What Can the CEO of a $1.6-Billion Enrollment-Services Giant Tell Us About the Student Life Cycle?
January 7, 2018 | The Chronicle of Higher Education
"David L. Felsenthal will admit it: He’s a "research dork." He’s also chief executive officer of EAB, one of the biggest engines in the enrollment-services field.
Formerly known as the Education Advisory Board, the Washington-based company consults with about 1,000 colleges. EAB claims to support a quarter of all U.S. college students with its predictive-analytics system, which helps institutions identify which of their students are at risk of failing and connect them with campus resources. The company also mines its vast trove of student data to help colleges recruit and enroll hordes of tuition-payers each year." (Login Required to view article)