Prior to Nearpeer, Christopher was responsible for 15 college campuses at Purdue University - Global, as well as Purdue Global’s international online programs. Christopher’s expertise spans on-ground, online, blended, hybrid, and competency-based delivery; student-focused enrollment management practices; applied learning science and education technology; and international education.